Stratasys Direct emerged in 2014 when its parent company Stratasys bought Solid Concepts and Harvest Technologies and merged with their previous service provider Redeyeoffers. Stratasys Direct prints not only with their own FDM and PolyJet 3D printers, but offers six industrial 3D printing technologies and three conventional manufacturing technologies. The 6 additive technologies are FDM, PolyJet, Laser Sintering, Stereolithography, Multi Jet Fusion & DMLS; 3 conventional technologies: Urethane Casting, CNC machining Machining & Injection Molding. Stratasys Direct operates 8 productions facilities across North America and has sales offices around the world. Every project at Stratasys Direct is supervised by a project engineering team.