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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New materials for the Stratasys PolyJet 3D printers offer “breathtaking realism and graphic sharpness” for opaque materials. VeroUltra White and VeroUltra Black materials provide an important realism boost for many prototyping projects. The materials simulate high-quality opaque plastic parts, even when they are thin. Text and labels on bottles and packaging are sharp enough to […][Read More]
Stratasys Ltd., announced it has acquired UK-based RP Support Ltd. (RPS), a provider of industrial stereolithography 3D printers and solutions. RPS’ complementary technology further expands Stratasys’ polymer suite of solutions across the product life cycle, from concept modeling to manufacturing. Stratasys will leverage its industry-leading go-to-market infrastructure to offer the RPS’ Neo line of systems […][Read More]
Stratasys Ltd. introduced a new ABS-based carbon fiber material for its line of F123 Series 3D printers, which handle composite materials. Carbon fiber materials have proven extremely popular on Stratasys’ industrial-scale FDM 3D printers for a variety of end-use applications such as jigs, fixtures, and tooling. With FDM ABS-CF10, Stratasys now makes carbon fiber more […][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.