Stratasys Direct Manufacturing
When Stratasys completed the acquisition of both Harvest Technologies and Solid Concepts in April of 2014 many analysts suggested it would only be a matter of time before those two were combined with their own 3D Printing service RedEye. Nearly a year down the line and those predictions have come true.
The three services have merged to form Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is now potentially the largest 3D printing and custom manufacturing services in North America.
As one company Stratasys Direct Manufacturing now boasts plethora of additive manufacturing technologies including; DMLS, FDM, PolyJet, LS and SL as well as traditional manufacturing techniques like CNC Machining and Urethane Casting.
Former President of Solid Concepts Joe Allison takes charge as CEO of the newly formed company, he said of the merger:
“Organisations need partners who can keep up with the rapidly changing manufacturing landscape and provide not only a range of services, but expertise and innovation to stay ahead of the competition. Our company brings together the latest technologies and materials, years of experience and the highest quality standards to meet the part production needs of customers across industries from aerospace and medical to consumer products and entertainment.”
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is now based out of eight locations across the United States offering an unrivalled depth and breadth of technology for rapid prototyping and rapid manufacture.