We had a Q+A session where we interviewed the engineers. One engineer told us that he got a physics degree and ended up in engineering. He said that you don’t need an engineering degree to become an engineer. Colton showed us some of the different 3D printers Stratasys makes and how each one prints differently. Besides FDM printing, which is what we use, Stratasys also uses other technologies such as PolyJet, SAF, and P3. Polyjet allows Stratasys to make colorful prints to create replicas of final models. SAF uses melted-powered polymers to create large volumes of parts with even strength. P3 uses light to cure resin to create fast low tolerance prints. Overall, we enjoyed the experience and we’re glad we returned.