Custom Thermoplastic Extruder Manufacturer for the Additive Manufacturing Industry


Additive Manufacturing Startup Competition

Strangpresse entered into a contest with other startup companies in the 3D manufacturing industry in which they had to write and speak about a number of topics related to the company. The competition, AMPED, is sponsored by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation…
Click the link below to read more.…rtup-competition/

The Future of 3D Manufacturing

Now that 3D printing is becoming more consumer-friendly, it is starting to revolutionize the way we manufacture products. It is making the manufacturing process almost completely hands-on for the first time, ever…
Click the link below to read more.

Why you should start investing in 3D Manufacturing now

I read recently the striking similarities between the societal effects of the Internet and 3D Manufacturing, and found them to be quite fascinating. The Internet changed the face of communication across the world, and 3D printing is set to do the same by rewriting the way we make and produce products…
Click the link below to read more.

Reasons to Invest in Additive Manufacturing

With the holiday season upon us, it is important to note the impact of our purchases and decisions that can be harmful on the environment. Normally, when first thinking of Additive Manufacturing, “energy saving and environmentally friendly” is not the first thing we associate with….
Click the link below to read more.

Strangpresse Extruder major part in Autodesk University

Strangpresse’s custom thermoplastic extruders are being utilized for various technologies, like we have touched on before. The most recent innovation that came about with the help of our Model 19 Extruder was the idea of Generative Design by AutoDesk….
Click the link below to read more.

Rapid Conference, May 8-11-2017

As the Additive Manufacturing industry continues to evolve, Youngstown’s own Strangpresse is taking flight within the industry in a city that is also adapting to change and economic growth. Right in our backyard, our executives will be attending the RAPID conference in Pittsburgh, PA from May 8-11, 2017….
Click the link below to read more.

Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) 2016

AMUG. Sounds like a ton of braniacs meeting together to talk about innovative technology, right? Right. AMUG stands for Additive Manufacturing Users Group, which will be celebrating its 29th Anniversary at its March 19-23 show at the Hilton in Chicago. In 2017, AMUG is expecting an increase in attendance (a.k.a. braniacs) due to many people entering the market and engineering new ideas to stimulate the Additive Manufacturing sector….
Click the link below to read more.

Oak Ridge National Labs And Strangpresse Enter Into A Cooperative Research And Development Agreement (CRADA)

The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Strangpresse, LLC have entered into a research and development agreement to evaluate the Strangpresse extruder intended for large-scale additive manufacturing, as well as, conduct material testing for long fiber reinforced materials…
Click the link below to read more.

The Next ‘Big’ Thing in 3D Printing

Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is big news these days, and the news in AM is “Big,” as in Big-Area Additive Manufacturing, or BAAM. Visitors to June’s Amerimold exposition in Rosemont, Ill., got an impression of where BAAM is headed…
Click the link below to read more.

Watch Strangpresse Video at Business Journal Daily

Strangpresse Launches New Tech for 3-D Printing

A company that in December started manufacturing plastic filament used as feedstock in desktop 3D printers is stepping up its game…
Click the link below to read more.

Proof of Youngstown’s Technological Renaissance

Baylor School of Engineering and Computer Science to Collaborate with Strangpresse on Large-Scale Deposition Research



amt_logo_hdr     dmdii.logo     america.makes.logo     IACMI.logo