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3D Printer Materials and Filament

3D Printer Materials and Filament

To ensure ultimate performance and quality, we provide a robust range of advanced materials and filaments.

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3D printer materials and filament.

To ensure ultimate performance and quality, we provide a robust range of advanced 3D printing materials and filaments in the below three distinctive tiers:

  • Stratasys Preferred: Preferred by Stratasys for its customers for the highest performance applications. These materials are engineered to provide the best combination of material and printer performance and are developed either by Stratasys or third-party material partners.
  • Stratasys Validated: Materials validated by Stratasys with basic reliability testing to accelerate the expansion of material options available in the marketplace. These materials may or may not be exclusive to Stratasys.
  • Open: Unvalidated materials accessed via an Open Material License (OML). These materials may offer unique attributes and the potential to address new applications but they have not received validation testing or optimization relative to performance and functionality on a Stratasys printer.

Specifically created for tooling, functional prototyping, jigs & fixtures and end-use production parts, the Stratasys materials & filaments meet the most demanding industry standards.

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Make sure it's always the best.

The Stratasys Aircraft Interiors Solution gives aerospace companies a faster, more streamlined process.

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Make it as vibrant as your ideas.

With its exquisite detail and unsurpassed realism, Stratasys’s range of clear, flexible and rigid PolyJet materials can help you 3D print prototypes that look and feel like the final product.

"Time is our greatest enemy. With the Stratasys F370, we can spare more resources for other complex designs, saving logistic and prototyping costs and time. Developing a drone used to take up to a year, now we have it down to around eight months."