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USA & Canada

Create Unlimited

The additive manufacturing leader

We are empowering people to create without limits for an economical, personalized, and sustainable world. Learn how Stratasys innovations help the world’s leading organizations change lives, gain business agility, and seize competitive advantage with 3D printing.

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We empower people to create without limits for an economical, personalized, and sustainable world.

We envision a world in which ideas become reality through 3D printing technology. The imagination of the human mind is unlimited. The limitations are physical ones that we can overcome. We are freeing engineers, manufacturers, educators, designers, doctors, and other creators from those constraints. Through the potential of additive technologies, impossible human challenges become possible.

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3D printing is helping Eckhart improve the lives of factory-floor workers.

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INFN reduces costs by 90% with agile manufacturing.

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Dynaflex use the J700 for accurate, high-output of clear aligners.

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Children's Hospital Colorado turns to anatomical models to treat congenital heart disease.

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Consumer Products

Kinetic Vision uses 3D printing to sell unique features of AeroFlexx liquid packaging.

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Angel Trains and DB ESG 3D-print spare train parts to reduce lead times by 94%.

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Stratasys has acquired Xaar 3D.

Stratasys has now acquired all outstanding shares of Xaar 3D, the joint venture behind SAF technology and our H Series solutions for production-scale additive manufacturing. The first 3D printer, the H350, is now available.

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Stratasys signs Navy contract.

$20 million contract to purchase up to 25 Stratasys F900™ 3D printers and related materials and services over the next five years is the largest of its kind. Delivery of the first eight is expected before the end of 2021.

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Man holding 3D printed anatomical model

patient care:

Digital Anatomy transforms lives.

Seattle Children’s is turning to Stratasys Digital Anatomy to plan complex pediatric surgical procedures. Synthetic digital twins of an actual patient’s anatomy, including the specific pathology in question, is transformative. Watch how it helped Nia.

Car engine with mounted 3D printed engine connectors


TE Connectivity scales parts production.

P3 PhotoPolymerization technology and Origin One 3D printers let TE Connectivity turn to additive manufacturing to produce new lines of connectors at volumes not possible with injection molding. The new normal in manufacturing means growth. Learn how.

3D printed beverage cup prototypes


On the edge of reality.

Kinetic Vision transformed beverage package design with multicolor, multimaterial PolyJet 3D printing. Learn how they save time, win business, and win over consumers with Stratasys.