3D Printing Technologies
MAKING MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY BETTER, TOGETHER
Stratasys Direct offers 3d printing services and conventional manufacturing
services using a wide variety of additive technologies like PolyJet,
FDM, DMLS. SLA, and SLS and subtractive technologies
like CNC, Cast Urethane, and Injection Molding.
Make Your Part
Stratasys Direct Is Technology Agnostic
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing offers expansive, in-house 3D printing and manufacturing services. In fact, our sizable fleet of 3D printing machines makes us one of the largest additive manufacturing service providers worldwide.
Our goal is to empower organizations to revolutionize product development by continuously pushing the limits and improving manufacturing technologies.
FDM offers 3D printing’s design freedom coupled with strong engineering-grade thermoplastics to create robust parts ideal for functional prototyping and production.
Create parts in unparalleled resolution and detail with PolyJet. Incorporate multiple materials, from flexible to rigid, and full color directly into your component for aesthetic models and prototypes.
Direct Metal Laser Sintering
DMLS accurately forms complex geometries not possible with traditional metal manufacturing methods. The strong, dense metal parts are produced faster than other manufacturing methods.
Laser Sintering creates tough and geometrically complex components in a wide variety of applications. The parts are strong, water and air-tight, heat resistant and repeatable.
HP Multi Jet Fusion
HP Multi Jet Fusion offers expanded possibilities for low-cost production parts. The manufacturing process builds complex, fine-detailed components in nearly half the time of other similar technologies.
Create CNC Machined parts with unrivaled speed with our fast methods and large capacity. Our experienced engineers ensure the highest standards with our cutting-edge equipment.
Our fast tooling methods deliver high quantities of repeatable, injection molded parts to your team. With near-unlimited material choices, injection molding remains a reliable choice for fabrication.