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 a new loyalty and discount program for Stratasys service bureau customers. The Stratasys Parts Provider Network (PPN) provides access to volume discounts on Stratasys systems, materials, service contracts, and software, as well as wholesale pricing for on-demand parts printed through Stratasys Direct Manufacturing. Since launching the Stratasys Parts Provider Network in early […][Read More]
Stratasys Ltd. announced that it has been named an official partner of Toyota Racing Development (TRD). The partnership will make its debut with 3D printed production parts on the forthcoming Toyota GR86 for the GR Cup, a new single-make racing series sanctioned by SRO America. “Additive manufacturing has allowed us to quickly iterate, design, and […][Read More]
Stratasys and Nascar collaborate to bring first 3d printed production parts to Nascar next gen racecarsMay 31, 2022 9:25am
Stratasys Ltd. announced that it has been named a NASCAR Competition Partner and has teamed with NASCAR to produce the first-ever 3D printed production parts to be featured across all NASCAR Next Gen cars. NASCAR teamed with Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to print a windshield air cockpit ventilation unit for the Next Gen car. The windshield […][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.