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.
Rapid Prototyping in The Automotive Industry
Henry Ford may not have invented the automobile, but his pioneering spirit did transform the way cars were made. His assembly line process drastically reduced costs with standardized parts and greater efficiency which led to lower cost, higher quality and greater reliability.
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Three new 3D printers encompass FDM, P3 and SAF technologies.
Simulation replaces trial-and-error processes and a reliance on tribal knowledge to pave the way for widespread AM adoption for production use cases.
DfAM triggers an evolution of parametric CAD with algorithms, generative design and 3D printing microservices.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
The business model and the platforms that serve manufacturing-as-a-service are relatively new to the digital landscape, so it’s critical to adapt technologies to meet market demands.
Company seeing savings of up to 75% on certain parts, compared with traditional manufacturing.
Selective Absorption Fusion technology will power new H Series 3D printers as Stratasys targets market for 3D-printed mass production parts.
Customers can now purchase nylon parts produced by Stratasys Direct through Xometry’s global custom manufacturing marketplace.
Company joins forces with TCL Hofmann and Stratasys to Fused Deposition Modeling 3D printing solution for customized prototyping, tooling and fixturing in supercars and equipment.
The combination of generative design software and AM technologies is proving to be a go-to force for lightweighting and parts consolidation strategies.