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PolyJet Technology

Stratasys 3D printers powered by PolyJet Photopolymers provide levels of detail and realism in their finished products that exceed other 3D printing technologies. It is the only technology with the ability to both simulate a variety of materials and engineering plastics and combine colors and material into one finished product. Additionally, this technology features a variety of specialty materials including Dental and Biocompatible.

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FDM Technology

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology uses production-grade thermoplastics to create parts that are designed to be accurate, easily replicated and stable over time. FDM Thermoplastics offers many familiar materials including ABS, PC and high-performance ULTEM 1010 and ULTEM 9085 to use for 3D printing concept models, prototypes, tools and end-use parts.

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Stereolithography Technology

Combines high resolution and fine build layers with a generous build capacity capable of producing highly detailed parts, prototypes and casting patterns in large scale. What sets our solution apart is the open source material capability and the ability to configure the printer for different materials, which gives operators the flexibility of using any 355nm resin.

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Metal Printing Technology

Traditionally, metal 3D printing has been known to be too expensive for prototyping and not efficient enough for mass production. But with Desktop Metal's two new systems, metal 3D printing is being pushed beyond its current limits. See how the Studio printer and Production printer cover the full product life cycle—from prototyping to mass production.

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Electronic Printing Technology

Are you interested in 3D printing electronics? If you answered "yes", then Nano Dimension's PCB 3D printer might be for you. By combining the power of 3D printing, nanotechnology and inkjet technology, this solution brings conductive inks and PCB prototyping to market. Your company can finally solve the problem of multi-layer printed circuit boards and develop electronics using 100% additive methods.

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Whether you are a hobbyist or looking for a shop floor solution, explore a Makerbot 3D printer for a fast, easy and affordable option for making professional-quality FDM models. Think and build bigger than ever as you create professional-quality, high-resolution prototypes and complex models. Print multiple parts at once so you can get to work on your next design sooner.

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TriMech offers a powerful range of additive manufacturing materials, including clear, rubberlike and biocompatible photopolymers, and tough high-performance thermoplastics. This variety lets you maximize the benefits of 3D printing throughout your product-development cycle.

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Additive Manufacturing Applications

Stratasys 3D printing supports a wide range of applications from rapid prototyping and production parts to manufacturing tools. Click here to see how PolyJet and FDM technology are empowering your industry to develop game-changing solutions. 

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3D printing is revolutionizing education, providing students and researchers with tools to solve real-world problems inside the classroom. Companies like Stratasys, MakerBot and Artec offer a wide range of education technologies to engage young minds, prepare promising students for STEAM careers and let innovation prosper.

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