Three New 3D Printers Enable Mass Production of 3D End-Use Parts

Stratasys Ltd. has introduced three new 3D printers that together address a large portion of the multibillion-dollar market opportunity in additive manufacturing of end-use parts.

The systems collectively are aimed at accelerating the shift from traditional to additive manufacturing for low-to-mid-volume production applications underserved by traditional manufacturing methods.


VIDEO:Stratasys' new H350™ 3D printer delivers production-level throughput for end-use parts.

"We are accelerating into the Additive Manufacturing 2.0 era, in which we see global manufacturing leaders move beyond prototyping to fully embrace the agility that 3D printing brings to the entire manufacturing value chain," said Stratasys CEO Dr. Yoav Zeif. "The disruptions we are seeing today on both the supply and demand side of global supply chains are a clear sign that the status quo isn't working. Additive manufacturing gives companies the total flexibility to decide when, where, and how to produce parts. That's why we're committed to being the complete provider of polymer 3D printing solutions for our world-class customer base."

Last year, Stratasys accrued more than 25% of its revenue from manufacturing-related applications. Going forward, with a comprehensive and integrated portfolio of 3D printing hardware, software, materials and services solutions, Stratasys estimates that its manufacturing revenue growth will outpace other segments, growing at an annual rate of over 20% starting in 2022.

Stratasys Origin One Brings Production Scale 3D Printing for Detailed and Intricate Parts

The Stratasys Origin One 3D printer is designed for mass production applications requiring industry-leading accuracy, detail, finish, repeatability, and time to part.

 

 

Illustrating Stratasys' ability to quickly execute on integrating its acquisition of Origin, Stratasys has introduced the Stratasys Origin® One 3D printer, designed for end-use manufacturing applications. The new 3D printer uses proprietary P3™ technology and a software-first architecture to produce parts at volume in a wide range of open, certified third-party materials with industry-leading accuracy, detail, finish, repeatability, and time to part.

That technology combined with hardware upgrades enabled Stratasys to optimize virtually all aspects of the system in the new version of the product to improve reliability and performance. Cloud connectivity means customers will receive additional feature improvements.

Internal Stratasys estimates suggest a $3.7 billion market opportunity by 2025 for the production-oriented segments suited to the Origin One, including automotive, consumer goods, medical, dental, and tooling applications. Stratasys plans to begin taking orders for the printer, post-processing and related software through its worldwide channel beginning this month (May 2021).

SAF™ Technology Powers New H350 3D Printer for Production Scale

The Stratasys H350 3D printer is designed for the production of thousands of parts as additive manufacturing at higher volumes gains momentum in the industry.

 

 

Stratasys also introduced the Stratasys H350™ 3D printer, the first 3D printer in Stratasys' new H Series™ Production Platform. Powered by SAF™ technology, the new H350 printer delivers production-level throughput for end-use parts. It's designed to give manufacturers production consistency, a competitive and predictable cost per part, and complete control for the production of thousands of parts. The H350 printer even includes about a dozen different parts 3D-printed with SAF technology.

The H350 printer is expected to ship to customers in Q3 of this year. Applications include end-use parts such as covers, connectors, hinges, cable holders, electronics housings, and ducting.

Making Easy Work of Big Parts with F770 FDM® 3D Printer

New Stratasys F770 installed at Sub-Zero Group, a luxury appliance manufacturer, for 3D printing very large parts.

 

 

The third new system announced, the Stratasys F770™ 3D printer, builds on Stratasys' reputation for reproducibility and dependability via industrial-grade FDM technology. Ideal for big parts, this newest FDM 3D printer features the longest fully heated build chamber on the market and a generous build volume of over 13 cubic feet (372 liters).

The new system is designed for prototyping, jigs and fixtures, and tooling applications requiring standard thermoplastics. Soluble support material simplifies post processing, while GrabCAD Print™ software streamlines workflow and enterprise connectivity is enabled through the MTConnect standard and the GrabCAD SDK.

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