Stratasys

Stratasys invented its patented FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology in 1988 and has led the development of 3D printing technology ever since. Stratasys uses its FDM technology in the Mojo 3D Printer, uPrint SE 3D Printers, Dimension 3D Printers and Fortus 3D Production Systems, which were developed for direct digital manufacturing and precision rapid prototyping. The company also operates RedEye On Demand, a digital manufacturing service.

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Webinar: 3D Printing at Medtronic — Medical Applications and Outcomes

This webinar was originally aired on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Click below to watch on demand. Learn how 3D printing empowers medical device manufacturer Medtronic to bring products to clinical use faster, develop better therapies and personalize patient care. With functionally accurate, 3D printed prototypes, Medtronic can complete more design revisions in less time, empower [Read More]

Advancing prosthetics development with 3D printing

From makers to professional engineers, 3D printing has long been used to develop prosthetics because it can save time and money. It also helps stimulate innovative thinking, which led to this fully functional hydraulic prosthetic arm. Ben Ryan, founder of Ambionics, developed the prosthetic for his two-year-old son, Sol using a Stratasys multi-material, multi-color PolyJet […]

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Cutting Design-to-Market Risks – A New Paradigm for Rapid Prototyping – On Demand Webinar

Fill out the form below to watch this webinar on demand.  Companies are all under pressure to deliver products to market faster. Empowering professional designers; shrinking lead times; unleashing creativity. Those are the demands of a professional rapid prototyping 3D printing solution. In this seminar, Stratasys’ Sam Green, Head of Marketing for Rapid Prototyping, introduces [Read More]

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