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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Stratasys Ltd., announced that Danish shoe manufacturer ECCO is using Stratasys Origin One 3D printing technology to accelerate product development, allowing conceptual footwear samples to be reviewed early in the development cycle using 3D printed molds and lasts (mechanical forms shaped like a foot) with resin materials from Henkel Loctite. Shoemaking is an incredibly manual […][Read More]
Stratasys Ltd. introduced GrabCAD Print for the SAF-powered Stratasys H350 3D printer. The enhanced version of GrabCAD Print, in combination with the H350, gives users the power to scale their additive manufacturing to production levels. Stratasys recently introduced the GrabCAD Additive Manufacturing Platform, which enables two-way connectivity between 3D printers, additive manufacturing and enterprise applications, […][Read More]
Stratasys Ltd. announced it is advancing its manufacturing strategy with an open tier of third-party materials for FDM 3D printers via an annual Open Material License. The company is already providing open material availability on Neo stereolithography 3D printers, as well as the recently announced Stratasys Origin One and Stratasys H350 3D printers. By extending […][Read More]
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Stratasys invented its patented FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology in 1988 and has led the development of 3D printing technology ever since.