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Stratasys is an American manufacturer of 3D printers and 3D production systems for rapid prototyping, as well as other manufacturing solutions. Stratasys printers print complex models in a range of thermoplastics, such as ABS, PPSF, and PC. Stratasys sell a large number of printers (over 25) each targeted to different industries. In 2016 Stratasys had an income of $20M based on revenues of $600M. They employ around 2800 people currently.

After being founded in 1989 by S. Scott Crump, the company's early success led to an Initial Public Offering in 1994, based on a total share value of $5.7M.


In May 2011, Stratasys acquired Solidscape.
In April 2012, Stratasys merged with Objet, creating a $3bn total value company.
In June 2013, Stratasys purchased MakerBot for $403M.

Stratasys now offer a range of printers in industries such as architecture, dental, production, and design. These printers include the Stratasys J750, and F123 Series, as well as the Objet24, 30, 30 Prime printers.

3D Printers
Dimension 1200es 3/5 (5 notes)
The Dimension 1200es can print all your models from ABSplus filaments ...
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Dimension Elite 3.2/5 (32 notes)
The Dimension Elite 3D printer is part of the Stratasys "Design series...
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Fortus 250mc 4.1/5 (11 notes)
The Fortus 250mc combines a fine layered resolution and a large print ...
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Fortus 380mc 4.1/5 (15 notes)
American manufacturer Stratasys’ 380mc and 450mc 3D printers are setti...
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Fortus 450mc 4.7/5 (136 notes)
American manufacturer Stratasys’ 380mc and 450mc 3D printers are setti...
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Mojo 3.7/5 (68 notes)
The Mojo 3D printer is part of the Stratasys Idea Series. It offers an...
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Objet Eden260VS 3.3/5 (8 notes)
American manufacturer Stratasys’ Object Eden260VS Professional Series ...
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Optimize the in-house production of dental models, orthodontic applian...
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Objet24 4.1/5 (15 notes)
Create lifelike models in-house with the Objet24. Print high-precision...
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Objet260 Connex3 4.3/5 (12 notes)
The Objet260 Connex3 creates colorful prototypes with a variety of mul...
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The Dental Selection 3D Printer Objet500 uses the triple jetting techn...
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Objet30 4.5/5 (17 notes)
The Objet 30 uses polyjetting technology and can handle five different...
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Objet30 Dental Prime 4.6/5 (12 notes)
The Objet30 Dental Prime uses polyjetting technology to create precise...
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Objet30 OrthoDesk 4.3/5 (10 notes)
The Objet30 OrthoDesk is Stratasys' entry-level dental model and uses ...
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Objet30 Prime 3.7/5 (30 notes)
The Objet 30 uses polyjetting technology and can handle 12 different m...
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Objet30 Pro 4.2/5 (13 notes)
The Objet 30 Pro works with polyjetting and can process 8 different ma...
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Objet350 Connex3 3.5/5 (23 notes)
The Objet 350 Connex3 allows you to include up to 46 colors in your pr...
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Objet500 Connex3 3.4/5 (26 notes)
The Connex3 Object500 allows you to incorporate up to 46 colors in a p...
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The Dental Selection 3D Printer Objet500 uses the triple jetting techn...
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uPrint SE 2.5/5 (23 notes)
The uPrint SE 3D Printer is part of the Stratasys Idea Series. Thanks ...
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uPrint SE Plus 3.8/5 (60 notes)
The uPrint SE Plus 3D Printer is part of the Stratasys Idea Series. Th...
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