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Determining which technology is right for your application.

It's time to purchase a 3D printer for your business, but with so many options and technologies out there, which one is right for you? Let's start with the basics. In the next sixteen pages, we're going to tell you everything you need to know about Stratasys FDM and PolyJet technology, so you can make an informed decision and utilize your investment to its greatest potential.

First, we'll discuss operations, such as speed and time-to-part, as well as how the technology has benefitted companies like Piper Aircraft and Volvo Construction Equipment. We'll discuss pre-process and what that entails for FDM versus PolyJet, as well as post-process and how that fits into office environments, ease of use and operating expense, specifically for businesses like The Jacobs Institute and Utah Trikes.

Whether your business needs smooth, flexible, colorful parts with no imperfections, or durable, precise, fully-operational parts that can stand the heat, we'll help you find the perfect technology for your business. FDM and PolyJet both have benefits, but what really matters is what your business needs, learn more by downloading this whitepaper.

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