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.

Striving for the Perfect Ride

Check out the prototyping shop at Trek Bicycles, where designers obsess over the world’s best bikes. Trek relies on the Objet500 Connex3 for ultra-realistic color, multi-material prototypes.

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London Science Museum FDM parts

Museum Visitors Become the Exhibit

The London Science Museum’s exhibit "3D Printing the Future," open now, features 3D printed miniatures of 150 museum goers. A stunning sculpture by MIT professor Neri Oxman will also appear.

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Two halves of a 3D printed injection mold and resulting part

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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Connect With an Expert

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Curious about 3D printing? Wondering which 3D printing solution is right for your needs?

A local expert from our global network of partners is ready to personally welcome you to a 3D printed world.

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Latest News


April 7

New 3D Printing Material Simulates Polypropylene

Endur is a durable and flexible material that is ideal for parts with flexible living hinges or snap fits. Featuring a smooth surface finish, Endur is available in bright white, making it suitable for prototyping household appliances, consumer goods, automotive parts and lab equipment.

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