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Additive manufacturing for pragmatic innovators

Helping you solve critical design and manufacturing challenges. And thrive in a changing world.

We work with innovative manufacturers in the world’s key industries, deploying additive manufacturing along the production cycle. Our industrial grade solutions add speed, efficiency and the agility you need to thrive in a changing world. 

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Automotive

Build efficiency, speed and agility into your automotive production cycle.

Our broad additive technology portfolio enables lower-cost, higher-volume production, cost-effective customization and agile tool creation.

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Aerospace

Make lighter, stronger, more efficient flight-ready parts.

Stratasys has the breadth of technology and materials to make additive work in the rigorous, regulated world of Aerospace.

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Consumer Products

Swiftly deliver innovative, reliable products to customers while reducing costs and natural resources.

Stratasys additive solutions solve critical design and manufacturing challenges right across the consumer goods production lifecycle.

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Medical

Improve clinical outcomes while accelerating education and innovation with medical-grade additive manufacturing.

By enabling the fast, flexible production of medical jigs, surgical aids, and lifelike anatomical models with un-matched biomechanical accuracy, our end-to-end solutions elevate and improve patient care.

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Dental

Push the boundaries of what’s possible with additive in digital dentistry.

We work with laboratories and practices, delivering the technology and service they need for unmatched reliability, accuracy and speed.

Fashion

Art and Fashion

Our Additive solutions are shaping the future at the nexus of creativity and innovation.

Stratasys fashion solutions make inspiration and realization scalable, often more sustainable, and powered by endless design freedom.

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Our broad additive technology portfolio enables lower-cost, higher-volume production, cost-effective customization and agile tool creation.

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Stratasys has the breadth of technology and materials to make additive work in the rigorous, regulated world of Aerospace.

consumer-goods-3d-printing-industry

Stratasys additive solutions solve critical design and manufacturing challenges right across the consumer goods production lifecycle.

medical-3d-printing-industry

By enabling the fast, flexible production of medical jigs, surgical aids, and lifelike anatomical models with un-matched biomechanical accuracy, our end-to-end solutions elevate and improve patient care.

Dental molds

We work with laboratories and practices, delivering the technology and service they need for unmatched reliability, accuracy and speed.

Fashion

Stratasys fashion solutions make inspiration and realization scalable, often more sustainable, and powered by endless design freedom.

Customer Success Stories

All Customer Success Stories
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Automotive

General Motors uses Stratasys 3D printing to create lightweight risers out of FDM Nylon 12CF for Chevy Bolt assembly line.

Atomics

Aerospace

General Atomics reduces cost and accelerates time-to-market with Stratasys' additive manufacturing.

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Education

Polyphytes utilized Stratasys' Liquid Print feature of the PolyJet Research Package to 3D print intricate, internal channels that perform like vascular systems in plants.

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Consumer

PepsiCo used Stratasys Additive Manufacturing to redesign the 2-liter bottle, achieving faster design.

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Medical

Nicklaus Children's Hospital utilizes 3D printing to make surgeries more precise.

Dental

Dental

Posca Brothers Dental Laboratory revolutionizes dentures production with TrueDent technology.

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Art and Fashion

Hemani Kumar from FIT collaborated with Stratasys to turn her designs of astonishing 3D embellishment sections into reality.

general-motors-case-study-in-3d-printing

General Motors uses Stratasys 3D printing to create lightweight risers out of FDM Nylon 12CF for Chevy Bolt assembly line.

Atomics

General Atomics reduces cost and accelerates time-to-market with Stratasys' additive manufacturing.

polyphytes-case-study-in-3d-printing

Polyphytes utilized Stratasys' Liquid Print feature of the PolyJet Research Package to 3D print intricate, internal channels that perform like vascular systems in plants.

pepsico-case-study-in-3d-printing

PepsiCo used Stratasys Additive Manufacturing to redesign the 2-liter bottle, achieving faster design.

nicklaus-children-hospital-case-study-in-3d-printing

Nicklaus Children's Hospital utilizes 3D printing to make surgeries more precise.

Dental

Posca Brothers Dental Laboratory revolutionizes dentures production with TrueDent technology.

hemani-kumar-case-study-in-3d-printing

Hemani Kumar from FIT collaborated with Stratasys to turn her designs of astonishing 3D embellishment sections into reality.

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FAQ

3D printing has found applications across a broad range of industries, each leveraging the technology for specific use-cases. The industries using 3D printing and where it is making a significant impact include healthcare (both medical and dental), manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, transportation, consumer goods, consumer electronics, fashion, education, and more. The versatility of 3D printing means that its applications are continually expanding, offering new possibilities across various industries.

3D printing is revolutionizing a multitude of industries through its diverse and game-changing applications. In the aerospace sector, the technology for instance allows to produce lightweight and intricate parts, thereby enhancing fuel efficiency and reducing costs. Within the automotive industry, just-in-time printing of parts significantly cuts down on inventory expenses and allows customization and spare part production more cost effective. In the world of fashion and footwear, designers are harnessing 3D printing to craft bespoke items tailored to individual tastes, allowing for the exploration of unique patterns that challenge the confines of traditional design. The dental industry is also undergoing a transformation, as 3D printing offers labs, dentists, and patients an array of customizable options, especially when it comes to dentures. Meanwhile, in the realm of supply chain and logistics, localized production is made possible by 3D printing, which means goods can be produced closer to their point of sale or use, reducing transportation costs and lead times. Across these and many other sectors, 3D printing is spanning the entire product lifecycle, from initial prototyping to the creation of finalized end-use products.

 

Industries using 3d printing adopts this technology based on its unique needs, but there are several common applications across sectors. For instance, rapid prototyping is one of the earliest and most prevalent uses, enabling quick iterations and accelerating product development cycles. Tooling, jigs, and fixtures can also be 3D-printed quickly and more affordably than with traditional manufacturing, improving production speed and quality control. Additionally, there has been a notable shift towards industries that use 3d printing for producing end-use parts, either in low or high volumes, or for customized runs. These are just a few examples, and the applications of 3D printing continue to expand.

3D printing solutions have applications and benefits across a wide range of industries due to their versatility, cost-effectiveness, and ability to produce complex and customized parts. Here are some industries that can benefit from 3D printing solutions such as medical, dental, aerospace, mobility, Automotive, dental, fashion, design, education, consumer goods and consumer electronics and many more. The applications of 3D printing continue to expand as technology advances and new materials become available. Almost any industry that requires the creation of custom, complex, or low-volume parts can benefit from the capabilities offered by 3D printing solutions.

3D printing technology finds primary applications in a multitude of industries. In the medical field, such as crafting medical devices and generating patient-specific surgical models. Dentistry benefits from 3D printing for creating removable orthodontics, crowns, and bridges. In the automotive sector, it plays a key role in customizing car parts, designing accessories, and producing functional prototypes for vehicle design. For aerospace, it is indispensable in manufacturing lightweight aircraft components, crafting intricate customized parts, and facilitating rapid prototyping for design and testing. Moreover, it supports the creation of rapid tooling and jigs for production. In the realm of consumer goods, 3D printing is vital for developing personalized product prototypes and conducting functional testing before production or designing intricate electronics and gadgets. In education, it is pivotal for enhancing hands-on learning with educational models, and teaching design and engineering principles to engage students. These represent some primary applications of 3D printing technology, with many more emerging across diverse industries.