Articles by: Stratasys Ltd.

For over 30 years Stratasys have been pioneering 3D Printing technology, solving problems, questioning, inventing and reinventing. Continually asking, “How can we help our customers turn a great idea into a great success?”

Using Additive Manufacturing for Custom Metal Form Tooling

Custom Metal Forming

Using production-grade FDM thermoplastics for 3D printed metal forming tools allows manufacturers to go from a form tool design to production in as little as a week. Many tools can be 3D printed in less than 24 hours with no human intervention! 3D Printed Metal Forming…

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Designing for Additive Manufacturing in the Heavy Equipment Industry

In this article learn how 3D printing / additive manufacturing with a Stratasys F770 in the heavy equipment industry addresses common manufacturing challenges and reduces costs compared to traditional manufacturing and CNC machining. While processes like machining, molding and casting have proven to be reliable…

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How to Reduce Production Cost with Additive Manufacturing

Reduce production cost

As a manufacturer, you are always looking for ways to reduce your production costs. The latest solution you may be considering is 3D printing / additive manufacturing. In this white paper learn how 3D printing reduces manufacturing cost with the latest materials and techniques. More…

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3D Printing Use Case: Ford Mustang Quarter Glass Alignment Fixture

Ford Mustang 3D printed alignment fixture

Ford Motor Company, founded by Henry Ford in 1903, is a leading American automobile manufacturer headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan. The Ford Mustang line has been produced since 1964, making it the longest-produced Ford car. Challenge The fixture used to accurately position and install the quarter…

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Meet the Stratasys Neo – Proven Stereolithography 3D Printing Technology

Stratasys Neo Stereolithography 3D Printer

The Neo 3D printer is designed for building 3D models using the stereolithography (SL) technique, a form of 3D printing technology used for creating prototypes, rapid tooling and master patterns in a layer-by-layer fashion. What is stereolithography? Stereolithography, an additive manufacturing process, uses a vat…

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Daikin Applied uses FDM 3D printing to produce HVAC panel spacers

Injection mold alternative 3D printed HVAC panel spacers

Established in 1924, Daikin Applied is a world-leading provider of air conditioning and heating systems for residential, commercial and industrial properties. With over 100 production facilities worldwide, Daikin employs leading technologies like additive manufacturing to create solutions that improve air comfort and quality. Challenge Spacers…

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7 Time-saving Paths to Simplified Prototyping with the Stratasys J35

3D Printed Prototype

Product designers and engineers are often faced with same challenge — how to make a prototype faster and easier. Learn how a cost effective office-friendly Stratasys 3D printer can help. Creating parts and prototypes that test form, fit and function can be difficult, time-consuming and…

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Producing Lightweight, Durable Robot Parts on Stratasys Origin One

Origin One parts

Ghost Robotics™ produces four-legged autonomous unmanned robots with all-terrain stability that can operate in almost any environment. These quadruped robots are size scalable, ultra-agile, high endurance and easy to program. Simple mechanical systems increase the robots’ durability, agility and endurance. The robots’ modular design supports…

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Food packaging design: promoting prototype readability

VeroUltra for beverage and food packaging design

Use Case – Using Stratasys® VeroUltra™ materials to power in-house rapid prototyping for beverage and food packaging. Challenge When creating bottle packaging, designers value quick iteration, readability and a streamlined decision-making process. However, this is not always achievable when prototyping with traditional blow-molded plastic or…

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