Stratasys manufactures rapid prototyping and direct digital manufacturing systems that employ proprietary FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology. The FDM additive fabrication process manufactures real parts direct from digital data in a variety of production-grade thermoplastics such as ABS, polycarbonate, PPSF, and other blends, so they can be used for applications such as functional prototypes, fabrication and assembly tools, and end-use parts.
Dimension 3D printers are affordable, networked printers, which enable customers to bring CAD files and design ideas to life in durable ABS plastic right from their desktop. Dimension 3D printers allow users to test models for functionality, form and fit.
Bring your ideas to life.
Real 3D models you can hold, discuss and test.
Imagine capturing an idea with your CAD program, then holding a functional model of it a few hours later. That’s the power of Dimension 3D printers. Dimension 3D printers accelerate your design process by producing functional models that perform just like the final part.
The most complex, most durable models.
If you can design it with 3D CAD, a Dimension 3D printer can print it with ABSplus, a production-grade thermoplastic. Models printed with Dimension 3D printers have customer proven toughness – from commercial sprayers tested at pressures up to 60 psi, to final parts on M1 tanks.
Design new products with confidence.
Dimension 3D printers help you accurately test the form, fit and function of new products, so you can correct errors before committing to the cost of full production. And since you can print models right in your office, it’s a lot easier to keep new products confidential.