Stratasys 3D Printing Technology
SYS Systems distribute Stratasys 3D printing technology, providing additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping solutions for manufacturers and engineers across the UK. SYS provides both PolyJet and FDM-based printing technology aiming to provide your business, regardless of size, with the best system for your needs. Stratasys systems can be used in rapid prototyping and end line products because of their vast variety of materials which in some cases not only closely simulate end product materials but also use the exact materials.
As the Platinum Partner to Stratasys 3D printing systems throughout the UK and Ireland we supply the entire Stratasys range of additive manufacturing systems and pride ourselves on our unrivalled specialist knowledge to install, train and support your 3D printing technology. We attain the highest level of service to all of our customers some of which are the UK’s leading names in aerospace, automotive, medicine, dentistry, education, consumer goods, product design and many more industries. They choose SYS Systems because they manufacture highly innovative products and require the exceptional support, which we undoubtedly continue to offer as the Stratasys partner of choice.
SYS Systems supply both PolyJet 3D printing technology and FDM-based printing technology, dependent on client requirement and business need, of which we will evaluate and recommend the best solution for the customer. The Stratasys PolyJet series range are especially renowned for their high resolution, producing models in up to 360,000+ with the Stratasys J750. Our customers use their Stratasys 3D printing systems for a wide array of production, manufacturing and engineering applications because our machines offer an alternative to external prototyping as well as offering ground-breaking 3D printing capabilities.
PolyJet technology is used in both complex model production for industries such as medicine, as well as to generate functional prototypes that can be tested for validation in industries such as automotive. Whereas FDM thermoplastic 3D printing technology is known for its strength which is especially beneficial for parts used in the aerospace industry, specifically when using ULTEM 9085 thermoplastic material due to its fire retardant properties.