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Stratasys buys cloud-based software start-up Riven
Stratasys has acquired quality assurance software start-up Riven. Members of the Riven team will be integrated into the Stratasys Software business unit.
McLaren Racing 3D prints 9,000 parts a year
McLaren Racing is responding to tighter vehicle production time and budget limits from the FIA by 3D printing tens of thousands of parts with large next-generation Neo800 stereolithography 3D printers from Stratasys.
Stratasys adds origin one dental 3D printer to its portfolio
Stratasys has introduced the Stratasys Origin One Dental to its portfolio of 3D printing solutions for dental.
Contract awarded to Stratasys by the US Navy
The US Navy has issued Stratasys a $20m contract to purchase up to 25 Stratasys F900 3D printers over the next five years, with delivery of the first eight expected before the end of 2021. In addition to the printers, the contract includes initial support and sustainment, materials, and development of initial training for the supplied systems.
Stratasys to pursue its sustainability agenda
Stratasys has announced its commitment to lead 3D printing with an ESG-focused offering, establishing its ‘Stratasys Sustainability’ function and appointing Rosa Coblens as Vice President of Sustainability. Stratasys said a commitment to a circular economy, climate action, and social impact is paramount to building on its 30+ years of leadership in polymer 3D printing.
Stratasys launches 3D printing triple play
Stratasys has introduced three new 3D printers that together address a large portion of the multibillion-dollar market opportunity in additive manufacturing of end-use parts. The systems collectively are aimed at accelerating the shift from traditional to additive manufacturing for low-to-mid-volume production applications underserved by traditional manufacturing methods.
FDM 3D printers to produce aircraft parts for OEMs
UK-based Senior Aerospace BWT has enhanced its capability in additive manufacturing by installing Stratasys FDM 3D printers to spearhead the design, production and deployment of 3D-printed interior aircraft parts for its customers.
SAF technology for production-scale 3D printing
Stratasys has shared the first details about its upcoming line of powder bed fusion-based 3D printers. The new H Series Production Platform will be powered by Selective Absorption Fusion technology specifically designed to meet the needs of volume manufacturing. Commercial availability of 3D printers based on SAF technology is currently expected in the third quarter of 2021.
Stratasys awarded airbus contract extension
Stratasys announced it has been awarded a contract extension for production of 3D printed polymer cabin interior components. While the initial contract with Stratasys was focused on production parts for the A350, this contract extension expands the range of parts printed for Airbus to include replacement and spare parts for maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) as well as parts for aircraft platforms (such as A300, A330, A340 and A320) in addit...
Stratasys acquires stereolithography 3D printer provider
Stratasys has announced it has acquired UK-based RP Support (RPS), a provider of industrial stereolithography 3D printers and solutions. RPS’ complementary technology further expands Stratasys’ polymer suite of solutions across the product life cycle, from concept modeling to manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing platform for polymer production
Stratasys has signed an agreement to acquire 3D printing start-up Origin in a transaction for total consideration of up to $100 million, including cash and stock, hoping to bring new additive manufacturing platform to polymer production. The merger enables Stratasys to expand its leadership through innovation in the fast-growing mass production parts segment with a next-generation photopolymer platform. Subject to various approvals and other clos...
Stratasys F900 3D Printers for aerospace application
In what is one of its largest single orders to date, Stratasys, has announced that Latvia-based specialist aerospace additive manufacturing service provider, AM Craft, has purchased four large-scale production-grade Stratasys F900 3D Printers to provide certifiable 3D printed parts for a much wider range of aircraft interior applications.
3D printers help cut costs at BAE Systems
BAE Systems has added a fourth Stratasys F900 3D Printer to its manufacturing site in Samlesbury, UK, in a continued effort to reduce costs and improve production agility.
3D printer accelerates product design, cuts costs
Time to market and costs weigh heavily on the minds of design engineers and industrial designers. To accelerate product development Stratasys has introduced the J55 3D Printer to create fast, full-colour design realism at about a third of the price of enterprise-class PolyJet printers, and in a smaller format so it sits comfortably in offices, design studios or classrooms.
3D printed protection equipment to help with COVID-19
Stratasys has announced a global mobilisation of the company’s 3D printing resources and expertise to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, spanning its Stratasys, GrabCAD, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing and partner network with donated printing capacity across all regions. The initial focus is on providing thousands of disposable face shields for use by medical personnel.
Cost-effective 3D printer for enterprises
Unleashing the power of 3D printed realism to a broader range of product designers and enterprise shops, Stratasys has unveiled the new J826 3D Printer at 3DEXPERIENCE World. At about half the price of other J8-series PolyJet printers, the J826 combines part realism and productivity, including full PANTONE-Validated colour and multi-material 3D printing.
3D printer brings simulation to functional anatomical models
Stratasys is further extending its commitment to the medical industry with the new J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer. Designed to replicate the feel, responsiveness, and biomechanics of human anatomy in medical models - the system improves surgical preparedness and training while helping bring new medical devices to market faster.
Production of functional air intake prototype cuts manufacturing time
Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), the British manufacturer of the recently launched Mono R, and Stratasys have revealed the impact additive manufacturing is having on the design and production of the latest edition to the BAC elite supercar offering. When faced with detrimental delays to the design process of an essential airbox, the team turned to Stratasys FDM additive manufacturing to produce fully functional prototypes in r...
BioMimics: highly realistic 3D-printed models of human anatomy
Stratasys has unveiled BioMimics – a highly advanced capability to 3D print medical models that are engineered to meet demands of the industry’s leading hospitals, researchers and medical device manufacturers. Offered initially in North America as a service through Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, BioMimics provides incredibly realistic, functionally-accurate 3D printed replicas of complex anatomical structures - empowering more effect...
A different dimension to pit lane engineering
This Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix will see McLaren adopt a slightly different approach to providing parts to its Formula 1 cars. The Woking-based racing team are planning to 3D print parts at trackside, which it believes will give the team an advantage if they need to make last minute changes.