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Stratasys Advanced 3D Printing Technologies

We provide industrial-grade additive 3D printing technologies for the entire production cycle, from design and prototyping to manufacturing and end-use parts. Let us help you match the right technology to your business needs. 

SAF Technology

SAF™ Technology

Allows for cost-effective, high-throughput volume production of consistent, functional end-use parts.

FDM Technology

FDM® Technology

Filament extrusion technology employing a broad range of thermoplastics to make accurate, durable components for prototypes, tooling, and end-use parts.

P3 technology

P3™ DLP Technology

Most consistent, accurate evolution of DLP for injection-molding-like surface quality parts in a broad range of high-performance materials for (high-mix/) low-volume production and industrial-grade functional prototyping.

SLA Technology

SLA Technology

Precise and detailed parts, suitable for concept or functional prototyping and low volume end use part production.

PolyJet Technology

PolyJet™ Technology

Allows for smooth, accurate multi-material parts from prototype to production, offering complex geometries, intricate detail, and full-color combinations, transparencies, and flexibilities in a single model.

SAF Technology

Allows for cost-effective, high-throughput volume production of consistent, functional end-use parts.

FDM Technology

Filament extrusion technology employing a broad range of thermoplastics to make accurate, durable components for prototypes, tooling, and end-use parts.

P3 technology

Most consistent, accurate evolution of DLP for injection-molding-like surface quality parts in a broad range of high-performance materials for (high-mix/) low-volume production and industrial-grade functional prototyping.

SLA Technology

Precise and detailed parts, suitable for concept or functional prototyping and low volume end use part production.

PolyJet Technology

Allows for smooth, accurate multi-material parts from prototype to production, offering complex geometries, intricate detail, and full-color combinations, transparencies, and flexibilities in a single model.

Industrial Polymer Additive Manufacturing Technologies

Stratasys develops, supports and manufactures a comprehensive technology range to produce the parts that you need, in the volumes that you need, when you need them

  • Machines
  • Build Size (X x Y x Z)
  • Materials (Type & form)
  • Applications
  • Machines F3300
    F900
    Fortus 450mc
    F123CR
    F123 Series
    F770
  • Build Size (X x Y x Z) Up to
    914 x 610 x 914 mm
  • Materials (Type & form) Thermoplastic Filament
  • Applications FDM Applications:
    Prototyping, Jigs and
    Fixtures, tooling, Production-End use parts
  • Machines SAF H350
  • Build Size (X x Y x Z) 315 x 208 x 293 mm
  • Materials (Type & form) Thermoplastic Powder
  • Applications SAF Applications:
    Allows for cost-effective, highthroughput volume production
    of consistent, functional enduse parts.
  • Machines J3 DentalJet J5 DentaJet
    J720 Dental, J700 Dental
    J5 MediJet, J850 Digital Anatomy
    J850 TechStyle, Anatomy
    J55 Prime J826 Prime
    J850 Prime, J850 Pro
    J35 Pro,
    J4100
  • Build Size (X x Y x Z) Up to
    490 x 390 x 200 mm
  • Materials (Type & form) Liquid resin
    (photopolymer + ink)
  • Applications PolyJet Applications:
    Visual and Functional
    Prototyping for Design and
    Engineering (functional parts,
    form fit parts, high fidelity
    full color) Production – End
    use parts (Fashion, Dental,
    Accessories, Collectibles)
  • Machines Neo800
    Neo450e
    Neo450s
  • Build Size (X x Y x Z) 800 x 800 x 800mm (Neo800)
    450 x 450 x 450mm (Neo450)
  • Materials (Type & form) Thermoset Resin
  • Applications SLA Applications:
    • General Prototyping
    • Functional Prototyping
    • Wind Tunnel Modelling
    • Investment Casting
    • Composite Tooling
    • Fluid Flow Testing
  • Machines OriginOne
    OriginOneDental
  • Build Size (X x Y x Z) 192 x 108 x 370 mm
  • Materials (Type & form) Thermoset Resin
  • Applications P3/DLP Applications:
    1. Production-grade end-use parts
    for up to medium volume series
    with injection-molding-like quality.
    2. Industrial-Grade functional
    prototyping

Materials

All Materials

With the largest portfolio of polymer 3D printing materials, providing solutions tailored to a large array of applications. Featuring a broad variety of functional and performance properties, our innovative materials enable the creation of new use cases, from prototyping to end-use parts across all industries.  

PolyJet technology 3D printed materials

PolyJet Materials

Flexible to rigid materials for prototypes, parts and visual models in full color with rubber-like, biocompatible and transparent options.

SLA technology 3D printed material

SLA Materials

From prototyping to mechanical & functional performance, broadening end-use part production (we have more performance materials than high temp and weathering).

FDM Material

FDM® Materials

Broad range of thermoplastics ranging from durable engineering grade to high-strength, high-performance options.

P3 technology 3D printed material

P3™ DLP Materials

Broad range of performance materials for each application: tough, flexible, high-temperature and other specialty materials.

SAF technology 3D printed material

SAF™ Materials

Versatile polymers for powder bed technology. Ideal for high-volume, accurate parts at lower cost.

PolyJet technology 3D printed materials

Flexible to rigid materials for prototypes, parts and visual models in full color with rubber-like, biocompatible and transparent options.

SLA technology 3D printed material

From prototyping to mechanical & functional performance, broadening end-use part production (we have more performance materials than high temp and weathering).

FDM Material

Broad range of thermoplastics ranging from durable engineering grade to high-strength, high-performance options.

P3 technology 3D printed material

Broad range of performance materials for each application: tough, flexible, high-temperature and other specialty materials.

SAF technology 3D printed material

Versatile polymers for powder bed technology. Ideal for high-volume, accurate parts at lower cost.

FAQ

3D Printing technologies, often referred to as additive manufacturing technology (AM), spans a wide technological spectrum, encompassing various processes that fabricate three-dimensional items from digital designs. These tangible components are assembled by sequentially depositing layers of materials, such as powdered plastic, metal, or liquid, to form the desired three-dimensional structures.

Stratasys industrial-grade 3D Printers primarily utilize our advanced 3D printing technologies of PolyJet, SLA, FDM, P3™ DLP and SAF, one of Stratasys latest 3D printing technologies. These technologies cater to a broad spectrum of needs, from 3D printing technologies for rapid prototyping to production of end-use-parts. If you're an industrial engineer, designer, healthcare or dental professional, or even in education, our commercial 3D printers are tailored to boost innovation and efficiency. Our offerings range from professional desktop 3D printers to large format production-ready machines, and they're trusted by leading companies worldwide to maintain a competitive advantage. 

The primary advantages of 3D printing manufacturing technologies include tangible cost savings and quicker turnaround times. The process results in fewer errors and helps for maintaining in-house privacy for designs. One of its highlights is the reduced need for massive inventories, thanks to its on-demand production capabilities. Furthermore, it grants the capability to fabricate detailed designs which might be challenging for traditional methods. This technology also allows for tailored products that don't increase costs, optimizes operational efficiency, and ensures gaining a competitive advantage.