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.
Stratasys in the News
3D printing companies and medical researchers are coming together to accelerate production of nasal swab designs to quickly address COVID-19-related shortages.
Measure reflects shift to leaner operating model.
In Video News Roundup for May 29, 2020, the Covent-19 ventilator design challenge enters phase II, 3D printing and scanning firm Prototek helps restore Florence Baptistery cathedral door, Autodesk Fusion 360 adds 3D printing tools, 3D Heals virtual conference set for June
Stratasys providing pro bono 3D printing services for global, open-innovation initiative led by Boston anesthesiology resident physicians.
A total of 37 universities that excel in AI software and autonomous vehicle engineering have formed 31 teams to officially enter this first-of-its-kind challenge.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
GrabCAD, StrataSys, Ximedica launch design challenge to address ventilator shortage
Stratasys launches project to enlist 3D printer users to contribute to personal protective equipment production
Two Stratasys Fortus 450mc 3D Printers mark the start of Siemens Mobility’s ‘Easy Sparovation Part’ expansion to Russia, enabling rapid spare part production for 16 high-speed trains in operation.
Stratasys J826 PolyJet 3D printer rounds out the company’s line of line of full-color, multi-material photopolymer 3D printers as a model “designed for designers.”