Stratasys is a global industry leader when it comes to additive technology solutions for all kinds of applications. Driven by a consistent focus on its customers' business needs, Stratasys again and again comes up with new, targeted innovations that create added value for the processes in the product lifecycle. The Stratasys 3D printing ecosystem includes advanced materials, software with voxel-level control, precise, reproducible and reliable FDM and PolyJet 3D printers, professional application-based consulting and services, and on-demand parts. HANNOVER MESSE 2019 provides Stratasys with the ideal opportunity to announce important new product developments designed above all to benefit customers who are looking to increase their options by expanding their additive manufacturing.
Stratasys is also offering live demonstrations of the latest solutions for PolyJet and FDM additive manufacturing. What’s more, it is exhibiting a range of complex 3D-printed parts from a variety of sectors that are designed to provide visitors to the show with further information about the possible applications - from extremely true-to-life functional prototypes and mold making all the way through to the manufacture of final components. One example is Kärcher, an international market leader in cleaning technology. Kärcher uses the Stratasys J750 - the world's only multi-material full-color 3D printer - to produce ultra-precise prototypes of the EASY!FORCE high-pressure gun. This cuts Kärcher's lead times considerably compared with conventional methods. Similarly, plastic component manufacturer Elkamet is using the Fortus 450mc 3D printer based on FDM technology to overcome the conventional limitations of small-batch mold production. Thanks to Stratasys technology, Elkamet has reduced its production lead times by up to 75 percent.