Go from idea to manufacturing ready prototype in a matter of hours
with Stratasys 3D printers
Stratasys 3D Printers dramatically tighten design and development cycles, improve communication and collaboration, and resolve issues between design and engineering. They speed products to market and reduce costly mistakes — all while keeping your intellectual property onsite. Very soon, you’ll wonder,
As the first binder jetting system designed for machine shops, Shop SystemTM lets your shop take advantage of affordable, high-quality binder jetting technology. It prints end-use metal parts with unrivaled speed, print quality and productivity. A complete, end-to-end solution, the Shop SystemTM includes a printer, powder station and furnace, and easily integrates with your existing shop operations.
The Desktop Metal InnoventX is engineered to 3D print high-density near-net-shape parts in a wide range of standard MIM powders, metal alloys, ceramics, or technical composites. Powered by Triple ACT Powder Compaction and a piezoelectric print head system, the InnoventX produces parts with tight tolerances, excellent surface quality, and the part density needed for functional applications. Discover how binder jetting can enhance education, research, prototyping, rapid product development, and the short-run production of small components.
Figur G15 is the first commercial platform to directly shape standard sheet metal on demand from a digital design file using all-new, patent-pending Digital Sheet Forming (DSF) technology. This translates into no stamping tools, molds, dies, or presses that traditional sheet metal fabrication requires.
FiberTM is the world’s first desktop 3D printer that lets users build high-resolution parts with the industrial-grade continuous fiber composite materials used in automated fiber placement (AFP) processes. Users can print parts of exceptional strength and stiffness (twice the strength of steel at 20% of the weight), in a broad range of materials that previously required million-dollar AFP systems. All from their desktop.