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  • Stratasys

    The 3D Printing Solutions Company

  • From Ideas to Protot...

    Explore how Stratasys spans the entire 3D spectrum offering endl...

  • FDM Technology

    FDM can create durable parts in production-grade thermoplastics,...

  • 3D Printing

    Discover how digital files are transformed into real parts in 3D...

  • PolyJet Technology

    Learn how this inkjet-based technology and photopolymer material...

  • Fender: Rocking Design Innovation with Stratasys

    Fender Musical Instruments is changing the way they design products with the use of 3D printing.

  • Stratasys

    The 3D Printing Solutions Company

  • RedDOT 3D Prints in Nylon With FDM

    Commercial vehicle HVAC manufacturer RedDOT 3D prints tough prototypes and parts in-house using FDM Nylon 12 on a Fortus 3D Production System.

  • T32 Dental Centre Maximizes Surgery Success With 3D Printing

    T32 Dental Centre maximizes surgery success with 3D printing using dental models and surgical guides, while reducing production costs.

  • From Ideas to Prototypes to Production

    Explore how Stratasys spans the entire 3D spectrum offering endless possibilities with the power of precision and performance.

  • Triple-Jetting Technology on Objet500 Connex1, Connex2 and Connex3

    Three 3D production systems deliver PolyJet technology to the production environment with triple-jetting efficiencies.

  • Whale Cuts Lead Time by 97% with 3D Printed Injection Molds

    Whale, a Belfast-based company, originally adopted Stratasys 3D printing to accelerate its time to market by building its own prototypes instead of outsourcing them. The company has now turned its attention to the 3D printing injection molds.

  • It IS Brain Surgery! CBMTI Uses 3D Printing to Streamline Surgeries

    The Centre for Biomedical and Technology Integration creates 3D printed prototypes for surgical training, research and learning opportunities.

  • Trek Uses Multi-Material 3D Printing

    The bike-obsessed engineers at Trek use a color, multi-material 3D printer for realistic prototypes.