Stratasys acquires Arevo’s technology portfolio

March 7, 2024
Includes patents in carbon fiber printing, Z-strength improvement, in-situ and AI build monitoring.

3D printer manufacturer Stratasys has acquired the technology portfolio of Arevo, including its intellectual property estate.

Stratasys says the acquisition will enable the company to extend manufacturing applications for its customers.

Arevo, which specialized in 3D printing with carbon fiber,  ceased operations in 2023. Its portfolio includes multiple patents in carbon fiber printing, Z-strength improvement achieved by localized laser melting and roller compaction, in-situ and AI build monitoring, and hardware design.

“The technology we’ve acquired allows for increasingly improved isotropy of physical properties in FDM parts, which opens up additional use for customers,” said Rich Garrity, Stratasys’ Chief Industrial Business Officer. “This investment continues our commitment to focusing our organic and inorganic innovation on applications and use cases that provide real value to our manufacturing customers, ensuring that Stratasys will continue to be the most relevant and attractive partner moving forward.”

Stratasys Ltd. is based in Eden Prairie, Minn.