Stratasys Direct Manufacturing

28309 Ave. Crocker
Valencia, CA 91355 US


As Seen In Modern Machine Shop

AM IN718 Test Specimen

Grind to Finish: A Postprocessing Solution for Additive Manufacturing
3D printed metal parts typically feature little stock remaining for finishing. Grinding is potentially an effective solution for meeting final tolerances. An abrasive technology provider investigates grinding as a complement to AM.

hand holding a 3D printed device for ACL surgery

3D-Printed Metal Device Enables More Accurate Surgery
Additive manufacturing made it possible to cost-effectively produce a medical device to help surgeons in ACL repair and replacement surgery.

interior of a space freezer

3D Printing for Space Station Freezer Interior
For a freezer to be used in orbit, growing the interior structure in one piece eliminates joining and brackets to maximize the space efficiency of this space-borne appliance.

Stratasys Units Form Large AM Service Organization
Stratasys has combined its RedEye, Solid Concepts and Harvest Technologies divisions to form Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, one of the largest 3D printing and advanced manufacturing service organizations in North America.

Stratasys Acquires Solid Concepts
Stratasys completes procurement of the company, sets sights on Harvest Technologies.

Solid Concepts brochure

Prototyping Services Available
Solid Concepts offers a range of services for rapid prototyping and low-volume production, highlighted in a new brochure.

Product Categories of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing

Consulting Services
Machining Services
Part & Tooling Production Services—Additive Manufacturing