Stratasys has invested heavily in developing dental technology, including 3D printers, materials & software. Now, they have a comprehensive lineup available to help your business succeed and GoEngineer is here to help you find the right solution. PolyJet and P3 dental printers from Stratasys offer unmatched capabilities such as multi-material printing, vivid color models, simple post-processing, and many more features that put them into a league of their own.
At Experience Stratasys Manufacturing 2022, Stratasys unveiled new printers and materials to widen their manufacturing solutions. With over 3k attendees globally, it's clear the world is hungry for additive manufacturing advancements.
GoEngineer's 3D printing division has been helping companies solve problems for longer than many people realize 3D printing has even existed. As a result, it's not uncommon to find people with 10, 15, or even 20+ years of 3D printing experience. This experience includes working with elementary schools and universities, hobbyists, and startups to the world's largest corporations.
In order to meet the rise in demand and better accommodate patient needs, dental labs have been shifting away from traditional manufacturing methods, toward cutting-edge additive manufacturing technologies. In this article, we’ll explore two dental 3D printing technologies offered from Stratasys (PolyJet and P3) and how they operate on the J5 DentaJet and Stratasys Origin One Dental respectively.
On December 13, 2021, GoEngineer announced the acquisition of the Stratasys 3D Printing Sales and Support business of Proto3000 as of October 15, 2021. In addition to supporting the sales and service needs for Proto3000 Stratasys customers, GoEngineer now provides industry-leading additive manufacturing solutions throughout Canada.
GrabCAD Shop is an easy-to-use work order management software from Stratasys. It helps process and organize communication and requests between designers, engineers, and 3D printing shop operators. If you’re juggling several data systems and suffering from the effects of poor communication financially, here’s how GrabCAD Shop can help get you back on track.
Earlier this year, Stratasys released the much-anticipated H350, the first powder-bed fusion system to use SAF (selective absorption fusion) technology. The H350 is a production powerhouse, built for demanding industries that require strong, production quality, end-use parts. With most industries springing back into production after over a year-long pandemic lull, companies producing parts (especially those in the automotive and consumer goods industries) are needing to meet demands quickly, efficiently, and accurately.
On April 28th, 2021, Additive Manufacturing industry pioneer, Stratasys, unveiled three exciting new 3D Printers focused on manufacturing and production applications. These three new systems move 3D printing far beyond its traditional roles in prototyping and development into the realm of high-quality, higher-volume, und-use part production.