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Stratasys Powers Innovation at Polaris

Take a closer look at how Stratasys Additive Manufacturing is helping a company entrenched in Powersports vehicles drive innovation forward.

Polaris is most commonly known for developing snowmobiles and off-road vehicles. With all the hands-on assembly work that the company does in the plant, they've begun to use 3D printing to change the way that they make tooling. Much of what the company does works around different styles of tooling. Polaris says the biggest benefit of partnering with Stratasys and their technology is the ability to iterate on new tooling designs.

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