3D Printing Technology

At the root of 3D printing is an additive manufacturing process. In essence, 3D printing technology makes three dimensional solid objects from a digital CAD file. Using an additive process, like FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) or InkJet-based technology, a model is created by laying down successive layers of material. The result is accurate, functional concept models, rapid prototypes and product mockups.

FDM & PolyJet 3d Printing Technology

FDM Technology

Stratasys patented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3d Printing Technology works with production-grade thermoplastics to build tough, durable parts that are accurate, repeatable and stable over time. 3D print your concept models, prototypes, tools and end-use parts in familiar materials like ABS, PC and high-performance ULTEM 9085.

PolyJet Technology

PolyJet photopolymers offer an astonishing level of detail and final-product realism that surpasses all other 3D printing technologies. With chameleon-like ability to simulate clear, flexible and rigid materials and engineering plastics — and even combine multiple material properties into one model — your prototypes could easily be mistaken for final products.


PolyJet and FDM 3D Printing

Stratasys now offers the “Best of Both 3D Printing Technology” with their powerful range of additive manufacturing materials, including clear, rubberlike and biocompatible photopolymers, and tough high-performance thermoplastics. This variety lets you maximize the benefits of 3D Printing Technology throughout your product-development cycle.

FDM Printing Technology

3D Printing TechnologyStratasys patented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3d Printing Technology works with production-grade thermoplastics to build tough, durable parts that are accurate, repeatable and stable over time. 3D print your concept models, prototypes, tools and end-use parts in familiar materials like ABS, PC and high-performance ULTEM 9085.

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PolyJet Printing Technology

3D Printing TechnologyPolyJet photopolymers offer an astonishing level of detail and final-product realism that surpasses all other 3D printing technologies. With chameleon-like ability to simulate clear, flexible and rigid materials and engineering plastics — and even combine multiple material properties into one model — your prototypes could easily be mistaken for final products.

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Learn more about SOLIDWORKS printers, like the Objet30 Pro or the Objet Eden Printers.

Check out the new MakerBot 3D Desktop Printers too!