Consumer Product

Plastic Injection Molding

Get custom plastic molded prototypes and production parts in as few as 10 business days. We provide expert engineering reviews and $500 off your first mold. Dozens of materials and finishes are available.

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Why Consumer Products Companies Use Additive Manufacturing

With the ability to test and revise designs at will, 3D printing has opened new doors to innovation in consumer products.

An array of technologies and materials for every step of the product development life cycle allows you to bring your product to market faster than ever before.

Open up new possibilities for your business by changing the way you think about developing products. Compared to traditional methods, 3D printing offers significant advantages for better products with optimized designs.

Faster to Market
Get better results by removing steps and complexity in your workflow, and get real-time, hands-on customer feedback from close-to-production prototypes. Then, get parts on the shelves with low-volume production using our robust technologies.

Custom Consumer Products
Discover what’s possible for your consumer products with our wide variety of technologies and specially formulated materials.

Injection Molding Benefits


Produce high volumes of consistent production parts with near-limitless plastic material options.


Our proprietary tooling methods allow us to deliver low-volumes of parts within one to two weeks.


Get precise, repeatable parts throughout large production at the quality you expect.


At Stratasys Direct we offer a range of 3D printing and conventional technologies to serve a variety of application needs.

PolyJet offers unprecedented detail and cosmetic finish with the finest resolution in 3D printing.

With the ability to combine flexible and hard materials and incorporate full CMYK color and transparencies, PolyJet is ideal for custom models and prototypes.

Stereolithography (SL)
SL builds light-weight, detailed parts with the smoothest surface finish. Our proprietary offerings include near-hollow builds for extremely light-weight parts.

FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
an engineer inspects 3d printed motorcycle helmetsFDM builds strong, durable parts with engineering-grade thermoplastics quickly. Bring your product to market faster with strong prototypes or small runs of production parts.

Urethane Casting
With advanced formula polymer materials, Urethane Casting can produce short runs of your product so you can get to market faster.

Injection Molding
When you’re ready for high volumes, our tooling + injection molding teams are prepared with our excellent project management and fast turnarounds.

We have critical knowledge derived from decades working with top companies to maximize your resources and provide AS9100 and ISO 9001-certified manufacturing facilities to ensure consistent, high quality components.


Our team of experts have worked alongside designers and engineers for decades to bring inventive, beautiful products into the hands of customers.

Common Applications
Consumer Electronics
Entertainment Props and Set Pieces
Sporting Goods
Fashion Accessories
Packaging Prototypes

Frequently Asked Questions About Injection Molding

What formats do you accept? This applies to all categories.
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing accepts a wide variety of 3D file formats. You don’t need to convert your CAD data to STL to receive a quote.

Files accepted include STL, STEP, IGES, Pro/E, CATIA, Parasolid, SolidEdge, SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor, Unigraphics as well as files from other popular 3D CAD programs. Most customers provide us with IGS or STP files.

I don’t have a 3D design file like CAD or STL—can you still help me print a part?
Depending on your project; we do offer Design Services or we can recommend several companies who can make your design ready. Contact us to learn more.

Will Stratasys Direct Manufacturing sign Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA)?
Yes, we will sign an NDA. We always keep customer information confidential and only release information at the customer’s discretion. If you or your company do not have a standard NDA we can provide you with one.


Which 3D printing technology offers the greatest level of detail?
Though material, part size, and application are critical factors in determining which technology is best for a given project, PolyJet and Stereolithography are typically known for having the highest level of detail.

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