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3D Printers

From CADimensions

CADimensions is a trusted advisor in the growing 3D Printing industry. Since its establishment in 1990, our company has been dedicated to providing its valued clients with the best CAD software available. With the emergence of 3D printing technologies, it was a natural progression for us to bring our customers’ models and ideas to life. Our partnership with Stratasys ensures you’re getting equipment from the industry leader in the additive manufacturing space. You’ll get the personal attention and product support that CADimensions is famous for, and your team will be ready to rock in no time.

Featured 3D Printers

Stratasys F123 Series

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Stratasys F770

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Stratasys Fortus 450 mc

The Stratasys Fortus 450mc lets you build parts in the materials you’re familiar with, but with the advanced complexity and high requirements needed for today’s manufacturers.

Rapid Prototyping and Market-Ready Production

3D Printing technologies have come a long way. A range of technologies from FDM and SAF to Polyjet and Resin Stereolithography have enabled product designers and engineers to not only rapidly prototype functional designs, but manufacture end-user parts. New materials ensure the rigidity and reliability needed for end use parts and stress-testing of prototypes as well. Click below to learn more!

3D Printing Technologies

FDM Technology

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) uses thermoplastics fused at high temperatures to create extremely durable, accurate and cost effective 3D printed models. Click here to learn more about FDM technologies and the great FDM printers available from CADimensions.

 

Polyjet Technology

Photopolymer 3D printing technologies enable a wide range of prototyping capabilities, from electronics casings to visually stunning prototypes of product packaging, anatomical models, apparel and much, much more. Click here to learn more about it!

 

SAF Technology

Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF) Technology uses a powdered base material enabling higher densities, accuracy and range of material types for high-end manufacturing process and end-use 3D printed parts and products. Click below to earn more about our line of SAF printers.

 

Resin Technology

Photosensitive resin 3D printers use an emulsifier and a high intensity laser to create stunning, durable and best-in-class visual resolution prints – a technology also known as Stereolithography. CADimensions offers the Stratasys Origin One Resin-Based P3 Printer.

 

FDM Technology

FDM technology is the most commonly understood 3D printing technology. A spool of filament is loaded into the printer and is used to fuse layers into the design. Our line of FDM printers represent the industry’s top printers for industrial, prototyping and manufacturing needs. Click below to check out our FDM 3D Printers today!

PolyJet Technology

PolyJet 3D printers from Stratasys offer an incredible array of uses. Materials vary from flexible polymer and rigid structural polymers to anatomical, rubberized and color spectrum specialized. Visual designs can be integrated directly into the prints, allowing for educational models, product package prototypes and unique fashion statements. The opportunities are endless! Check out our PolyJet printers here.

SAF Technology

Selective Absorption Fusion 3D printing technology uses a material powder to create extremely high-resolution and high-strength industrial models. These technologies not only allow for incredibly flexible options for stress-testing and functional prototypes – they’re strong enough to manufacture high-value end-use products ready for marketplace release. Click below to explore our SAF 3D printers!

P3 Resin Based Technology

Photosensitive resin 3D printers use an emulsifier and a high intensity laser to create stunning, durable and best-in-class visual resolution prints – a technology also known as Stereolithography. CADimensions offers the Stratasys Origin One Resin-Based P3 Printer.

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Technology

Wrap your arms around all the Stratasys technology available from CADimensions. Compare methods and machines side by side. 

Materials

As amazing as the machinery is, the materials are where the magic happens. Material options exist to suit just about any application.

Cost of Ownership

It’s critical you have an understanding of the total cost of ownership before making investments in new technology.