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PENSA’s Path to Prolific Prototypes Starts With the MakerBot METHOD
The industrial-grade desktop 3D printer is used by the design and engineering shop to test new ideas early and often and helps accelerate the design cycle.
Stratasys Plans Strategic Investment in Xaar 3D
Stratasys to increase ownership in Xaar 3D from 15% to 45% with option to fully acquire.
PENSA’s Path to Prolific Prototypes Starts With the MakerBot METHOD
The industrial-grade desktop 3D printer is used by the design and engineering shop to test new ideas early and often and helps accelerate the design cycle.
America’s Cup Challenger American Magic Flies Across the Water with Stratasys 3D Printing
US team for world-renowned competitive sailing event taps into carbon fiber for end-use racing parts.
Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Uses Stratasys’ Fortus 450mc and F370 3D Printers
IndyCar team gains capitalizes on Fused Deposition Modeling technology from Stratasys for prototypes and production-grade racing car parts.
Stratasys Releases New Configurable, Large-Scale Stereolithography 3D Printing System
Backed by strategic alliance with DSM, this stereolithography 3D printer combines a large-scale system with a configurable environment for fine-tuning across a broad range of resins.
Stratasys Printers Validated by FDA for Medical Modeling
Materialise and Stratasys have expanded their partnership in the healthcare space
3D Printing Showcased at Ford’s Advanced Manufacturing Center
The Advanced Manufacturing Center includes 23 3D printers and is working with 10 different 3D manufacturing companies on a variety of projects using different types of materials.
MakerBot Meets Industrial 3D Printing
Method blends performance with usability, bridging the gap between desktop and industrial 3D printing.
Stratasys Debuts Advanced Elastomers and Materials for its Machinery
Built for F123 machines, new thermoplastics from Stratasys offer elasticity and durability with soluble support; bright colors boost prototypes on J750 and J735 3D printers, according to Stratasys.
Stratasys Announces Four New Products
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.
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Stratasys Now Shipping Dedicated Carbon Fiber Edition 3D Printer
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.


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