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The Team at Tasman Machinery are holding an open day and you’re invited.
The open day is a great opportunity to learn how 3D Printers are being used by an ever growing number of companies to improve innovate, bring products to market quicker, and improve processes.
3D Printing has helped a 4-year old girl with a congenital disorder use her arms for the first time. Medical researchers at a Philadelphia Hospital developed the custom-designed robotic exoskeleton called Magic Arms, with a Stratasys Dimension 3D Printer. The apparatus has enabled the young girl to “conquer greatly limited joint mobility and underdeveloped muscles.”
Stratasys has announced it latest product innovation – the Mojo 3D Print Pack. The Mojo 3D Print Pack boasts being the market’s cheapest, professional level, complete 3D printing system. The pack contains not just the printer, but also material and a support removal system.