4/27/2019

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing Expands Additive Metals Offering

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Stratasys Direct Manufacturing expands its additive metals offering with the addition of VELO3D’s Sapphire 3D print system and Flow software.

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Stratasys Direct Manufacturing expands its additive metals offering with the addition of VELO3D’s Sapphire 3D print system and Flow software. The Sapphire laser fusion metal additive manufacturing system enables printing of complex part geometries with in-situ metrology, close-loop control and low-to-no support structures.

The solution’s built-in tools include support generation, simulated print predictions, per-surface process application, slice composer and process review. This functionality enables 3D printed production of complex metal components with even greater levels of quality control.

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing delivers a significant range of 3D printed production parts annually, including high-requirement, serialized production components for the aerospace and energy sectors and was awarded an additive metal manufacturing patent in 2018. Anticipating growing market demand, the investment in the VELO3D Sapphire system expands the company’s 3D metals production capacity and support for cutting-edge customer applications.

To learn more about the company’s advanced metal manufacturing capabilities enabled by VELO3D’s Sapphire system, register here for an exclusive webinar April 30 at 2 p.m. EST/ 11 a.m. PST.

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