Global Aerospace 3D Printing Market 2017- Optomec, Renishaw, Stratasys, ExOne and 3D Systems

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The Leading Players involved in global Aerospace 3D Printing market are EnvisionTEC, Arcam Group, Sciaky , ExOne, VoxelJet AG, EOS e-Manufacturing Solutions, 3D Systems, SLM Solutions, GE, Optomec, Stratasys and Renishaw. Based on type, the Aerospace 3D Printing market is categorized into Plastics Material, Metals Material and Ceramics Material. According to applications, Aerospace 3D Printing market divided into Military Aviation, Civil Aviation and Spacecraft.

The companies in the world that deals with Aerospace 3D Printing mainly concentrate on North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, South America, Middle East and Africa. The Leading regions of Aerospace 3D Printing market in North America are the USA, Canada and Mexico. Aerospace 3D Printing market major contributors in Europe included Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy. China, Japan, Korea & India are some of the dominant countries in Aerospace 3D Printing market from Asia Pacific region. From the Middle East and Africa region Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia are Leading countries in Aerospace 3D Printing industry. The most contributing Aerospace 3D Printing regions in South America are Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina.

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Stratasys Targets Professional Prototyping With First-In-Class Office-Friendly, Engineering-Grade …

MINNEAPOLIS & REHOVOT, Israel–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

SOLIDWORKS World 2017 — Stratasys Ltd. (SSYS), the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, today unveiled the new professional, versatile and fast FDM-based F123 Series (F170, F270 and F370) for smarter prototyping, designed to make professional rapid prototyping more productive for design workgroups.

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The Stratasys F123 Series empowers virtually any user, regardless of 3D printing experience, to build durable and accurate prototypes using a range of functional FDM 3D printing materials. A single Stratasys F123 Series 3D Printer addresses the complete prototyping workflow, from initial concept verification to design validation and final functional performance, to ensure product designs are thoroughly evaluated and endorsed before manufacturing – resulting in better products and shorter lead times.

Perfectly Addresses Customer Needs for Rapid Prototyping in Workgroups
Design workgroups play a dominant role in product design and development in consumer products, aerospace, automotive and other key industries. According to recent Stratasys surveys, accessibility, ease of use and material choice are among the top priorities in the wider adoption of 3D printing for rapid prototyping in workgroups. The F123 Series addresses these and other rapid prototyping requirements to potentially accelerate the adoption of 3D printing for product design and development.

“It’s pretty powerful having this much capability in a single system that sits right in our work space. We’ve tried lower-end 3D printers in the past, and to be honest, they’re dimensionally inaccurate. The Stratasys F370 matches the CAD input every time with accurate, high quality prototypes,” said Jesse Hahne, Partner, Center for Advanced Design. “The key for us to fast-track product development is getting physical samples in front of our customers as soon as possible. With our new Stratasys F370, we’re able to get brand new iterations in a matter of hours. This rapid prototyping solution has truly become a member of our team.”

Designed from the Ground Up for Office and Classroom Environments
The exterior design for the Stratasys F123 Series was created together with leading industrial design firm Designworks, a BMW Group Company. Most operations are easily performed using a touch screen user interface. Stratasys F123 Series can be operated remotely from any networked computer in a shared workgroup setting and build progress can be monitored from portable devices. Installing and replacing material is equally fast and easy.

“Our inspiration for the design of the Stratasys F123 Series was advanced robotics. Just as robotic tools of the future will adapt to their envisioned usage environment, we worked with Stratasys to create a look, feel and ergonomic design for the F123 Series that would offer expertly crafted user interactions,” said Andre de Salis, Creative Director, Designworks. “The Stratasys F123’s striking metal cladding expresses the performance, durability and refinement of the 3D printer to bring a new level of excitement and accessibility to professional 3D printing.”

“Today there is a vast market opportunity in product prototyping that we feel is not being addressed by current 3D printing systems. The launch of the Stratasys F123 Series targets these product design workgroups, industrial designers, engineers, students and educators who demand a professional quality rapid prototyping solution that’s simple to use, produces reliable, engineering-quality results, integrates perfectly within an office or lab setting, and is affordable to own and operate,” said Zehavit Reisin, Vice President, Head of Rapid Prototyping Solutions, Stratasys. “As the company that invented FDM, Stratasys brings a rich pedigree to the F123 Series, providing our customers an optimal balance between usability and high performance.”

A long-time member of the SOLIDWORKS Partner Program, Stratasys is also announcing a GrabCAD Print Add-In for SOLIDWORKS. It enables the user to estimate and 3D print parts for a range of Stratasys systems, including the F123 Series without leaving the SOLIDWORKS environment, giving 3D printer access to the entire community of SOLIDWORKS design and engineering professionals.

To witness the power of the Stratasys F123 Series and the new GrabCAD Print Add-In for SOLIDWORKS first-hand, please visit Stratasys at SOLIDWORKS World 2017 in Los Angeles, CA at Booth #701.

Notes to Editors:
The Stratasys F123 Series is available in three models with build sizes ranging from 10 to 14 inch (25.4 cm to 35.56 cm).

The Stratasys F123 Series accepts up to four material types in 10 colors to support a wide range of prototyping and tooling applications. For example, the F123’s new Fast Draft Mode leverages PLA material to quickly produce conceptual prototypes at a low cost per part. Production-grade ASA and ABS are ideal for producing strong, stable, repeatable parts and for even stronger, impact-resistant parts there is engineering-grade PC-ABS.

Enhanced user experience dominates the Stratasys F123 Series design, with no special 3D printing expertise required to achieve professional results. Fueled by Stratasys Insight software, almost any CAD file can be utilized while Stratasys’ GrabCAD Print eliminates time wasted on file conversion and STL preparation.

The Stratasys F123 Series employs 15 new Stratasys patents in its design.

For more than 25 years, Stratasys Ltd. (SSYS) has been a defining force and dominant player in 3D printing and additive manufacturing – shaping the way things are made. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Rehovot, Israel, the company empowers customers across a broad range of vertical markets by enabling new paradigms for design and manufacturing. The company’s solutions provide customers with unmatched design freedom and manufacturing flexibility – reducing time-to-market and lowering development costs, while improving designs and communications. Stratasys subsidiaries include MakerBot and Solidscape, and the Stratasys ecosystem includes 3D printers for prototyping and production; a wide range of 3D printing materials; parts on-demand via Stratasys Direct Manufacturing; strategic consulting and professional services; the GrabCAD platform with over 3 million professional users; and the Thingiverse and GrabCAD communities with over 2 million 3D printable files for free designs. With more than 2,700 employees and 1,200 granted or pending additive manufacturing patents, Stratasys has received more than 30 technology and leadership awards. Visit us online at: www.stratasys.com or http://blog.stratasys.com/, and follow us on LinkedIn.

Stratasys, Stratasys signet, ABS-M30, GrabCAD Print, and Stratasys F170, Stratasys F270, Stratasys F370 are trademarks or registered trademarks of Stratasys Ltd. and/or its subsidiaries or affiliates and may be registered in certain jurisdictions. All other trademarks belong to their respective owners.

Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements
The statements in this press release relating to Stratasys’ beliefs regarding the benefits users will experience from the F123 are forward-looking statements reflecting management’s current expectations and beliefs. These forward-looking statements are based on current information that is, by its nature, subject to rapid and even abrupt change. Due to risks and uncertainties associated with Stratasys’ business, actual results could differ materially from those projected or implied by these forward-looking statements. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: the risk that users will not perceive the benefits of the F123 to be the same as Stratasys does and other risk factors set forth under the caption “Risk Factors” in Stratasys’ most recent Annual Report on Form 20-F, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 21, 2016. Stratasys is under no obligation (and expressly disclaims any obligation) to update or alter its forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by the rules and regulations of the SEC.

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How Stratasys Fared in 2016

Shares of 3D-printing pioneer Stratasys Ltd. (SSYS) fell about 30% over the course of 2016, closing Dec. 30 at a price of $16.54. The 3D player has spent the most recent year attempting to drive revenues in both its consumer and industrial markets in light of an industrywide push for 3D printing for additive manufacturing.

While longtime rival 3D Systems Corp. (DDD) has completely discontinued its consumer products, Stratasys will move ahead into 2017 with confidence regarding heightened demand in both markets.

Partnering With Industrial Leaders

Throughout the year, Stratasys demonstrated its prolonged presence in both the consumer and industrial space, announcing a series of partnerships with leaders in industries such as auto and aerospace while releasing products for consumer segments including professionals, designers and educators.

The Eden Prairie, Minn.-based company focused on customizable direct manufacturing via new partnerships with industry leaders Boeing Co. (BA) and Ford Motor Co. (F), while building on preexisting prototyping projects with NASA and Airbus. Stratasys also opened up its additive manufacturing solutions for businesses far outside auto and aerospace, including France’s Schneider Electronic, UK grocery chain Sainsbury and eyewear manufacturer Safilo. (See also: Stratasys Releases New 3D Products.)

As for the consumer space, Stratasys continues to expand its product portfolio with its most recently announced SaaS-focused GrabCAD software for engineers and designers. Earlier in the year, the firm indicated a “cultural shift,” in which it would extend its MakerBot products for professionals and educators.

Looking Ahead in 2017

In mid-November, Stratasys saw its stock plummet due to an earnings and revenue miss, while investors were also displeased with weaker-than-expected guidance for full-year 2016. While the firm posted improvements in both gross and operating margins, some bears highlighted uncertainty regarding sustainable demand for Stratasys products. (See also: Stratasys Cuts FY16 Outlook.)

Moving ahead into 2017, Stratasys management remains optimistic regarding improved operational efficiency, planning to further enhance cost structure and expand high-value applications.

New York Fashion Week: Stratasys and threeASFOUR Unveil 3D Printed OSCILLATION Dress as …

MINNEAPOLIS & REHOVOT, Israel–(Business Wire)–Stratasys, Ltd. (Nasdaq:SSYS), the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, today announced its ongoing collaboration with fashion leader threeASFOUR and New York-based designer Travis Fitch – debuting one of the designers’ most elaborate and intricate 3D printed dresses during New York Fashion Week. Entitled ‘Oscillation,’ the piece is comprised of 30 individual and highly precise multi-color, multi-material 3D printed parts created via assembly of 270 unique design files. The 3D printed dress serves as the centerpiece for threeASFOUR’s ‘Quantum Vibrations’ collection, unveiled for the first time on Tuesday September 13 at The Hole Gallery in New York City.

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Stratasys 3D printed OSCILLATION dress designed by threeASFOUR in collaboration with Travis Fitch, p ...

Stratasys 3D printed OSCILLATION dress designed by threeASFOUR in collaboration with Travis Fitch, produced using Stratasys’ color, multi-material 3D printing technology. Photo credit: Ben Gabbe

Drawing inspiration from source energies and primal, universal vibrations, the collection explores a series of graphic 2D patterns created in partnership with Travis Fitch. Leveraging Stratasys’ color, multi-material 3D printing technology, threeASFOUR brought these vibrational forms to life in range of vibrantly colored 3D printed materials – representing the designers’ most intricate and complex creation to date.

“3D printing is transformative for designers aiming to take complex designs and realize them as a wearable garment. In the case of ‘Oscillation,’ Stratasys 3D printing enabled us to visualize 3D patterns as they truly are – complex, interwoven circles of energy, transforming in shape, color and flexibility as they radiate around the body,” explains Adi Gil, threeASFOUR. “The stellar parallax of the patterns, the way in which they transform as the viewing angle changes, is only possible through 3D printing.”

The 30 unique dress components were initially printed as flat, unwrapped patches that were later assembled on the body. With Stratasys’ color, multi-material 3D printing capabilities, including advanced precision and the ability to vary material properties, the designers were able to recreate even the most intricate vibrational patterns and geometries without compromising the flexibility and wearability integral to the design.

Having previously taken inspiration from natural, biological forms, threeASFOUR designers – Gabi Asfour, Angela Donhauser, and Adi Gil – continue to reference this theme in their latest works. ‘Oscillation’ draws from an interplay of energies evident both within the body and across the wider universe. As the third collaboration with Stratasys, ‘Oscillation’ follows the debut of the landmark 3D printed ‘Pangolin’ and ‘Harmonograph’ dresses in the designers’ Fall/Winter collection at New York Fashion Week earlier this year. These first 3D printed pieces were key to threeASFOUR’s successful ‘Biomimicry’ collection, spurring threeASFOUR to further test the extensive potential of Stratasys’ 3D printing technology.

As Gil explains, the designers have now been able to push this technology even further to create the new 3D printed ‘Oscillation’ dress, produced not only in varying material thicknesses, but also in a spectrum of vivid color gradations: “The bio-inspired coloration, corresponding to fluctuations in shape and size, is only achievable with Stratasys PolyJet 3D printing technology. As the nodal patterns thicken, scale, and undulate, the color gradations respond accordingly to accentuate the geometry. Using a vivid color range, we were able to construct a multi-dimensional textural surface; a screenshot of a dynamic, oscillating waveform.”

To effectively produce the gradated coloration, each print was digitally split into nine layers of less than one millimeter in thickness. Individual layers were assigned a particular mixture of color and flexibility for the overall effect, with nearly 300 separate design files used to complete the landmark project.

“At Stratasys we are continually reflecting on aesthetic discoveries to help creative minds explore uncharted grounds in contemporary art and design that can be realized with our 3D printing technology,” comments Naomi Kaempfer, Creative Director, Stratasys. “With ‘Oscillation’, we are inviting our audience to explore abstract universal ideas and thought changing concepts, and bringing these to life in three dimensions and vivid color. With forward-thinking projects such as this, threeASFOUR has set an example in design innovation, and has continued to transform the way people think about fashion.”

For more than 25 years, Stratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ:SSYS) has been a defining force and dominant player in 3D printing and additive manufacturing – shaping the way things are made. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Rehovot, Israel, the company empowers customers across a broad range of vertical markets by enabling new paradigms for design and manufacturing. The company’s solutions provide customers with unmatched design freedom and manufacturing flexibility – reducing time-to-market and lowering development costs, while improving designs and communications. Stratasys subsidiaries include MakerBot and Solidscape, and the Stratasys ecosystem includes 3D printers for prototyping and production; a wide range of 3D printing materials; parts on-demand via Stratasys Direct Manufacturing; strategic consulting and professional services; and the Thingiverse and GrabCAD communities with over 2 million 3D printable files for free designs. With more than 2,700 employees and 800 granted or pending additive manufacturing patents, Stratasys has received more than 30 technology and leadership awards. Visit us online at: www.stratasys.com or http://blog.stratasys.com/, and follow us on LinkedIn.

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