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3D Printing Technologies

3D Printing Technologies

3D Printing Technologies offered by Stratasys

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FDM - Fused Deposition Modeling

FDM offers 3D printing’s design freedom coupled with strong engineering-grade thermoplastics to create robust parts ideal for functional prototyping and production.

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PJ - PolyJet

Create parts in unparalleled resolution and detail with PolyJet. Incorporate multiple materials, from flexible to rigid, and full color directly into your component for aesthetic models and prototypes.

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SAF - Selective Absorption Fusion

SAF™ technology powers a new plastic powder bed fusion process to achieve higher volume manufacturing of end-use production parts.

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SLA - Stereolithography

Stereolithography builds highly-accurate parts ideal for prototypes, master patterns and large concept models.

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P3™ - Programmable Photopolymerization

Programmable Photopolymerization produces functional end-use parts, achieving injection mold part quality using many high-performance materials for rigidity, impact resistance, or flexible rubber-like properties.

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Additional 3D Printing Technologies we offer

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DMLM / DMLS - Direct Metal Laser Melting

DMLS accurately forms complex geometries not possible with traditional metal manufacturing methods. The strong, dense metal parts are produced faster than other manufacturing methods.

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LS - Laser Sintering

Laser Sintering creates tough and geometrically complex components in a wide variety of applications. The parts are strong, water and air-tight, heat resistant and repeatable.

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MJF - Multi Jet Fusion

Multi Jet Fusion offers expanded possibilities for low-cost production parts. The manufacturing process builds complex, fine-detailed components in nearly half the time of other similar technologies.

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