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In industries like aerospace, medical, transportation and consumer products, additive manufacturing has increasingly become a production solution for top companies.
During the planning phase of the product development life cycle, our prototyping services and manufacturing expertise will help you prepare to move into mass production.
Our advanced manufacturing services make the design process easy, with rapid prototyping, thorough Design Guidelines and helpful Design Services.
The medical industry is rapidly embracing the cutting-edge production of 3D printed anatomical models for bettering patient outcomes.
The latest material available in 3D printing is Copper (C18150) specifically developed by Stratasys Direct to fill the void in the AM market.
Whether the idea is to solve a problem or improve upon a previous product, engineers start with research to inform their product development.
CNC Machining FDM parts has proved to be another tool 3D printing customers can take advantage of for optimized and dimensional accuracy.
Engineers and designers looking to take advantage of 3D printing for prototyping should consider these key considerations before getting started.
Discover the key considerations and the advantages of working with photopolymers and their related 3D printing technologies.
Low cost and quick to produce, 3D printed concept models serve marketing programs like photoshoots for ad creative or tradeshows and sales efforts.
Ensure the availability of spare parts for your customers and reduce lead times and costs associated with large and obsolete inventories with 3D printing.
Learn about the differences between injection molding thermoplastics and thermoplastics used in 3D printing processes, including key design considerations.
Making a quality 3D printed part takes more than just a machine. It takes a responsive engineering team behind the technology working to ensure quality.
Save time and money on any 3D printing project with these 7 tips. With Stratasys Direct's expertise, you can optimize your part at the best possible price.
The future of manufacturing includes integrating additive manufacturing into the traditional supply chain to move into the future.
Ideal for consumer prototypes and anatomical models, PolyJet Multi-Color brings projects to life.
The use of additive manufacturing for aircraft interiors continues to be a primary application for the aerospace industry.
Metal casting at foundries is a centuries old manufacturing process that can be significantly impacted by the benefits of 3d printing.
Stratasys Direct's experts and advanced manufacturing solutions will take your design from prototype to final production part.
It can be difficult to determine which material fits the profile for your project - these considerations and our Material Wizard are here to help.
Check out these 3D printed trophies produced for the industry winners at one of the biggest conventions in the industry – RAPID + TCT.
There are five industries in particular where the amazing capabilities of additive manufacturing have transformed production.
ID-Light is a proprietary build style that features a scaffolding-like internal structure, available with both Stereolithography and FDM.
Owning a 3D printer and outsourcing don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Check out these four considerations for when to use a 3D printing service bureau.
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing offers customized manufacturing solutions for your company by evaluating your operations and identifying opportunities.
Learn how we ensure superior quality additive metal parts through precision machining, finishing, in-house quality controls, and job tracking.
The four factors that must be in conjunction with one another for a balanced design: size, layer resolution, wall thickness and orientation.
The improvements offered by 3D printed jigs and fixtures can add up to major advantages for your company with reduced lead times and cost savings.
The differences between 3D printing technologies can influence parts significantly. These 7 questions will help you identify the process for your project.
Streamline conventional manufacturing processes and cost-effectively bring your product to market faster with additive manufacturing and cross-technologies.
Don’t let the complexity of 3D printing slow down your project goals. Get to market quickly with these five 3D printing tips to save you time.
As you choose the materials & technology for your product, we can provide guidance on which finishing options can help you realize your product objectives.
This new propeller provides users with improved run times and top speeds thanks to the optimized hydrodynamic design.d Concepts proved the reliability, functionality, and usability of metal 3D printing with the creation of the world's first 3D printed metal gun.
Our new method creates foam parts faster using 3D printed molds built with Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and ABS thermoplastic.
Learn the advantages and differences between LS and FDM technology and discover the best process for your project.
Wherever you are in your design process, you’re not limited in manufacturing solutions. Learn more about designing over-molded parts.
Your business needs 3D printed parts. Do you buy a 3D printer or order parts through a 3D printing service provider?
Knowing the differences will lead you to the best process choice for your project. Here are the top four differences between PolyJet and Stereolithography.
What challenges are holding additive manufacturing back from widespread adoption? We set out to find the answer through our recent industry survey.
Each metal 3D printing material adds a unique range of mechanical properties to broaden perfect-fit applications.
CNC machining is traditionally used to manufacture low volume, end-use parts, but it has also been adopted as a secondary process for additive manufacturing technology.
Consider cast urethanes as an economical manufacturing method as you move into the final stages of product development.
Investment casting patterns can be made faster and with less expense with additive manufacturing technologies like Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM).
The added strength and aesthetics of electroplated parts lend themselves well to functional prototyping and end use applications. And electroplating is just one of a number of finishing services we offer at Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to help you perfect your part.
Cast urethane molding is an efficient, cost-effective way to produce 100 to 1,000 end use parts in advanced formula polyurethanes.
How do you know which one is right for your parts? In order to better understand your options, it is important to know how each process works.
As our limited production run of John Browning's classic handgun design gets underway, we'd like to take you behind-the-scenes and show you how a 3D printed metal gun is manufactured at Stratasys Direct.
Helpful information and general rules of thumb for the design process to optimize 3D printing quotes.
Nanufacturers have discovered Fused Deposition Modeling as an alternative production process for paper pulp molding.
Entrepreneur used 3D printing to determine the functionality, look and feel of a baby bottle design.
3D printing plays an unprecendented role in the innovative cleats worn by Super Bowl football players.
Since the general properties of photopolymers widely vary, it is important to know which type of material is right for your model.
Stratasys Direct proved the reliability, functionality, and usability of metal 3D printing with the creation of the world's first 3D printed metal gun.