“We are accelerating into the Additive Manufacturing 2.0 era, in which we see global manufacturing leaders move beyond prototyping to fully embrace the agility that 3D printing offers,” said Stratasys CEO Dr. Yoav Zeif. “The disruptions we see on both the supply and demand side of global supply chains are a clear sign that the status quo isn’t working. Additive manufacturing gives companies the total flexibility to decide when, where, and how to produce parts.”
SAF Technology Powers New H350 3D Printer for Production Scale
The Stratasys H350 3D printer, is powered by SAF technology to deliver production-level throughput for end-use parts. It’s designed to give manufacturers production consistency, a competitive and predictable cost per part, and complete control for the production of thousands of parts.
Stratasys is using certified third-party materials for H Series systems. The initial material is Stratasys High Yield PA11, which is a bio-based plastic made from sustainable castor oil.
Stratasys Origin One Brings Production Scale 3D Printing for Detailed and Intricate Parts
The Origin One 3D printer uses proprietary P3 technology and a software-first architecture to produce parts at volume in a wide range of open, certified third-party materials with industry-leading accuracy, detail, finish, repeatability, and time to part.
Making Easy Work of Big Parts with F770 FDM 3D printer
The Stratasys F770 3D printer is ideal for big parts. This FDM 3D printer features the longest fully heated build chamber on the market and a generous build volume of 601 x 610 x 1000mm.
Soluble support material simplifies post processing, while GrabCAD Print software streamlines workflow and enterprise connectivity is enabled through the MTConnect standard and the GrabCAD SDK.Learn more at Stratasys.com