Stratasys es un líder mundial en impresión 3D y su mayor fan

Somos apasionados creyentes en el valor y la potencia de la impresión en 3D y en el cambio que le puede dar al mundo.

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About Stratasys

Stratasys manufactures 3D printing equipment and materials that create physical objects directly from digital data. Its systems range from affordable desktop 3D printers to large, advanced 3D production systems, making 3D printing more accessible than ever.

Manufacturers use Stratasys 3D Printers to create models and prototypes for new product design and testing, and to build finished goods in low volume. Educators use the technology to elevate research and learning in science, engineering, design and art. Hobbyists and entrepreneurs use Stratasys 3D Printing to expand manufacturing into the home — creating gifts, novelties, customized devices and inventions.

All Stratasys 3D Printers build parts layer-by-layer. FDM Technology (Fused Deposition Modeling), known for its reliability and durable parts, extrudes fine lines of molten thermoplastic, which solidify as they are deposited. PolyJet Technology, known for its smooth, detailed surfaces and ability to combine multiple materials in one part, employs an inkjet-style method to build parts from liquid photopolymers in fine droplets immediately cured with ultraviolet light. SCP Technology (Smooth Curvature Printing) produces finely detailed models for lost-wax casting and mold-making.

The Stratasys portfolio of specially engineered 3D printing materials is the most comprehensive in the industry. It includes nearly 150 PolyJet photopolymers and FDM thermoplastics.

MakerBot, a subsidiary of Stratasys since 2013, manufactures the company’s prosumer desktop 3D printers in Brooklyn, New York. It maintains the Thingiverse design-sharing community and facilitates a wide network of user groups.

Stratasys also manufactures SolidScape 3D Printers and operates RedEye On Demand digital manufacturing service.

Through its network of certified resellers, Stratasys delivers responsive, regional support around the globe. The company maintains dual headquarters in Eden Prairie, Minnesota and Rehovot, Israel. Stratasys holds nearly 500 granted or pending additive manufacturing patents worldwide. It is a public company that trades on NASDAQ under the symbol SSYS.

Stratasys Senior Management Team

David Reis

Chief Executive Officer

David Reis served as Chief Executive Officer of Objet from March 2009 until his appointment to CEO of Stratasys Ltd. in December 2012. Prior to his appointment as Objet CEO he served as a director of Objet's board since 2003. Previously, he has served as Chief Executive Officer and President of NUR Macroprinters, Ltd., or NUR, a wide format printer manufacturer that was acquired by HP, from February 2006 to March 2008. Prior to joining NUR, Mr. Reis served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of ImageID, an automatic identification and data capture solution provider, and of Scitex Vision, a developer and manufacturer of wide-format printers.

Mr. Reis holds a B.A. in Economics and Management from the Technion/Israel Institute of Technology and an M.B.A. from the University of Denver.

Erez Simha

Chief Operations Officer and Chief Financial Officer

Erez Simha has served as Chief Operations Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Objet since November 2011, and he serves as CFO and COO for Stratasys Ltd. Previously he has held the position of Corporate Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Orbotech Ltd.,(NASDAQ _ ORBK) a developer of automated optical inspection systems and imaging solutions, from July 2009 to March 2011, prior to which he had served in several other management capacities at Orbotech and its affiliates, including as Corporate Vice President for Finance from September 2008 to June 2009, Vice President of Finance and Operations at Orbotech Pacific Ltd. from April 2007 to August 2008 and Vice President of Finance, Operations and Customer Support at Orbotech S.A. from May 2004 to March 2007. Prior to joining Orbotech, Mr. Simha served as Chief Financial Officer of Wiseband Communications Ltd., a developer of digital multi-carrier power amplifiers for the wireless communications industry, from 2000 to 2004; as the general manager of a private company engaged in the import and distribution of professional and technical equipment for the building and metal industries from 1994 to 2000; and as a controller of Mishkan-Hapoalim Mortgage Bank, from 1990 to 1994.

Mr. Simha is a certified public accountant and holds a B.A. in economics and accounting and an M.B.A. from Tel Aviv University.

Dan Yalon

Executive Vice President, Strategy, Marketing and Business Development

Dan Yalon is the Executive Vice President, Strategy, Marketing and Business Development. In this role, Dan is responsible for strategy planning, mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances, marketing and all corporate business development, as well as Stratasys
thought-leadership programs. He was appointed executive vice president of strategic marketing and business development at Stratasys (then Objet) in June 2012.

Previously, Yalon was chief strategy officer at NICE Systems and head of strategy and new business initiatives at Amdocs.

Yalon is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s executive education program-advanced management program and holds a dual bachelor’s degree in business and law from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

Lawrence M. Doerr

Executive Vice-President, North America

As EVP, North America, Larry Doerr is responsible for all North American operations, including R&D, manufacturing facilities, operations, HR, global quality, post-merger integration, SSI, and RedEye Digital Manufacturing Services. Larry Doerr came to Stratasys in 2007 with 24 years of operations and engineering experience, including positions as Vice President of Manufacturing Operations at Minnesota Diversified Industries, Vice President of Operations at Nilfisk-Advance, and Director of Global Supply Chain Management at Rosemount Engineering where he led supplier/vendor relationships in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Mexico. Doerr also has worked as Design and Reliability Engineer at Northrop Corporation, Sr. Mechanical Design Engineer at Honeywell, and Director of Manufacturing at Detector Electronics.

He holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Minnesota and an M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas.

Gilad Gans

President, North American Operations

Gilad Gans is President, North America Operations. He has served as Executive Vice President, Global Field Operations for Stratasys Ltd from 2012 to 2014. Prior to this he served as Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Business Development for Objet from 2009. Prior to this Mr. Gans has held various senior management positions at SAP. Most recently Gans was SAP Israel Managing Director, and Vice President, Head of Public Services Industries, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Prior to SAP, Gans has held a number of general management, business development and strategy positions in top holding and consumer goods companies.

Gans holds a B.Sc. in Computer Sciences and Economics and is a certified lawyer, with a Bachelor of Law (LL.B), all from Tel Aviv University. He also holds a Master degree (M.A.) in Economics (Cum Laude) from the Hebrew University and has attended the Regional Management Development Program (RMDP), INSEAD, France.

Andy Middleton

General Manager, Europe, Middle East and Africa

Andy Middleton is the General Manager for Stratasys EMEA since the merger of Stratasys and Objet. Previously, Andy has been managing the European market for Objet since 2008. Previously, Middleton served as managing director in Europe for Nur Macroprinters and as managing director Germany/channel sales worldwide and vice president of sales in Europe for Indigo and HP. Earlier, Andy was responsible for product management and channel sales EU for Dainippon Screen.

Andy is a qualified photographic technician and holds certifications in mathematics and physics from the Cauldon Technical College, UK.

Jonathan Jaglom

General Manager, Asia Pacific and Japan

Jonathan Jaglom is the General Manager for Stratasys Asia Pacific and Japan since 2013. Jonathan Jaglom joined Stratasys (then Objet) in September 2005 as regional manager in Europe where, among other tasks, he established the partnership infrastructure for Eastern Europe. In 2007, he became marketing director for Europe. Before leading sales operations, Jonathan was business manager for customer support.

Jonathan has a bachelor’s degree in humanities and an executive MBA degree from Kellogg-Recanati Business School of Administration, Tel Aviv University.

Hanoch Magid

Executive Vice President, Post Sales and Materials

Hanoch Magid is the Executive Vice President, Post Sales and Materials. He is responsible for customer support operations and the materials business unit. Prior to this position, Magid served as executive vice president of global customer support for Stratasys, and as vice president of customer support at Objet.

Magid has held managerial, sales and marketing positions at MER Telemanagement Solutions and was the chief operating officer at XCITEL and CELLONET, following several managerial positions at Scitex.

Magid holds master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Ben Gurion University in Israel.

Jonathan L. Cobb

Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs

Jon Cobb is the Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs. Prior to this Cobb served as EVP, Global Marketing between 2013 and 2014. Before this, Cobb was Vice President, Global Marketing from 2010 to 2012.. Cobb has also held the position of Vice President and General Manager for the Dimension 3D printing business unit of Stratasys from 2002 to 2010. Cobb joined the company as Vice President of Marketing in August of 1995. Before joining the company, he served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Westec Security, Inc., and he has held various management-level sales and marketing positions with Lockheed Martin’s Calcomp Division.

Cobb received a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Avi “Jack” Jacoby

Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources and Training

Avi Jacoby (Jack) is the Executive Vice President of Global Human Resources and Training. He plays a lead role in shaping global organizational culture and the continual development of HR processes and infrastructure. Before joining Stratasys, Jack held three executive management positions at Better Place.

He holds a master’s degree in Diplomacy and Security from Tel Aviv University and a bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Town Construction from Technion, where he was honored with the President’s Award of Distinction.

Tal Dilian

Executive Vice President, Global Products and Technology

Tal Dilian is the Executive Vice President, Global Products and Technology. Tal has been a board member for Stratasys since 2010, when he joined the (then Objet) board. He is responsible for the overall product lifecycle, including global R&D and product marketing. Previously, Dilian served as a special advisor to the chairman of Punj Lloyd, and as chief security architect at AGT.

Beginning in 2005, Dilian founded several startup companies, including SolarEdge and Vidyo. In 2000, he cofounded and served as CEO of Atidim, a nonprofit dedicated to educating disadvantaged youth.

Dilian participated in the Interdisciplinary Program for Outstanding Students at Tel-Aviv University, where he earned BA, LLB and MBA degrees.

Gilad Yron

Senior Vice President, Product Management and Product Marketing

Gilad Yron is the Senior Vice President of Product Management and Product Marketing. Gilad joined Stratasys (then Objet) in 2010 and served as managing director of Asia Pacific and Japan. Before joining Stratasys, Yron served as business manager for APJ at HP Scitex, and as customer support manager for Asia Pacific and product manager for international customer support at NUR Macroprinters. He previously worked as an applications engineer at Applied Materials.

Gilad holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from Tel Aviv University.

Igal Zeitun

Senior Vice President, R&D, Israel

Igal Zeitun is the Senior Vice President, R&D Israel for Stratasys Ltd. Previously Igal served as vice president of product marketing since 2010. Igal had a previous role in Objet’s R&D division from 1998 to 2004.

In the interim, he was director of service and support at HP Scitex, and vice president of customer support and R&D program manager at Nur Macroprinters.

Igal holds a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Technion – Israel’s Institute of Technology.

Randy Nichols

Vice President of Operations, North America

Randy is the Vice President of Operations. Randy has served Stratasys since 2008, first as director of supply chain management and, since 2011, as VP of operations. He came to Stratasys with more than 12 years of experience in commercial and industrial equipment, including procurement director for Nilfisk-Advance, procurement engineering manager for Caterpillar, and procurement engineering supervisor for Rosemount Inc., a division of Emerson Electric. Prior to that, he served in the design, manufacturing and process engineering disciplines.

Nichols earned a bachelor’s of science in mechanical engineering from North Dakota State University, and is APICS-certified in production and inventory management.

Bre Pettis

Executive Vice President Stratasys, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, MakerBot

Bre Pettis has led MakerBot as CEO since its beginning in 2009, Prior to co-founding MakerBot, Pettis co-founded the Brooklyn hacker collective NYC Resistor, where MakerBot technology was first created, tested, and proven. He was instrumental in building the first prototypes of MakerBot’s 3D printers, and has become known worldwide as a leading evangelist for personal manufacturing. In 2006, Bre started the popular “Weekend Projects” video podcast for Make: Magazine, where he taught millions of viewers to make things from pinhole cameras to bicycles to hovercrafts. Bre is passionate about providing the tools for individuals and organizations to create the world around them. In 2012, Bre was honored with the Disruptive Innovation Award from the Tribeca Film Festival, for "creating an entire ecosystem for desktop 3D printing." He has been a highly sought-after speaker and interview subject, gracing the cover of numerous magazines (most recently WIRED), and been a guest on The Colbert Report, and many more.

Jennifer Lawton

Senior Vice President Stratasys, President, MakerBot

Jennifer Lawton is the president of MakerBot. She previously held the title of chief strategy officer. Lawton has been with MakerBot since 2011 and has been responsible for the overall strategy and growth of the company, including strategic partnerships, product development, and retail. In 1991, Lawton co-founded Net Daemons Associates (NDA), an information technology consulting firm. In 1999, Net Daemons was acquired by Interliant Inc. (formerly Sage Networks), where Lawton served as a senior vice president. She later worked as an entrepreneur-in-residence with Softbank and Mobius Venture Capital. Lawton has also served as COO for Rockin’ Water and RAM Scientific, and SVP Operations for Mercury Solar Systems, and has been the principle of three successful small businesses. She is currently a board member of the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership.

Stratasys Board of Directors

S. Scott Crump

Chairman of the Board

Scott Crump has served as the Chairman of the Board since Stratasys' inception in 1988. He continues as full-time Chairman and Head of Innovation for Stratasys Ltd. He has also held the position of company CEO and president from 1988 to 2012. He was Chief Financial Officer from February 1990 to May 1997. Crump along with his wife Lisa H. Crump, a co-founder of Stratasys, invented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology.

From 1982 to 1988, Crump was co-founder and Vice President of Sales at IDEA, Inc., which later changed its name to SI Technologies, Inc. Crump continued to be a director and shareholder of the company until its sale to Vishay Intertechnologies, Inc. (NYSE: VSH) in April 2005. Crump is a registered engineer.

Elchanan Jaglom

Director and Chairman of the Executive Committee

Elchanan Jaglom has served as Chairman of Objet’s board of directors from 2001 to 2012, and he will continue on the board of Stratasys Ltd., as well as serve as Chairman of the Executive Committee. Mr. Jaglom is also the Chairman of Diamond Capital Management Ltd., the investment manager of the Diamond Group of investment funds. Jaglom has been involved in private equity and venture capital investment since the early 1980’s, focusing primarily on early-stage technology companies. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Ben Gurion University of the Negev.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and statistics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and an M.B.A. from New York University.

Eyal Desheh


Eyal Desheh has served as Chief Financial Officer of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., a global pharmaceutical and drug company, since July 2008. From 2000 until 2008, he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., a developer of security solutions to protect transactions and communications over the Internet.

Mr. Desheh holds a B.A. in Economics and an M.B.A. in Finance, both from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

Edward J. Fierko


Edward J. Fierko has been a director of Stratasys since 2002. Since May 2003, Fierko has been President of EJF Associates, a consulting firm. From March 2003 to May 2003, Fierko was Vice President of GE Osmonics, Inc., a manufacturer of reverse osmosis water filtration devices. From November 1999 through February 2003, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Osmonics, and from November 1998 to September 1999 he served as Executive Vice President of Osmonics. From September 1987 to August 1998, Fierko was President and CEO of Ecowater International, a holding company with operating companies in the water, waste and special process treatment industry. From August 1980 thru September 1987 Fierko served as Division General Manager of a GE Business serving worldwide power systems management markets. Prior to that, Fierko held senior executive positions at GE over a 23 year career in Finance, Strategy and Business Development, Marketing and Sales involved in worldwide businesses.

In addition to serving on the Stratasys Board, since 2011, Fierko serves as a Director of Seldon Technologies, a startup company utilizing carbon nanotube technology to serve the worldwide fluid filtration market. He also serves as VP of the Water Quality Research Foundation, a nonprofit providing research to the worldwide water treatment markets and is a Trustee of his alma mater, LaSalle University since October 2006.

Victor Leventhal


Victor Leventhal has been a director of Stratasys since 2012. Before retiring in 2007, Vic Leventhal was a Group Executive for Dassault Systems, the parent company of SolidWorks, and was on the Global Management Committee for five years. Previously he spent seven years as the Chief Operating Officer of SolidWorks, growing it from a startup company to $120 million in revenue. Prior to SolidWorks, Leventhal was at CAD Solutions, which he helped grow from a $5 million company to a $32 million company. Prior to CAD Solutions, Mr. Leventhal spent six years as an EVP at ComputerLand, the largest worldwide computer reseller, where he was responsible for franchise development, purchasing, marketing, MIS and vendor relations. Leventhal previously spent 18 years at IBM, where held numerous sales, marketing and financial positions.

Leventhal holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Texas. He has also served in the Coast Guard on both active duty and in the reserves. From 2002 to 2007, Levanthal served as a director to Graphisoft, a leading architectural software company. He also served as a director at SolidWorks from 1995 to 2002 and continues to advise the company as a consultant.

Ilan Levin


Ilan Levin was appointed President and Vice Chairman of the Objet board in February 2011 after serving as a director there since 2000. He has been involved in venture capital and private equity investment activity since 1997, acting as a member of the board of directors and as an advisor for a wide variety of technology-related companies, as well as a director for Vision Sigma, Ltd. and IPC Oil and Gas Holdings, Ltd. From 2003 through 2009 he served as Chief Executive Officer of CellGuide Ltd.

He holds a B.A.Sc. from the University of Toronto and an LL.B. from Tel Aviv University.

John McEleney


John McEleney has been a director of Stratasys since 2007. McEleney has more than 20 years of CAD industry leadership and product development experience. As CEO of SolidWorks from 2001 to June 2007, McEleney achieved record growth, reporting more than a quarter of a billion dollars in revenue in 2006 and more than a half a million users worldwide. Prior to joining SolidWorks, he held several key management positions at CAD software pioneer Computervision and at defense contractor Raytheon.

McEleney holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Rochester, a master’s degree in manufacturing systems from Boston University, and a master’s in business administration and marketing from Northeastern University. He serves on the Board of Directors for SolidWorks Corporation as well as Newforma, a privately held software company in Manchester, NH.

Ziva Patir


Ziva Patir has most recently served as Vice President of Policy, Sustainability and Standards at Better Place, a pioneering electric car network operator which seeks to enable mass market adoption of electric cars through innovative network solutions and services.

Patir has also served 11 years as the Chief Executive Officer of the Standards Institute of Israel, the nation’s official body for the preparation and publication of Israeli standards designed to ensure the quality of locally produced and imported products. For four years, she served as the Vice President of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and was Chairman of the Technical Management Board. Additionally, Patir has served as Chairman of the Board of the Road Safety Authority of Israel, President of the Israeli Quality Society, and President of the Israeli Chapter of the International Women’s Forum (IWF).

Today, she sits on several public and corporate boards in addition to her responsibilities at Stratasys.

Ms. Patir holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in chemistry from Tel Aviv University and a Master of Science degree in polymers from the Weizmann Institute of Science. She is also a Certified Quality Engineer (American Society of Quality).

David Reis


David Reis served as Chief Executive Officer of Objet from March 2009 until his appointment to CEO of Stratasys Ltd. in December 2012. Prior to his appointment as Objet CEO he served as a director of Objet's board since 2003. Previously, he has served as Chief Executive Officer and President of NUR Macroprinters, Ltd., or NUR, a wide format printer manufacturer that was acquired by HP, from February 2006 to March 2008. Prior to joining NUR, Mr. Reis served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of ImageID, an automatic identification and data capture solution provider, and of Scitex Vision, a developer and manufacturer of wide-format printers.

Mr. Reis holds a B.A. in Economics and Management from the Technion/Israel Institute of Technology and an M.B.A. from the University of Denver.

Clifford H. Schwieter


Clifford H. Schwieter has been a director of Stratasys since 1994. In 2002, Schwieter became the President and Chief Executive Officer of Concise Logic, Inc., a software development company focused on semiconductor design tools. From 1994 to 2002, Schwieter was the President and a Managing Director of C.H. Schwieter and Associates, a management and financial consulting firm. From July 1992 to March 1994, he served as President, Chief Executive Officer and a director of Centric Engineering Systems, Inc., a company engaged in the development of mechanical design and analysis software for computing systems ranging from workstations to mainframes and massively parallel networked computing environments. Schwieter was Vice President and General Manager of the Electronic Imaging Systems Division of the DuPont Company from 1986 to 1991. From 1971 to 1986 Schwieter was with the General Electric Company, and he served as Vice President of GE’s Calma Company from 1985 to 1986. He was responsible for that subsidiary’s worldwide business in mechanical design and factory automation. He was also President and Representative Director of GE Industrial Automation, Ltd., a joint venture between GE and C. Itoh & Company located in Tokyo, from 1982 to 1985.