Stratasys Production Series
Our Production Series takes 3D printing to a new level – manufacturing. You’ll find our Production Series 3D Printers on factory floors in nearly every industry because they’re the workhorse every manufacturer needs.
What are the benefits of the Stratasys Production Series?
• Reduce time to implement assembly tools by 85%
• Streamline your factory floor with jigs and fixtures printed in hours
• Preserve your production line from stopping
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The Production Series offers the capacity and material variety to meet the demands of the manufacturing environment.
Precision 3D production systems bring agility and aesthetics to every stage of product development and production. Based on PolyJet 3D Printing, these systems offer amazing surface smoothness, ultra-fine details and the widest range of material properties available.
Performance 3D production systems give you durable, accurate parts with predictable mechanical, chemical and thermal properties. Based on FDM Technology, these systems use the same production-grade thermoplastics used in injection molding, CNC machining and other traditional manufacturing processes.
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What is additive manufacturing?
Freed from the constraints of traditional (subtractive) manufacturing methods, additive manufacturing allows manufacturing engineers to produce tools that were previously considered far too complex to make economically. Stratasys Production Series 3D Printers also help you make faster changes to your manufacturing line by printing tools in just hours – taking inventories digital. The sky’s the limit. If you can picture it on your manufacturing floor, you can build it with a production 3D printer from Stratasys.
Who uses Stratasys Production Series 3D Printers?
The Production Series is most often used by manufacturing engineers, universities and large product development teams. With its large build envelope and multiple material options, the Stratasys Production Series can handle it all.
Effectively evaluate, optimize and communicate your prototype design with Fused Deposition Modeling concept models. Used in early stages of product development, FDM models reduce costs and shorten development timelines.
As your product’s design evolves from concept to functional prototype, FDM plays an important role in testing. FDM functional prototypes allow you to test in real-world environments and make decisions that have a dramatic effect on the cost to manufacture your product.
Without the expense and lead time of traditional tooling or machining, FDM can produce end-use parts tough enough for integration into your final product. Ideal for building small quantities of parts while waiting for tooling, FDM Technology makes it possible to get your or products to market faster.
On the manufacturing floor, time is money. FDM can reduce the time it takes to create manufacturing tools by up to 85%. You can produce manufacturing tools such as jigs and fixtures, tooling masters and production tooling in hours—without expensive machining or tooling.
Accelerate Your Design Process
Speed time-to-market by making prototype designs with Stratasys’ Fused Deposition Modeling technology (FDM). FDM’s additive manufacturing technology turns your design into a durable, functional 3D model or production part right from your office, lab or manufacturing floor.
Improve Design & Communication
Quickly and inexpensively produce multiple rapid prototypes for testing and optimization. By turning your design into a 3D FDM model, you can communicate better with research and development teams, sales, marketing, customers, manufacturing engineering, and tool makers.
Reduce Prototype Design Costs
Use 3D FDM models to find design errors early, before tooling – when the cost to make product design changes are low.
Prove Functionality with FDM
FDM creates 3D models that stand up to real world testing. Prove your product’s functionality by testing FDM models in real world situations. Then take your design right to manufacturing by using FDM parts for initial or low-volume production.