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Stratasys in the News
Stratasys Direct is the company’s on-demand parts service bureau.
Toyota will use the new F3300 for new production support, including parts and fixtures, and also for prototyping applications.
Stratasys also introduces automatic support generation functionality to its GrabCAD Print software for Origin One.
The Group will attend Formnext November 7-10, 2023 and will showcase a range of advanced 3D printing materials on the market.
Nano Dimension says merger deal would be highly dilutive, requiring Stratasys to pay premium and give financial support to Desktop Metal with limited upside.
While hospitals aren’t ready to turn into on-site manufacturers, they are turning to service providers to ramp up point-of-care additive manufacturing for patient-specific medical devices.
Axial3D INSIGHT automates the process of converting 2D DICOM images into 3D print-ready files.
Advances in artificial intelligence, in-situ monitoring and process control are picking away at longstanding concerns about additive manufacturing part quality, but more work needs to be done.
Company confirms merger consideration outlined in latest proposal and binding merger agreement is best and final.
Advances in 3D printer materials handling capabilities and recycling services are helping engineers optimize scrap parts and unused additive manufacturing materials.
Stratasys and SME's contest provides students with real-world, hands-on experience that they can apply to a commercial product.
The Radford Type 62-2 includes 3D printed fenders, brake ducts, and radiator cooling ducts, among other parts.
Multiple dental labs adopt company’s 3D printed dentures solution.
Previously targeted for a hostile takeover by Nano Dimension, Stratasys now faces unsolicited offers from 3D Systems as well
Stratasys 3D Fashion technology to support new era for brand’s electric vehicles.