Looking for an advantage over your competition? 3D printing allows you to design faster and test thoroughly, putting your products in the lead. Traditional manufacturing constraints can slow the production cycle, causing delays in getting to market. Functional rapid prototyping with high-strength materials speeds up your product development cycle which decreases cost and gets you to market faster. Cut your prototyping lead time from weeks to hours while elevating quality, standards, and the integrity of your products. Do we have your attention yet?
Realistic Prototypes in Less Time
Whether you need to respond quickly to market changes, meet a vital deadline, or need a hyper-realistic sample of your design to present to your leadership or team, additive manufacturing makes it possible. Maybe you want to keep your ideas safe by keeping them in-house, or just need a way to produce parts and tools faster and more cost efficiently. Additive manufacturing allows you to do all these things. It shortens production cycles, producing lightweight, high-strength structures, ultra-detailed prototypes and molds, removing complexity from the final assembly, and more.
Multiple Materials, Textures, and Use Cases
For low-volume tooling and durable end-use parts, Stratasys patented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology works with production-grade materials, including high-performance thermoplastics like PC and ULTEM 9085. With reliable FDM Technology producing strong PC parts in-house, manufacturers in automotive, commercial equipment and other industries gain the agility to seize more opportunities. It enables you to produce samples incorporating smooth, rigid, transparent and flexible materials without sacrificing durability.
“We’ve been able to see orders of magnitude savings both in cost and schedule on all of these parts because the part builds are very consistent and the material properties are well understood.”
Brian Kaplun, Manager of Additive Manufacturing, Lockheed Martin
“When we heard about Stratasys Fortus 3D Printers, we knew we had a true production tool that could make real production parts.”
Ashley Guy, President and CEO, Utah Trikes
Design, test, and refine in a fraction of the time it currently takes and with a significant decrease in cost. You can’t afford to stay behind in a world where personalization and customization are not just desired, they are expected. Move forward with no molding limitations, no machining restrictions, and no assembly constraints. 3D printing is one solution that fits your business.
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