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All the Stratasys Announcements from formnext 2016

Stratasys announced the new Large-format Fortus 900mc designed to fill need for a production 3D printer with high throughput, precision and repeatability (Read full release). This new generation of the proven large format Stratasys Fortus 900mc Production 3D Printer maintains the industry’s leading accuracy and reliability. With additional key features and certifications, the 3D printer allows for improved use along with a rapid installation process that saves time for the users.

The Stratasys Fortus 900mc uses engineering-grade thermoplastics, including the newly released FDM Nylon 6. Because of its strength, the Nylon family of polymers is one of the most-widely used thermoplastics in traditional manufacturing. This engineering-grade material is used in a range of applications requiring high tensile strength. Stratasys FDM Nylon 6 offers the best combination of strength and toughness among current Stratasys FDM materials

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Stratasys also announced that GrabCAD Print software is now commercially available globally and compatible with most Stratasys 3D printers (Read full release). The general release follows a five-month beta trial period and represents an important milestone in Stratasys’ execution of its 3D printing software strategy announced in May. The company’s goal is to drive 3D printing in the digital manufacturing era and towards Industry 4.0.

Newly defined partnership complements recent announcements of Stratasys and Siemens’ solutions for additive manufacturing. It aims to strengthen and expand the benefits of 3D printing in manufacturing value chai. Aerospace, automotive and tooling industries are expected to benefit firs. Stratasys Multi-axis Robotic Composite 3D Demonstrator incorporating Siemens Motion Control hardware and PLM software is showcased at formnext 2016 (Read full release).

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SAP, Stratasys Accelerate Distributed Manufacturing Innovation Across Network of 3D Printing Labs (Read full release). The two companies announced they are establishing a global network of 3D printing co-innovation labs to educate and enable customers, employees and partners on the adoption of additive manufacturing as an integral part of the manufacturing production line.

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