3D Printing Applications

Take your 3D CAD designs from on-screen to in-hand with realistic 3D models. Test form, fit and function. Print assembly tools on the fly or manufacture small quantities of production parts. It’s all possible with Stratasys 3D Printers.

3D Printing in Industries

Consumer-product designers, automotive manufacturing engineers, dental labs and countless other professionals use Stratasys 3D Printers. Our technology is changing and accelerating design and manufacturing worldwide.

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Injection Molding Prototypes

Injection molders: Low-volume production is fast and affordable when you 3D print molds in-house.

Gain certainty and agility by testing parts in production materials with your normal process.

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Latest News

Apr. 13

New High-Volume FDM Material Box Increases Unattended Run Time for Fortus 3D Production Systems

Designed for reliable and unattended high-volume use, each Xtend 500 box contains 500 cubic inches of FDM thermoplastic material, delivering more than five times the output of standard canisters.

Apr. 13

New Stratasys Large-scale Objet1000 Plus Brings Enhanced Versatility and Speed to Additive Manufacturing

Objet1000 Plus provides up to 40 percent faster printing speeds and reduced cost-per-part than predecessors.

Mar. 9

New Objet260 Dental Selection 3D Printer Takes Digital Dentistry Realism and Precision to the Next Level

The Objet260 Dental Selection 3D Printer introduces advanced triple-jetting technology to dental labs for superior throughput and model realism.