National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Senior VP Rebecca Taylor recently wrote about how FDM Technology mended a heartache. Her beautiful Corvette convertible, otherwise running great, was stranded for lack of one stupidly simple part: the tray that holds the engine computer.
With spring fast approaching, Taylor issued a distress call to the manufacturing community. Here's her account of how Stratasys Application Engineer Noah Zehringer delivered the joy that is a functioning convertible in cherry-blossom season.
It's satisfying when that little puzzle piece falls into place to make something that was broken work again. What's the coolest thing you've ever fixed with 3D printing?