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Stratasys introduced a new PEKK thermoplastic material

Stratasys has introduced a new polyetherketoneketone (PEKK) thermoplastic material for its fused deposition modeling (FDM) process. Antero 800NA reportedly offers significant advantages for many manufacturers, including lighter-weight parts and reduced inventories. Antero 800NA…

3D Printing Company Stratasys prints parts for Chocolate Production

Dutch 3D service bureau Visual First is using a fused deposition modeling (FDM) carbon-fiber reinforced polyamide (PA) 12 thermoplastic to replace metal machined parts for its customer, The Chocolate Factory. The 35% chopped…

Stratasys debuts next-generation 3D-printed medical models

3D printing technology pioneer Stratasys introduced BioMimics, which provides highly realistic, functionally accurate 3D-printed replicas of complex anatomical structures. Available as a service through Stratasys Direct Manufacturing in North America, BioMimics empowers more effective…

formnext 2017: Stratasys will show how the company is delivering its value offering for rapid prototyping

Next month’s formnext exhibition in Frankfurt (14 – 17 November) will see global leader in applied additive technologies, Stratasys, demonstrate how the company is directly addressing the exacting and varied needs of manufacturers,…

Stratasys and Desktop Metal extend their strategic partnership

Stratasys Ltd., the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, and Desktop Metal today announced an extension of their strategic partnership – designed to accelerate accessibility and adoption of metal additive manufacturing. Built…

Stratasys showcases next generation manufacturing technologies

Stratasys, the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, has presented next generation manufacturing technologies as part of its SHAPING WHAT’S NEXT™ vision for manufacturing. SHAPING WHAT’S NEXT builds on Stratasys’ industrial FDM®…

Multi-material polychromatic prototypes and objects in a single printing session

Today we can, with the new 3D J750 printer by Stratasys The American producer of mobile phone covers OtterBox was the first testimonial of the presentation to the international press and to the…

Atlas V rockets with 3D printed components launched

A partnership between Lockheed Martin and Boeing, has started sending Atlas V rockets into orbit using several 3D printed parts made from advanced thermoplastic materials developed for them by Stratasys. Not only do…

Professional 3D printing within the reach of SMEs

Manufacturing high-quality pilot moulds through additive technology is becoming more and more accessible. Thanks also to Stratasys that has refined its range introducing 3D printers that, at a very competitive price, produce identical…

Partnership on 3D printing between Stratasys and Vital Images

Vital Images, Inc., (Vital), a leading provider of enterprise imaging solutions, and Stratasys, Ltd. (Nasdaq:SSYS), the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, signs a partnership to develop an industry first print-on-demand service…

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