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Stratasys Set to Disrupt Traditional Stereolithography 3D Printing with New Configurable, Large-Scale System

Additive Manufacturing

Backed by strategic alliance with DSM, first-of-its-kind stereolithography 3D printer powered by multiple years of proven runtime and verified materials. Stratasys’ entrance into the stereolithography segment is really a game-changer for the industry. About Stratasys.

Stratasys Unveiling New F120 and V650 Flex 3D Printers…and One is an SLA!

3DPrint.com

Two years ago, Stratasys introduced its professional F123 3D printer series at SOLIDWORKS World 2017, designed for use in the office and classroom. The series consists of three user-friendly models. View the entire article via our website.

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Stratasys Direct Manufacturing Partners With SOMOS® to Accelerate Stereolithography Material Innovation

Additive Manufacturing

Partnership gives Stratasys Direct Manufacturing customers access to market’s most extensive offering of premium SOMOS® materials. April 5, 2016 – Companies building 3D printed parts now have easier access to newer and more advanced Stereolithography (SL) materials than ever before.

With 3D printing materials, knowledge is power

Leslie's Blog

The more you know about available materials, the easier it will be to get the final build results you seek. The key to a thriving 3D printing / additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) industry will be materials. And users continue to question the high costs of some materials.

Exclusive – Stratasys Direct Manufacturing at the Forefront of Additive Manufacturing in Medicine

Additive Manufacturing

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing , based in Valencia, California, and a division of Stratasys , provided 3D printed brain, skull and aneurysm models to the St. Photo courtesy of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing. Photo courtesy of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.

5 Things to Know About Stratasys Direct Manufacturing

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The Stratasys service bureau is more than just a 3D printing service provider. With 8 facilities across North America, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing tailors services to fit production needs – from the smallest rapid prototyping project to high-volume injection molding orders. There’s more than meets the eye at Stratasys Direct, so I’ve broken down five key things you may not know about the service bureau. Stratasys Direct has produced 20 million parts to date.

Stratasys Extreme Redesign Challenge: Five Tips for a Winning Design

Stratasys

Stratasys, Ltd.’s Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is excited to be a part of this annual contest that challenges students worldwide to solve an unmet need in our world or improve on a current solution while leveraging the power of 3D printing.

Proto Labs Adds PolyJet Technology to Industrial 3D Printing Service

3DPrint.com

3D Printers 3D Printing Business 3d printed prototypes 3d printing service 3d printing service provider 3d printing services Advanced Design & Manufacturing Expo Agilus30 Direct Metal Laser Sintering elastomeric materials industrial 3d printing polyjet PolyJet 3D Printing Polyjet Connex3 Polyjet technology proto labs proto labs 3d print rapid manufacturing technology selective laser sintering stereolithography Stratasys Objet260 Connex 3D printer Stratasys Objet350 Connex 3

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing – 3D Printing Gives Flight to Humanitarian Efforts

Additive Manufacturing

by Stratasys Direct Manufacturing. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing teamed with Structural Integrity Engineering to further efforts on the latest Flying Eye Hospital for Orbis. Flying Eye Hospital (Photo courtesy of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing). Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.

Stratasys Merging with Makerbot

Tales of a 3D Printer

Stratasys, maker of expensive, industrial-quality 3D printers is merging with Makerbot, the leader in accessible, desktop 3D printers. Stratasys was founded in 1988, just two years after 3D Systems , which is credited as the first 3D printing company. 3D News Hardware and Materials

How to insure a design is 3D printable

Leslie's Blog

–Don’t think about designing for manufacturability; simply create the design and address manufacturing later. These are common bits of advice when it comes to developing a design for additive manufacturing. Stratasys Ltd.

Dr. Hans Langer Selected for AMUG Innovators Award

Additive Manufacturing

Previous recipients include technology creators Chuck Hull, Scott Crump, and Carl Deckard—inventors of Stereolithography, Fused Deposition Modeling, and Selective Laser Sintering, respectively—Fried Vancraen, founder of Materialise, and Gideon Levy of Technology Turn Around. MILWAUKEE, WISC.,

Industry Highlight: 3D Printing and Foundries

Stratasys

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing has for more than 20 years worked to introduce the benefits of 3D printing to numerous foundries in the United States and Canada. 3D printing offers an effective tool-less solution for investment casting patterns with Stereolithography (SL).

7 Questions to Ask Yourself When Choosing a 3D Printing Technology and Material

Stratasys

Today there are a plethora of 3D printing processes and materials to choose from and it’s only growing. To help you start to filter out certain processes and materials, we put together a selection methodology: Application – What is the purpose of the end product?

Four Key Factors for a Balanced Design

Stratasys

Across the broad spectrum of additive manufacturing technologies, there are key factors to consider when designing for 3D printing. Below are the details of these key factors to properly execute your design: 1. The Balance of Design.

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing – Developing Flight-Ready Production Hardware with Laser Sintering

Additive Manufacturing

By Stratasys Direct Manufacturing | Case Study. It looks to set the pace for the industry and provide exceptional value for its customers with superior design. Traditional manufacturing processes were too cumbersome to fulfill Bell’s design for the complicated parts.

Roush Invests in New Additive Manufacturing Equipment

Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing is a process that creates a physical object from a digital design. Increasing these additive manufacturing capabilities and topology optimization technologies complement other Roush offerings, such as performance testing, product design and advanced engineering.

Additive manufacturing moves beyond the “cool” phase

Leslie's Blog

The majority of the 700 respondents are familiar with additive and it’s benefits–79% know AM gives users access to more complex design capabilities. The respondent makeup was 47% engineer, 15% designer, 14% executive, 13% other, and 9% project manager.

Key Considerations for Weighing the Purchase of a 3D Printer

3D Printing Review

All are capable of printing end use parts, but each process lends itself to different applications and material options, and not all machines executing a particular process are created equal. Clockwise, from top left: SLS, DLP, FDM, PolyJet, Stereolithography (fuzzy due to camera), DMLS.

3D Printing with Photopolymers

Stratasys

Photopolymers are thermoset materials, or polymers, that change properties when exposed to ultraviolet light. These materials can be clear or opaque, flexible and rigid, and can be specially formulated to accommodate unique application needs. Stereolithography.

3D Printing for Beginners: A Dictionary

i.materialise

Learning the different materials and technologies gets even more complicated with the often complex 3D printing terminology. Additive technologies are defined as the process of joining materials to make 3D objects. CAD – Computer Aided Design. SL/SLA – Stereolithography.

How service providers can meet your low-volume 3D printing needs

Leslie's Blog

To prototype a design, or even to handle short-run production, you would probably need: –one or more subtractive machines (such as a mill, lathe, drill press, stamping press, etc.). –materials for all the equipment you have.

7 ways to boost 3D printing efficiency

Leslie's Blog

While not secret, these efficiencies aren’t typically top of mind, so they might not be considered until later in the design process. Materials. One of the first aspects to consider is a part’s material because it dramatically impacts cost and lead time, not to mention which technology to use. In terms of cost, material pricing varies due to their physical, mechanical or chemical properties. 3D printing’s design freedom is one of its greatest benefits.

Top 3 Considerations Before Prototyping

Stratasys

With fast production and broadened design possibilities, 3D printing has become a go to for rapid prototyping. Engineers and designers looking to take advantage of 3D printing for prototyping should consider these key considerations before getting started.

Outsourcing options for 3D printing

Leslie's Blog

For Confederate Motors, its collaboration with 3D Systems On Demand Manufacturing, Quickparts, has given the bespoke motorcycle company the ability to turn even its most wildly imaginative designs into physical reality. Stratasys Manufacturing Direct. Stratasys Manufacturing Direct.

Five 3D Printing Tips to Save You Time

Stratasys

It’s imperative to prepare your files for the export with this in mind to ensure quality expectations and design intentions are maintained from CAD to final part production. Look at Design Guidelines. Stereolithography. Consider Your Material Needs.

3D Printing for Beginners: A Dictionary

i.materialise

Learning the different materials and technologies gets even more complicated with the often complex 3D printing terminology. Additive technologies are defined as the process of joining materials to make 3D objects. CAD – Computer Aided Design. SL/SLA – Stereolithography.

Outfitting the Future of Robotics with 3D Printing

Stratasys

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is assisting in the development of these futuristic machines by contributing advanced manufacturing solutions for building them. Wyle’s Integrated Science and Engineering Group in Houston designed Robonaut 2 (R2), a robot produced for tasks requiring dexterity.

Breaking the Mold with Cross-Technologies

Stratasys

At Stratasys Direct Manufacturing we have the unique ability to use additive manufacturing methods and technologies to streamline conventional manufacturing processes. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing has a large collection of materials to meet your production needs.

Reviving a Staple: How Additive Manufacturing Changes the Investment Casting Process

Stratasys

Traditionally, investment casting starts with the master pattern – a sculpted, machined or molded piece of wood or wax that’s shaped and designed like the final product. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing has developed a particular build style that is perfect for investment castings.

2017 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Speaker Preview

Stratasys

This year, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing will host five sessions on various additive manufacturing topics. The complimentary relationship between Laser Sintering (LS) and Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) has allowed for greater versatility in assessing a product’s design and manufacturability.

Top 7 Ways to Save with Efficient 3D Printing

Stratasys

Every customer wants to save time and money on their parts, and Stratasys Direct has a myriad of resources and tools to help you gain efficiencies with 3D printing. Consider the following factors that may impact price and lead times on a 3D printing quote: Materials.

From Prototypes to Production

Stratasys

Products are typically designed to be mass manufactured in thousands or hundreds of thousands, with prototypes being built and tested throughout the development process. Design and Engineering. The post From Prototypes to Production appeared first on Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.

Water Bottle for Runners Goes the Distance with Multiple 3D Printing Technologies

Stratasys

Instead, he turned to Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to build the parts. The Solo 8 TM cage was built with Stereolithography (SL), another additive process that relies on a laser to produce highly-detailed parts one layer at a time out of liquid photopolymers.

How 3D Printed Concept Models Enhance Marketing

Stratasys

There is no better way to evaluate the merits of a new product design than to bring it to life as a physical concept model. Product teams can prove out their next designs in full-detail by utilizing 3D printing for rapid prototyping.

3D Printing Runs the Distance [THROWBACK]

Stratasys

Jim sought a new solution to support runners, whether they are athletes training for the Olympics or a novice wanting to stay fit, and he chose Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to help bring his idea to life. Instead, he turned to Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to build the parts.

Taking Your Product to the Finishing Line

Stratasys

Additive manufacturing can make materials come to life in a single print. When cosmetics, specific surface roughness, or functional coatings are needed, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing’s expert finishing department rises to the occasion.

A Breakthrough in Better Anatomical Models

Stratasys

Highly accurate scans of the patient’s brain and aneurysm were translated into 3D CAD models and delivered to Stratasys Direct Manufacturing for production. Stereolithography was the ideal technology for the large, lightweight parts and the fine feature details of the bone models.

Seven Questions to Identify the Best 3D Printing Technology

Stratasys

The following seven questions will help you identify the best process and material for your unique project: 1. Depending on the performance needs of the 3D printed part, the build style and material used will vary.

Should You Buy a 3D Printer or Use a 3D Printing Service? 2015 Edition

Sculpteo

To achieve a fair comparison with last year results we use the same 3D designs but this time we also went a step further using a few other designs to show you a different approach to this costs analysis. Stratasys Mojo. Stratasys µPrint SE. Stratasys Objet30 Pro.

Will HP’s 3D Printing Technology Revolutionize the Industry?

3D Printing Review

A conceptual design for HP’s first Multi Jet Fusion printer. Professional 3D printers can be run in office environments, cost between $40,000 and $400,000, and use photopolymers as material and inkjet printheads for material deposition.

Definition of a 3D Model Maker

3D Rapid Pro

Once someone starts using materials and fabrication techniques they are able to refine their ideas to make them work. Those in the model making profession through experience and talent have advanced skills with fabrication techniques and their knowledge of what materials would work best.

Find the Right Technology for Your Application

Stratasys

Today’s advanced 3D printing and advanced manufacturing processes boast fantastic design feats, which can make it difficult to determine the right manufacturing technology for your project. This is partly because of the time required to print designs that exceed a 5×5” cube.