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7665 Commerce Way
Eden Prairie, Minnesota, 55344
United States of America
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For three decades, we’ve been inspired by the unique challenges our customers face every day. It’s what’s driven us to make them more competitive, more streamlined and more efficient, with products delivered faster and more accurately than ever. Today, those same customers trust us to find new and innovative solutions through our technology – and recognise us as the world leader in 3D printing.

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Henry Ford may not have invented the automobile, but his pioneering spirit did transform the way cars were made. His assembly line process drastically reduced costs with standardized parts and greater efficiency which led to lower cost, higher quality and greater reliability.
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Stratasys Parts Provider Network gives volume discounts and wholesale access to Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.

End-use parts printed using Stratasys additive manufacturing technology will be used for production vehicles in the upcoming Toyota GR Cup Series.

High-performance 3D printed windshield air vent and underside NACA duct featured on every car.

With the integration of KIMYA into its ecosystem, Stratasys can offer a wider range of materials.

First Validated materials for FDM 3D printers announced; P3 adds open, exploratory materials for Origin One 3D printer.

New printers and Nylon carbon fiber material open up new additive manufacturing avenues on the factory floor, company says.

Latest updates include new systems, software and materials.

The partnership will allow Xcentric to extend its additive manufacturing capabilities by outsourcing 3D printing projects to Stratasys Direct.

Examining the design and simulation software makers’ efforts to catch up with advances in 3D printing hardware.

Large-scale 3D printing projects require a new approach to architecture and planning.

Up and down the automotive supply chain, engineering organizations are turning to AM and DfAM principles to gain an edge on electrification and lightweighting design goals.

Stratasys, Lockheed Martin, and Metropolitan State University of Denver partner to deliver qualification data for Antero 840CN03 PEKK-based thermoplastic.

Collaboration enables qualification of material for space and aviation end-use parts.

The new partners integrate with the GrabCAD Additive Manufacturing Platform adding manufacturing operating system and new product introduction 3D workflow software options for Stratasys customers.

University of Minnesota Medical School’s Visible Heart Lab leverages Stratasys 3D printing technology for physician training and medical device development.

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