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Solid Concepts, Harvest Technologies and Redeye Services to form Stratasys Direct Manufacturing


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MINNEAPOLIS & REHOVOT, ISRAEL – Stratasys, Ltd. has combined Solid Concepts, Harvest Technologies and RedEye to form Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.

Stratasys believes this move better positions the company to meet growing customer needs for additive manufacturing (or 3D printing) services as a production method.

Now said to be one of the largest advanced manufacturing service organizations, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing creates custom solutions from a comprehensive portfolio of technologies and materials to produce parts for applications ranging from models and prototypes to end-use components and assemblies.

“Organizations need partners who can keep up with the rapidly changing manufacturing landscape and provide not only a range of services, but expertise and innovation to stay ahead of the competition,” said Joe Allison, CEO of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.

“Our company brings together the latest technologies and materials, years of experience and the highest quality standards to meet the part production needs of customers across industries from aerospace and medical to consumer products and entertainment.”
With eight advanced manufacturing facilities located throughout the U.S., Stratasys Direct Manufacturing offers a complete range of additive manufacturing technologies, along with conventional manufacturing services, including:
• Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)
• Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
• PolyJet
• Laser Sintering (LS)
• Stereolithography (SL)
• Urethane Casting
• CNC Machining
• Tooling
• Molding
The depth and breadth of technology, coupled with the company’s engineering expertise, allows designers and engineers to realize the full benefits of comprehensive advanced manufacturing solutions, developing quality products more efficiently at one shop.
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