Traditional methods of tooling involve manual labor or equipment like CNC, re-creating CAD data and extended output time. The Stratasys 3D Production Series brings tooling and digital manufacturing to your designers and engineers. Make changes on the fly. With a Production system, use CAD data to output your jigs, fixtures or check gauges faster and more efficiently than traditional methods.
Fewer Manufacturing Limitations
The Production Series offers thermoplastics such as ASA for its FDM systems and photopolymers including Digital ABS for its PolyJet 3D Printers. So, whether you need high impact resistance or heat deflection, tensile or elongation strength, color or translucency, these systems have you covered.
The Stratasys Production Series delivers high throughput, duty cycles and utilization rates that make digital manufacturing possible and practical. Even when your plant is closed, put your system to work on nights and weekends. It’s easy to see how quickly a strong ROI can be realized with Stratasys Production Series 3D Printers.
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Precision 3D Production Systems bring agility and aesthetics to every stage of product development and production. Based on PolyJet 3D Printing technology, these systems offer amazing surface smoothness, ultra-fine details and the widest range of material properties available.
Print mid-size multi-color, multi-material, high quality parts with the precision, look and feel of real production parts.
All the capabilities of the Objet350 Connex3 with a larger build envelope.
Combine up to six materials at one time, delivering unrivaled aesthetic performance including true, full-color capability with texture mapping and color gradients.
Produce full-scale prototypes or fully packed trays of precise, small parts with the world’s largest multi-material 3D printer.
Performance 3D production systems give you durable, accurate parts with predictable mechanical, chemical and thermal properties. Based on FDM Technology, these systems use the same production-grade thermoplastics used in injection molding, CNC machining and other traditional manufacturing processes.
High-requirement prototypes, rugged jigs, fixtures and tooling, and custom production parts in familiar thermoplastics.
All the capabilities of the Fortus 380mc, plus a larger build envelope and the option to run high-performance thermoplastics.
The most powerful FDM system available, delivering remarkable agility, sharp accuracy and high return on investment.