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Cyclists use 3D Printing to bring high-performance bike parts to life with the Kappius Hub

The Kappius father and son team are in the business of developing high performance bicycle hubs. Their process was a lengthy one until they came across direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), an industrial additive manufacturing technology (3D Printing).

This has enabled them to go from “concept to bike-ready components in about month” said Kappius who has been able to tinker designs on his computer and quickly turn that into tinkering with physical prototypes.



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Extreme Redesign Contest opens to Australian Schools

Stratasys is calling upon high school and university-level studentsExtreme Redesign Contest opens to Australian Schools to once again send in their best innovative and creative redesigns which can be brought to life with a 3D Printer!

The Extreme Redesign contest is split into three categories over the Americas / Asia Pacific regions and Europe.

The three categories are:

– Engineering Challenge

-Art and Architecture

– College Engineering Challenge

Every contestent will receive a official Extreme Redesign T-shirt. The top ten entries for each category will be printed on Stratasys 3D Printer, the prototype will then be sent out to them along with a $50 USD gift card after final judging has taken place.

3D Printers Extreme Redesign ContestFirst place will receive  $2500 USD along with an iPad for the instructor.

Second and third place will receive $1000 USD each.

There is also a bonus prize available of $250 USD.

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