August 12, 2016
To help advance 3D printing services, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing has formed the Professional Services group. According to the company, the division will help businesses figure out how and where to implement additive manufacturing and quantify its impact.
Services are available for engineers, designers and management teams to understand when and where to utilize 3D printing and how to integrate these advanced technologies into their production workflow, a press release states. Manufacturers can aid the adoption cycle internally, improve productivity and product quality, and reduce the costs and constraints associated with traditional manufacturing through these services.
“There’s a knowledge gap on how to advance manufacturing. We have the capabilities and expertise to close this gap because we understand traditional manufacturing and the 3D printing industry,” said Bob Wolter, Professional Services manager at Stratasys Direct Manufacturing. “While some manufacturers are unsure when or where to start incorporating 3D printing, others need additional expertise to maximize integration. We can help no matter where your organization is in the process. We take a technology-agnostic approach to consulting by providing you with all of the options, including those not offered by a Stratasys entity. You decide the best path for your organization.”
For more information, visit Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.