Stratasys Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary of Industry's First Low-Priced 3D Printer
Todd Grimm posted on February 17, 2012 |

Dimension 3D printerStratasys announced the tenth anniversary of its Dimension 3D Printer line, the first of its kind to bring 3D printing technology to a broad audience and accelerate the trend of 3D printer use in the market today.

When introduced in 2002 at $29,900, the Dimension 3D Printer opened new possibilities for designers as a reliable, compact, simple-to-use machine, at about half the cost of the next lowest-price 3D printer. The system's compact size and networking capabilities also made it ideal for an office environment, enabling product-design teams to have easier access to model making.

"Dimension laid the foundation for the 3D printing revolution we're seeing today," says Stratasys CEO Scott Crump. "It opened the door to a whole new demographic of users that previously couldn't access additive manufacturing."

Today, Dimension 3D printers represent the majority of Stratasys' installed base.

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