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Stratasys secures U.S. Navy contract

Stratasys secures U.S. Navy contract

Published 09/13/2021

Stratasys recently announced a secured contract of their largest government project to-date. The U.S. Navy has created a $20 million agreement for the procurement of 25 Stratasys F900 3D Printers. These machines are one of the largest and most impressive FDM 3D printers on the market today. With one of the largest build platforms (at...

Stratasys J35 Pro - A Lot of Technology for A Whole Lot Less

Stratasys J35 Pro - A Lot of Technology for A Whole Lot Less

Published 07/07/2021

Stratasys has recently come out with several new machines to help improve and diversify their footprint in the realm of additive manufacturing. One of the most notable printers however, the J35 Pro certainly steps up to the challenge of owning innovative technology for a fraction of the expected cost. PolyJet printing technology has become a cornerstone...

Prices Are Going Up

Prices Are Going Up

Published 06/08/2021

Attention! If you own a Stratasys FDM or PolyJet 3D printer, or Makerbot machine, or if you order prototypes from our service bureau, this message is for you!   Stratasys will be implementing price changes effective July 1st, 2021 in the following product areas:   5% increase on PolyJet and FDM materials Reduction in PolyJet and FDM machine trade-in allowances...

Additive Post-processing: Chemical Vapor Smoothing

Additive Post-processing: Chemical Vapor Smoothing

Published 05/10/2021

Post-processing is one of the less glamorous, but essential duties of additive manufacturing. And depending on the type of additive technology you have, post-processing techniques and systems may differ. Speaking from a large-scale production perspective, additive fusion technologies have been emerging as the clear winners when it comes to mass production and consistency from part to...