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7665 Commerce Way

Eden Prairie, MN 55344

United States

Phone: 952-937-3000

Fax: 952-937-0070

Stratasys Ltd. provides additive manufacturing (AM) solutions for the creation of parts used in the processes of designing and manufacturing products and for the direct manufacture of end parts. In 2013, the company acquired Cooperation Technology Corporation (MakerBot), which was the direct parent company of MakerBot Industries, LLC, which owned and operated Thingiverse.com, a Website dedicated to the sharing of user-created digital design files. The company’s solutions are sold under eight brands, with products ranging from entry-level desktop 3D printers to systems for rapid prototyping (RP), and large production systems for direct digital manufacturing (DDM), and related services offerings. The company also develops, manufactures, and sells materials for use with its systems. The company’s services offerings include professional services as well as paid parts (provided printed parts). The company’s products and services are used in different applications by customers in an array of verticals, including aerospace, automotive, dental and jewelry. The company’s customers range from individuals and smaller businesses to large, global enterprises. As of December 31, 2013, the company has sold approximately 75,818 systems, including approximately 40,550 sold by MakerBot. The company provides products and services to its global customer base through its offices in the United States, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Japan, China, Hong Kong and Israel. The company holds approximately 550 granted or pending patents internationally. Products and services The company’s product portfolio consists of four series of AM systems and the consumables used by those systems. The company’s product series are the MakerBot desktop series, the Idea Series, the Design Series, and the Production Series. The company sells seven different brands across these product series: MakerBot, Mojo, uPrint, Dimension, Objet, Fortus and SolidScape. Collectively, this portfolio of products offers a range of performance options for users, depending on their desired application, as well as on the nature and size of the designs, prototypes or end-products they seek to produce. The company’s products are available at various different price points and include entry-level desktop 3D printers, a range of systems for RP, and large production systems for DDM. The company also offers a range of more than 130 3D printing materials. Printing systems The company’s AM systems are described as follows: MakerBot desktop series: The company’s MakerBot desktop series represents its 3D desktop printers. The MakerBot portfolio includes the Replicator printer series, as well as the recently introduced Digitzer, which is a 3D scanner that allows customers to scan an object and convert it into a digital file that can subsequently be printed. Idea Series: The Idea Series includes its lower capacity, affordable set of 3D printers for professional use. This series comprises the MoJo and uPrint product families, both of which are FDM-based. Design Series: The company’s Design Series includes the Dimension and Objet brands. The Dimension brand features its FDM technology and the Objet brand features its PolyJet-based technology. The technology available in this series makes it suited for all aspects of RP, from design visualization and communication to form and fit verification to model building for functional testing. This series also offers various products that provide customers with a range of choices of features such as printing capacity. The Dimension product line uses its FDM technology and allows users to create parts in ABSplus plastic. Production Series: The Production Series includes its Fortus and SolidScape brands, both of which are typically used for DDM applications. The company’s Fortus family of products is based on FDM technology and offers large build envelopes and multiple material options. Fortus 3D Production Systems produce prototypes and production-grade parts and end-products using high-performance thermoplastics. The company also offers its SolidScape line of 3D printers for DDM applications. This line of products combines patent-protecte

 

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