The next generation of FDM 3D printers from Stratasys is here: The F123 Series. These printers combine powerful FDM technology with design-to-print GrabCAD software for the most versatile and intelligent 3D printing solution available. Enhancements have been made with the user experience in mind including:
Stratasys F170 Fused Deposition Modeling 3D Printer
The F170 3D printer brings users affordable and reliable professional 3D printing technology. This printer gives users a build chamber of 10x10x10 inches and access to ABS, PLA, and ASA material options. This machine is ideal for schools and professionals looking to create concept models and prototypes that are cost effective yet still keep the tight tolerances associated with Stratasys professional printers.
Stratasys F270 Fused Deposition Modeling 3D Printer
The F270 3D Printer is built for the high volume production of larger parts. With a build volume of 12x10x12 inches, users have a build chamber that is 44% larger than the F170.
The F270 also adds an additional model and support material bay. Users can load a backup spool of material for long builds (with automatic changeover), or keep their most popular materials loaded, for even faster material changes.
In comparison to previous generation Dimension:
Stratasys F370 Fused Deposition Modeling 3D Printer
Need to build large parts ideal for prototyping as well as manufacturing aids like jigs and fixtures? The F370 has a 36% larger build chamber than the F270 with dimensions of 14x10x14 inches.
In addition to access to the standard ABS, ASA, and PLA materials on the F-Series printers, users can also build using PC-ABS which is ideal for producing parts that are not only highly accurate but also durable in nature.
In comparison to the previous generation Fortus 250:
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From rapid prototyping to production tooling, 3D printing is becoming one of the biggest drivers of innovation within the manufacturing sector. Fisher Unitech invites you to join us in exploring how the newly announced Stratasys F123 Series 3D printers and new materials are helping to advance manufacturing.