From 3D printers to 3D production systems, Stratasys machines let you quickly build working models or end-use thermoplastic parts from your desktop or factory floor. Save money and get products to market faster with accurate, do-it-yourself 3D printing.
3D Printing Applications Take your 3D CAD designs from on-screen to in-hand with realistic 3D models. Test form, fit and function. Print assembly tools on the fly or manufacture small quantities of production parts. It’s all possible with Stratasys 3D Printers.
3D Printing in Industries Consumer-product designers, automotive manufacturing engineers, dental labs and countless other professionals use Stratasys 3D Printers. Our technology is changing and accelerating design and manufacturing worldwide.
Industries Stratasys technology is challenging the status quo in manufacturing, health care, education — even outer space. Learn how PolyJet 3D printing and FDM Technology can help you think faster, innovate better and broaden horizons.
Stratasys Ltd. was formed in 2012 by the merger of Stratasys Inc. and Objet Ltd. The company manufactures 3D printers and materials that create prototypes and manufactured goods directly from 3D CAD files or other 3D content. The company’s 3D printers are based on patented FDM® and PolyJet® technologies.
Stratasys systems are used by manufacturers to create models and prototypes to aid in the new product design process. And they are becoming widely used for production of finished goods in low-volume manufacturing. Systems range from affordable desktop 3D printers to large production systems for direct digital manufacturing.
The FDM process creates parts by extruding molten thermoplastic in fine layers to build the part layer by layer. The PolyJet process also creates parts by building in layers but employs an ink jet style jetting process to apply photopolymers in fine layers and simultaneously cures them with ultraviolet light.
Stratasys also manufactures Solidscape 3D Printers and operates the RedEye On Demand digital manufacturing service. The company has over 1000 employees and holds over 500 granted or pending additive manufacturing patents globally. The company’s range of 120 3D printing materials is the widest in the industry and includes over 100 proprietary PolyJet photopolymer materials and 10 proprietary FDM-based thermoplastic materials.