Commercial Products

Agility to 3D print at any volume with the power of Additive Manufacturing

Business manufacturers with 3D printing proficiency have the ability to take up more opportunities especially with customers who make extremely demanding requests. Long gone the days of exorbitant and time-intensive machining. Today, 3D printing allows designers and engineers gain the agility to make adjustments any time. Stratasys 3D printers allow you to build concept models, prototypes, tooling and end-use parts immediately from CAD data.

Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology works with production-grade materials, incorporating  high-performance thermoplastics such as PC and ULTEM 9085, for low-volume tooling and stronger end-use parts.

Stratasys PolyJet technology fabricates ultra-detailed models and molds, as well as client’s samples that require a smooth rigid, transparent and flexible finishing. PolyJet Matrix Technology has the ability to 3D print multi-material parts on a single build tray.

Watch Videos on 3D Printing in Commercial Products

Injection Molding Company Re-Invents Itself With 3D Printing

Using Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology, Thogus Products revolutionized its injection molding business.

3D Printing Gives Acist a New Product Development Mindset

Acist uses Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology to maximize efficiency beyond rapid prototyping. 

Case Studies

FDM TechnologyPolyJet Technology
1212 Studios
Artem Chipotle
Aviradyne Technologies
Baldor Electric Company
Bell & Howell
BluSky Designs
Bullard Co.
Digital Materials
Grohe Water Technology
Indian Springs
Kirby Morgan
Xerox (Thermoforming)
Xerox (Tooling)
Christie Digital
Budapest University of Technology
Christie Digital