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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The components approved for service include an arm rest, grab handle and seat back table--all of which will now be trialed on in-service passenger trains in 2019.
Stratasys PolyJet technology and Materialise FDA-cleared software now jointly offer a versatile 3D printing system for hospitals and physicians to build anatomical models at the point-of-care.
Among other product innovations, now it's possible to create production parts durable enough for aerospace, withstanding temperatures of up to 302 degrees F (150 degrees C), while delivering a lighter, cheaper, faster alternative to aluminum and steel.
The emergence of composites and new material options lead engineers to rely on new testing methods and simulation.
According to GKN, the lead time typically required to produce a metal or plastic replacement tool is several weeks. With a 3D printer in the facility, the company can more quickly produce tools that are better suited to its operational
Consortium of strategic investment partners will propel the company’s’ STEP manufacturing technology toward commercialization.
Racing team Penske taps 3D printing, reveals streamlined prototype and final part production at IMTS 2018 via partnership with Stratasys.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
The new Stratasys Fortus 380mc CFE (carbon fiber edition), is designed to be an affordable industrial 3D printer dedicated to the rugged demands of running carbon fiber.
XJet is staffed with many veterans of Objet Geometries, developers of PolyJet AM technology (now owned and marketed by Stratasys).
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