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End-Use Parts

Embrace rapid manufacturing

As one of the rewards of the 3D printing revolution, direct digital manufacturing (DDM) means production without the tooling. Because Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology uses production-grade thermoplastics, you can 3D print end-use parts straight from 3D CAD data.

DDM also means revenue without inventory. With in-house, on-demand production, inventory becomes a digital file at your fingertips.

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Curvy, ergonomic airline seat is 3D printed, painted and upholstered

Stratasys Production Series 3D Printers build the most durable, stable, repeatable parts in the industry. With accuracy that rivals injection molding and an array of real thermoplastic materials, Stratasys helps manufacturers say yes to more opportunities in low-volume production, customized end-use parts and factory automation.

Designers and manufacturing engineers are free to optimize parts with organic shapes and complex geometries, including hollow interiors and negative draft. Traditional tooling constraints don’t apply in the world of DDM. Now you make the rules.

FDM Builds Accurate, Low-Cost Aircraft Parts

A Fortus build chamber full of rows of accurate altimeter housings

Read how Kelly Manufacturing found 3D printing in ULTEM faster, more accurate and more cost-effective than injection molding for end-use altimeter parts.

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