Stratasys Direct

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.

Company profile

Business Type3D Printing Service
Headquarter(s)Eden Prairie, MN (USA) and Israel
Other locations Offices in Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific
Founder(s) S. Scott Crump
CertifiedISO 9001, AS9100


Technologies FDM, PolyJet, SLS, SLA, MJF and DMLS
Material TypesPolymers, Resins, Metals
MaterialsABS-M30, PC-ABS, ABS-ESD7, ABSi, ABS-M30i, Nylon 12, Nylon 12 PA, Nylon 12 Carbon Fiber™, Nylon 12 CF, Nylon 12 AF, Nylon 12 FR, Nylon 12 GF, Nylon 12 HST, Nylon 11, Nylon 11 EX, Nylon 11 FR, PC, PC-ABS, PC-ISO, PC, PC-ABS, PC-ISO, PPSF (aka PPSU), Flex TPE, TPU 92A Elastomer, ULTEM™ 1010 Resin, ULTEM™ 9085 Resin, ULTEM™ 9085 CG Resin, Vero, Digital ABS Plus, Rigur, SC 1000P, Somos® NeXt, Somos® ProtoGen 18420, Somos® WaterClear Ultra 10122, Somos® WaterShed XC 11122, Agilus 30A-95A, Agilus (Flexible) over Vero (Rigid), Aluminum AlSi10Mg, Cobalt Chrome CoCrMo, Copper C18150, Nickel Alloy 625, Nickel Alloy 718, Nickel Alloy K500, Stainless Steel 17-4 PH, Stainless Steel 316L, Titanium Ti64
Supported File FormatsSTL
Post ProcessingPainting, Dyeing, Vapor Polishing, Decaling
Traditional TechnologiesUrethane Casting, CNC machining Machining, Injection Molding
Additional services3D Design
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