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Stratasys Direct® Advanced Manufacturing On-Demand

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From Concept to Creation: Revolutionizing Part Manufacturing with World-Class Facilities and Engineering Mastery in 3D Printing.

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Certifications

ISO 9001 

AS9100

DDTC Registered

Contract manufacturing | Stratasys Direct

300,000+ Contract Projects

24M+ parts produced

1.8M+ Engineering hours

World Class QMS

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AM Pioneers

30 Years Experience

Engineering Expertise

Expert Finishing Team

 

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200+ In-House Printers

Industrial-Grade Equipment

U.S. Manufacturing Facilities

50+ Engineering-Grade Materials

Stratasys Direct® - where the world's most advanced manufacturing solutions are put to work on real-world use cases.

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3D Printing Services

Resins: PolyJet, SLA and P3 (DLP) Thermoplastics: FDM, SAF, SLS and MJF Secondary Process & Inspections

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Injection Molding Services

Injection and Compression Molding Onshore & Offshore Manufacturing Service US Project Team

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Design & Engineering

Design for Additive Manufacturing (DFAM) Design Modification and Optimization Engineering Support and Consulting

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Resins: PolyJet, SLA and P3 (DLP) Thermoplastics: FDM, SAF, SLS and MJF Secondary Process & Inspections

Injection molding service | Stratasys Direct

Injection and Compression Molding Onshore & Offshore Manufacturing Service US Project Team

Product Design Stratasys Direct

Design for Additive Manufacturing (DFAM) Design Modification and Optimization Engineering Support and Consulting

Aerospace
Aerospace manufacturing | Stratasys Direct

Stratasys Direct is a contract manufacturer of thousands of high-requirement projects for the aerospace industry, with full material and parts traceability. We manufacture parts to 26 material and 46 process specifications, with premium polymers including FST, UV radiation, thermal rated and outgassing NASA standards, and more.

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Automotive
Automotive Transportation manufacturing | Stratasys Direct

Stratasys Direct creates custom prototypes, manufacturing tools, and end-use parts that enhance the performance, temperature resistance, and ergonomic properties of parts for the auto industry. Our PPAP workflow ensures manufactured components meet automotive standards, and our Design for Additive Manufacturing (DFAM) expertise and post-processing options enable us to meet the growing demands of this industry.

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Medical
Medical manufacturing | Stratasys Direct

Stratasys Direct transforms surgery practice, training, and patient education with cutting-edge 3D printing solutions.  We manufacture medical devices, anatomical models and surgical tools using a wide range of materials, from rigid to flexible, opaque to transparent, to bring medical innovations to life.

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Consumer Goods
Consumer goods manufacturing | Stratasys Direct

Stratasys Direct specializes in 3D-printing solutions for the consumer goods industry. From multi-color, visual concept models to small volumes of end-use production parts, we accelerate the product development cycle. Our rapid prototypes facilitate quick iterations, enabling you to stay agile amidst evolving consumer demands, while staying ahead of complex supply chain challenges.

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A service bureau will deliver something, but there’s no quality clauses or the rigor of manufacturing to deliver a fully functional flight part repeatably, at least from our industry standpoint. A contract manufacturer (such as Stratasys Direct) will take responsibility for the quality and will be audited and take that level of stringency to deliver that hardware, not only once, but always to the same quality level.

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Why Use Stratasys Direct

For over 30 years, Stratasys Direct™ has been a pioneer and leader in 3D printing and advanced manufacturing. We can help solve your toughest design and custom part manufacturing challenges no matter your geometry, scale, use case, or stage in the production cycle. We offer on-demand solutions for rapid prototypes and end-use production parts using FDM®, PolyJet™, P3™ DLP, SLA, SLS, SAF™, MJF, and Injection Molding, along with 25 post-processing and inspection options.

With an in-house fleet of 200+ industrial-grade printers and access to 50+ engineering-grade materials, we excel at high-requirement projects for clients in aerospace, automotive, and healthcare, ensuring precision and reliability in meeting high-requirement project demands.

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On-Demand 3D Printing

From small design shops to Fortune 100 companies, designers and engineers have trusted Stratasys Direct for their printing services for over 30 years.  Here’s why:

  • Huge capacity, with 200+ in-house printers
  • 8 manufacturing technologies
  • 50+ engineering-grade materials
  • 3 Additive Ecosystem facilities in the US
  • Online quoting & ordering
  • Custom workflows, First Article Inspection (FAI), Parts Production approval Process (PPAP)
  • Material Certifications, Certificate of Conformity, Certificate of Analysis
  • ISO9001, AS9100 certified
  • DDTC registered/ITAR Registered

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Concept to End-Use Parts Manufacturing

Trusted by industry leaders like Toyota, NASA, General Motors, and Siemens, Stratasys Direct doesn’t just manufacture custom parts -- we create tailored solutions to elevate your projects. When you work with us, you get on-demand 3d printing, customized workflows to best suit the needs of the manufactured part, advanced verification and validation capabilities like First Article Inspection (FAI) or Production Part Approval Process (PPAP), and access to three advanced Additive Ecosystem facilities. 

Our suite of secondary processing and finishing services ensures your parts not only meet but exceed your exact specifications. From design to delivery, Stratasys Direct is an advanced 3D printing service that expands the possibilities of additive manufacturing, providing customers with precision, reliability, and unmatched quality at every turn. Choose us for a seamless journey from concept to creation.

From one-off prototypes, to low-volume production, we have the experience and engineering know-how to support you

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Design Guides

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SAF 3D Printing Design Guide | Stratasys Direct

Design Guide: Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF™)

Design guidelines providing instructions for design considerations, including file exporting procedures & color selection for SAF parts.

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MJF 3d Printing Design Guide | Stratasys Direct

Multi Jet Fusion Design Guide

Download our Design Guide to learn about the part design process for Multi Jet Fusion including size, orientation, and dimensional accuracy considerations.

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FDM 3D Printed Design Guide | Stratasys Direct

FDM Design Guide

Use these guidelines to understand the basic aspects of part design and preparation for Fused Deposition Modeling components.

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PolyJet Design Guide | Stratasys Direct

PolyJet 3D Printing Design Guide

Go beyond the basics of PolyJet 3D printing with design guidelines that include file exporting procedures and color selection for PolyJet parts.

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SAF 3D Printing Design Guide | Stratasys Direct

Design guidelines providing instructions for design considerations, including file exporting procedures & color selection for SAF parts.

MJF 3d Printing Design Guide | Stratasys Direct

Download our Design Guide to learn about the part design process for Multi Jet Fusion including size, orientation, and dimensional accuracy considerations.

FDM 3D Printed Design Guide | Stratasys Direct

Use these guidelines to understand the basic aspects of part design and preparation for Fused Deposition Modeling components.

PolyJet Design Guide | Stratasys Direct

Go beyond the basics of PolyJet 3D printing with design guidelines that include file exporting procedures and color selection for PolyJet parts.

Webinars

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Additive Manufacturing and Injection Molding Webinar

The Union of Additive Manufacturing and Injection Molding

The Additive Manufacturing and Injection Molding webinar guides you through these manufacturing technologies from prototyping parts to production parts.

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3D-Printed Aerospace Parts: Bringing Behind the Scenes Parts into the Spotlight

Discover Aerospace Behind-the-Scenes 3D-Printing. Join our webinar on Aerospace Manufacturing, Post-Processing Impact, and Materials. Register Now!

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PPAP for Automotive: Qualifying Additive Manufacturing for Real-World Production

PPAP for Automotive. Stratasys Direct and Roush Manufacturing explain the Part Production Approval Process used for qualifying 3D printed parts on the Ford F-150.

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DLP P3 3D printing webinar Stratasys Direct

Taking AM Production to the Next Level Using P3™ Technology

A webinar where we showcase P3™ technology, the next evolution of DLP 3D printing producing end-use parts with smooth surface quality comparable to Injection Molding.

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Additive Manufacturing and Injection Molding Webinar

The Additive Manufacturing and Injection Molding webinar guides you through these manufacturing technologies from prototyping parts to production parts.

Stratasys Direct Airplane touch screen on seat

Discover Aerospace Behind-the-Scenes 3D-Printing. Join our webinar on Aerospace Manufacturing, Post-Processing Impact, and Materials. Register Now!

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PPAP for Automotive. Stratasys Direct and Roush Manufacturing explain the Part Production Approval Process used for qualifying 3D printed parts on the Ford F-150.

DLP P3 3D printing webinar Stratasys Direct

A webinar where we showcase P3™ technology, the next evolution of DLP 3D printing producing end-use parts with smooth surface quality comparable to Injection Molding.

Case Studies

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PolyJet 3D Printed Handbag by Ashley Alleyne

Fashion Designer Ashely Alleyne uses PolyJet 3D printing as an alternate solution for purse designs.

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3D Printing Snare Drums Case Study

Panic! At The Disco drummer Dan Pawlovich tours the world with a 3D printed snare drum.

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3D Printing Automotive Fixtures Case Study

Automotive parts supplier MAHLE gets up to speed on the full capabilities and associated benefits of 3D printing fixtures.

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3D Printed Bone Model

3D Printed Bone Models Provide True-To-Life Training For Surgeons

3D printing offered a viable, cost-effective solution to recreating accurate models with repeatable bone fracture types for multiple training scenarios.

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Tech working on PolyJet Ashley Alleyne purse

Fashion Designer Ashely Alleyne uses PolyJet 3D printing as an alternate solution for purse designs.

panic at the disco drummer dan pawlovich uses a 3d printed snare drum on stage

Panic! At The Disco drummer Dan Pawlovich tours the world with a 3D printed snare drum.

an engineer assembles a 3d printed automotive fixture for mahle

Automotive parts supplier MAHLE gets up to speed on the full capabilities and associated benefits of 3D printing fixtures.

3D Printed Bone Model

3D printing offered a viable, cost-effective solution to recreating accurate models with repeatable bone fracture types for multiple training scenarios.

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