With headquarters both in the US and Israel, Stratasy is one of the global leaders in professional 3D printers. It is publicly traded and reported total revenues for 359 million dollars in FY 2012. Stratasys systems range from affordable desktop 3D printers to large, advanced 3D production systems, making 3D printing more accessible. Stratasys 3D Printers employs FDM Technology (Fused Deposition Modeling) for its reliability on durable parts, and PolyJet Technology for its smooth, detailed surfaces and ability to combine multiple materials in the same printed object Other Stratasys' technologies include an inkjet-style method to build parts from liquid photopolymers in fine droplets, immediately cured with ultraviolet light, as well as SCP Technology (Smooth Curvature Printing) to produce finely detailed models for lost-wax casting and mold-making. The Stratasys portfolio of specially engineered 3D printing materials is the most comprehensive in the industry. It includes nearly 150 PolyJet photopolymers and FDM thermoplastics. MakerBot, a subsidiary of Stratasys since 2013, manufactures the company’s prosumer desktop 3D printers in Brooklyn, New York. It maintains the Thingiverse design-sharing community and facilitates a wide network of user groups. Stratasys also manufactures SolidScape 3D Printers and operates RedEye On Demand digital manufacturing service. Through its network of certified resellers, Stratasys is indirectly present around the globe. The company maintains dual headquarters in Eden Prairie, Minnesota and Rehovot, Israel. Stratasys holds nearly 500 granted or pending additive manufacturing patents worldwide. Le stampanti FDM di Stratasys Mojo uPrint SE uPrint SE Plus Dimension 1200es Dimension Elite Fortus 250mc Fortus 360mc Fortus 400mc Fortus 900mc

Range of Services

  • Polyjet
  • FDM
  • SCP

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