Stratasys Jockeys for Leadership Position in AM 2.0 Polymers Market with The Launch of Three New Systems

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By Ryan Martin | 2Q 2021 | IN-6167


Triple Play


Stratasys has introduced three new 3D printers at once: the Stratasys Origin One, H350, and F770. Together, these solutions address a large portion of the multibillion-dollar market for additively manufactured end-use parts by accelerating the shift from traditional manufacturing to additive manufacturing (AM) for low-to-mid-volume production applications. Example applications include parts such as covers, connectors, hinges, cable holders, electronics housing, and ducting.



The Stratasys Origin One (detailed in the ABI Research Insight: Stratasys to Acquire AM Startup Origin to Bolster Production Polymer Innovation and Improve Software and Service-Based Business Models (IN-6018)) is the first Stratasys-branded printer post acquisition and includes a number of feature enhancements, of which the most notable are a slightly larger build envelop and improved serviceability. A big part of the positioning is around fast time-to-part (15 min UV post-cure), open materials, high production capacity per square foot of manufacturing floorsp…

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