Stratasys Technologies

With Stratasys proven PolyJet & Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM™) Technologies, 3D printing is as easy as 1-2-3.

  1. Prepare the file. Create your 3D prototype in 3D CAD software, then open Objet Studio™ or CatalystEX™ software, upload the STL file and click “print.” Objet Studio or CatalystEX software converts your STL output into 3D model print paths — including support structures.
  2. Print your prototype. Both our PolyJet and FDM technologies make it possible to build your 3D prototype and its support material — layer by layer — from the bottom up on a removable modeling base.
  3. Remove supports. Take your printed prototype model out of the printer’s build chamber, and remove the break-away support structures or dissolve with tap water-based solution.

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