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Stratasys Direct Manufacturing adds metals capacity with VELO3D’s Sapphire Printer

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, a subsidiary of Stratasys, Ltd., and one of the largest providers of additive (3D printing) and conventional manufacturing services in North America, is expanding 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 can print complex part geometries with in-situ metrology, close-loop control, and low-to-no support structures. The system’s built-in tools include support generation, simulated print predictions, per-surface process application, slice composer and process review. “The Sapphire system from VELO3D is an important part of advancing our capabilities to include using additive metals in applications and geometries previously challenging to 3D print,” said Kent Firestone, CEO of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing. “This is a natural step in building our service portfolio, and we are excited to take on projects with more complexity to drive further adoption of serialized production additive manufacturing and […]

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