Innovation Starts Here

Stratasys is the Innovation Leader in Additive Manufacturing.Stratasys has reimagined what’s possible in 3D printing, reaching for new levels of realism, accuracy, speed, and performance. Learn how Stratasys innovations help the world’s leading companies gain business agility and competitive advantage. PADT and Stratasys help the best organizations in the world to make things better with 3D printing. In fact, there are more than 140,000 Stratasys systems installed around the world. Through our 3D printing devices, engineering quality materials, cloud-connected software, and comprehensive service offerings, we help our users digitally transform the entire product development and manufacturing value chain.

Choose Stratasys product by technology:

Fused Depostion Modeling (FDM)
Stratasys P3 Technology
Programmable PhotoPolymerization (P3)
PolyJet
Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF)
Stereolithography (SL)

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Stratasys F170

The all-in-one rapid prototyping system.

Stratasys F190 CR

Supplement your fixture and part fabrication with FDM composite 3D printing to gain speed, throughput, and cost benefits.

Stratasys F270

The all-in-one rapid prototyping system.

Stratasys F370

The all-in-one rapid prototyping system.

Stratasys F370 CR

Supplement your fixture and part fabrication with FDM composite 3D printing to gain speed, throughput, and cost benefits.

Stratasys Materials & Consumables

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Stratasys Case Studies

Stratasys 3d Printing And Production Systems Case Studies

PRODUCTION FLOOR TRENDS: JUSTIFYING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING THROUGH JIGS & FIXTURES

According to three owners of Stratasys Fortus machines, one-year profit gains ranged from $60,000 to $230,000 from just a few fixture-related applications.

There is an often-overlooked additive manufacturing (AM) application with potentially huge financial returns. Savings can be so large that they can justify the purchase of an AM (or 3D printing) system in far less time than the typical three- to fiveyear payback period the financial officer will demand. The application is jig and fixture making — which also includes gauges, organizational aids and other manufacturing devices. AM produces these tools by adding material in an automated, layer-by-layer process rather than removing material with a cutter or forming it in a mold.

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