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Join us at WCX™ World Congress Experience

Date: Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Time: 12:00 AM CDT

Dates: April 16-18, 2024
Location: Huntington Place, Detroit, MI, USA
Booth: 677
Event website: https://wcx.sae.org

Visit Stratasys in booth 677 at WCX, in the GM Pavilion, to see how additive manufacturing is shaping the future of auto innovation for product development, production support, and end-use parts. From ideation to vehicle roll-off, additive technology offers benefits across the spectrum of auto development. 

Learn why no other 3D printing company has the range of solutions, services, and support to help auto manufacturers bridge the gap between today’s technology and the future of electrification, autonomous driving, and sustainable mobility. 

Our five polymer technologies offer sufficient options to create products more quickly, support production more efficiently, and make part production more economical. 

We hope to meet you there!

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