Product Development With 3D Printers
Have you ever been in a product development meeting where three quarters of the meeting was spent trying to describe a concept? Product developers have the final product clearly in their mind, however trying to create that same picture for someone else is almost impossible. But not any more.
3D printing allows designers to prove concept designs and more effectively communicate ideas to other team members much more quickly than traditional methods. Having the ability to design and print a prototype almost instantly not only reduces the chances for miscommunication, but allows the design process to happen faster, saving time and money.
Rethink the factory from the floor up. The Stratasys Production Series is built to streamline manufacturing while maximizing your possibilities — handling the largest prototypes and accurate low-volume parts with agility.
If you’ve ever taken a 3D prototype for a test spin before production, you already know its impact. Cut turnaround time and increase quality by building prototypes right under your own roof with Stratasys Design Series 3D printers.
The Stratasys Idea Series levels the playing field by bringing professional 3D printers to individuals and small teams, accelerating creativity. Making the leap to world-class 3D printing at such a low cost is a revolution on its own.
Stratasys 3D Printers
Let a Stratsys 3D printer, either the FDM or PolyJet 3D printer, help you take your company and product development process to the next level, allowing you the opportunity to take your next product from concept to final design in half the time, with fewer mistakes today. Stratasys is one of the premier 3D printing companies in the market today.►►► Printer Specification Overview
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3D Printing Service
GoEngineer provides a quick and simple process so you can easily convert your 3D models into printed parts for evaluation and real life testing.
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Advanced FDM technology
GoEngineer 3D Printing utilizes patented Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling technology (FDM). The industry’s leading additive manufacturing technology, FDM is the only technology that uses production-grade thermoplastics.
With a wide range of advanced materials and mechanical properties, FDM parts endure high heat, caustic chemicals, sterilization and intense mechanical stresses.
What we currently offer:
- FDM Technology from our range of Stratasys 3D Printers
- Resolutions from .005″, .007″, .010″ and .013″
Note: Some slice heights not available for all materials