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Hear firsthand from Stratasys Direct Manufacturing experts why they’re excited about Stereolithography and why it is a valuable rapid prototyping tool.
Discover how PolyJet 3D printing creates detailed, beautiful parts faster than any other technology at Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.
Learn more about Stereolithography's process and common applications.
Discover how Laser Sintering uses a CO2 laser to heat and fuse thermoplastic powder to build production parts and prototypes.
Watch our Technology Video to learn how urethane casting utilizes 3D printed master patterns to create economical, low volume parts and gets your product to market first.
Learn about the unrivaled strength and accuracy of FDM, and how it's speed and materials are utilized across industries from aerospace to energy.
Discover the steps involved in 3D printing metal with Direct Metal Laser Sintering technology.
3D printing doesn’t refer to one kind of manufacturing or technological process and therefore a well-rounded understanding requires an in-depth look into all available 3D printing systems.
Making your part its best takes more than just a machine. It takes a team of attentive experts behind the technology, working to validate processes and collaborate with you.
Designed and made in California, Onewheel 3D prints high-quality components, including carbon fiber parts, to create a strong and reliable product.
3D printing enables designers and engineers to envision detailed, complex geometries for next-generation parts. Here's what that looks like.
We offer key resources, including design guidelines, white papers and other services to help you advance your idea and develop your product.H ere's what that looks like.
Part suppliers can simply send digital files to Stratasys Direct and access large manufacturing capacities for spare parts. Here's what that looks like.
Our 3D printing services offer production runs with technologies that utilize thermoplastics and metals. Here's what that looks like.
We offer a range of services to help choose manufacturing methods and plan for your application. Here's what that looks like.