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Stratasys


7665 Commerce Way
Eden Prairie, Minnesota, 55344
United States of America
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For three decades, we’ve been inspired by the unique challenges our customers face every day. It’s what’s driven us to make them more competitive, more streamlined and more efficient, with products delivered faster and more accurately than ever. Today, those same customers trust us to find new and innovative solutions through our technology – and recognise us as the world leader in 3D printing.

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In resin-based additive manufacturing, SLA, P3./DLP, and Poly Jet have emerged as contenders. But which one is the clear winner for your project? Learn more in this Stratasys webinar.

Validation and certification of 3D printed parts is getting easier as standards efforts mature and process monitoring capabilities take aim at consistent quality.

Enhanced version of H350 features improved performance and service capabilities, company says.

Select Additive plans to use this partnership to offer its customer base a range of polymer 3D printing technology solutions from Stratasys.

The 12-year Stratasys veteran will lead the company’s global operations, management information systems (MIS), and quality team, the company reports.

Advisory board of industry leaders dedicated to advancing additive manufacturing for production at scale

To date, ground tests appear to show 50% radiation dose reduction, Stratasys reports.

Software simplifies and automates many common and time-consuming print preparation tasks.

Thanks to maturing DfAM practices, companies can optimize and innovate medical device designs while meeting rigorous compliance requirements.

With the software, users can accelerate time to market by facilitating rapid design iterations and reducing dependency on physical prototyping.

By buying its IP, Stratasys aims to extend its additive manufacturing level of expertise, according to company.

Stratasys’ TrueDent is a patented FDA cleared resin developed for 3D printing of permanent dentures, temporary crowns, and bridges on the J5 DentaJet platform.

Leaders urge consolidation as financial difficulties pile up.

The investment brings PartsToGo’s total Neo fleet to six systems, with a seventh Neo planned for installation in the near future.

Company announces preliminary all-cash proposal to acquire rival 3D printer manufacturer for $16.50 per share.

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