Stratasys Expands Additive Manufacturing Applications

Latest updates include new systems, software and materials.

Latest updates include new systems, software and materials.

Stratasys has announced the introduction of 16 new materials across three additive manufacturing technologies—FDM, SAF and Origin One. The new materials include the first Stratasys Validated materials for FDM 3D printers, several open, exploratory materials for the P3-based Origin One 3D printer that can be used with an Open Material License, and polypropylene material for the H350 3D printer powered by SAF technology.

Also, Stratasys introduced two new composite-ready 3D printers to the company’s F123 Series of printers—the F190 CR and the F370 CR. These new printers are designed for manufacturers and industrial machinists to supplement traditional fabrication technologies with high-strength composite 3D printing. Stratasys also introduced FDM Nylon-CF10, a new composite material for the F123 Series printers that is reportedly over 60% stronger and nearly three times as stiff as its base nylon material.

Additionally, the company makes available GrabCAD Print for the Stratasys Origin One and Origin One Dental 3D printers. Part of the GrabCAD Additive Manufacturing Platform, GrabCAD Print software provides users with a streamlined 3D workflow for print build file preparation and post-print analysis. Stratasys also introduced Origin One Local and an integration with ProAero.

Stratasys is also working to grow polymer additive manufacturing, with five 3D printing technologies, a growing material ecosystem, and an open software platform to scale up. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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