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Dominate Your Industry with 3D Printing

From entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies and large OEMs, companies have embraced advanced manufacturing and enterprise 3D printing to meet tough performance standards and satisfy firm requirements.

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing understands services catered to industry needs are crucial. We are equipped with a fleet of technologies and expertise to take on your most ambitious challenges.

Industries We Serve with 3D Printing Advanced Manufacturing



With some of the toughest industry performance standards and the need to produce lightweight, complex parts, aerospace companies have taken advantage of 3D printing for cost savings, fast production and innovative design.

Aerospace companies were some of the first to adopt additive manufacturing and we were right there with them. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is ready to meet your challenges with an experienced team, high-performance materials formulated for aerospace environments and AS9100 certified quality systems to ensure safe and high quality parts ready for take-off.

Aerospace companies have historically turned to Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) for their projects

Turn to us for:

  • Complex ducting for environmental control systems
  • Wind tunnel and UAV components
  • Liquid and fuel tanks
  • Surrogate parts
  • Composite layup

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Medical manufacturers use advanced manufacturing services to prototype and bring breakthrough solutions to doctors, patients, and research institutions. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing offers a wide range of materials, from rigid to flexible, opaque to transparent, to empower you to maximize efficiency and customize like never before.

Create true-to-life anatomical models or move to clinical trials fast through 3D printing low-volume production parts utilizing biocompatible materials. Whatever your application, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing has the quality systems and a strong history in medical manufacturing to bring your medical innovations to market.

Find a wide range of technologies benefiting the medical industry, including PolyJet, Stereolithography (SLA), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Laser Sintering (SLS), and Injection Molding.

Common applications:

  • Handheld devices
  • Anatomical models
  • Training models
  • Equipment parts

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The energy industry is beginning to make significant advancements with additive manufacturing through more efficient, on-demand, lightweight components and environmentally friendly materials answering diverse requirements and field functions.

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing has a history of meeting high-quality standards and acutely understands the need for critical, tailored engineering products and solutions.

Competitive energy companies are turning to our Stereolithography (SLA), and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technologies for their needs.

We can help you identify solutions for your complex part geometries. Typical energy applications include:

  • Rotors and stators
  • Down-hole tool components and models
  • Complex end-use parts

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The transportation industry involves some of the harshest and most extreme testing environments to ensure safe, high-quality parts.

With a wide array of rugged, high-temperature materials and versatile technologies, we have helped customers develop consolidated, lightweight parts to create more efficient transportation vehicles.

Working with Stratasys Direct Manufacturing allows you to iterate faster and test thoroughly to speed through concept modeling and prototyping to move on to production.

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) are often used in the transportation industry to produce:

  • Resilient prototypes
  • Models with elastomeric materials
  • Custom interiors
  • Paneling
  • Grilles

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Consumer Products

Consumer Products

Industrial designers, graphic artists, and marketing teams understand time to market is critical for a new idea. And part of that speed is being able to simulate the look and feel of the final product during design reviews to prove your idea to key stakeholders.

We understand the hurdles in consumer manufacturing and have the solutions and experts in place to bring your next big idea to life. Consumer product manufacturers have embraced 3D printing technology to help develop new business models and build unique, customized products.

Consumer Products tend to use Stereolithography (SLA), PolyJet (PJ), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), and Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF). We’ve worked on a variety of consumer manufacturing applications, including, but not limited to:

  • Pre-production parts
  • Display and presentation models
  • Parts for entertainment and art
  • Form and fit prototypes

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