FDM Printing Is Now

Firms that design multiple prototypes per year will benefit from the easy to use F-123 series of FDM printers.

With amazing new materials like TPU elastomers, prototypes take a whole new shape.

Shorten Development Cycles

Eliminate the lead times of outsourcing and iterate on your designs more often. Get functional prototypes in front of customers faster than ever before, shortening the back and forth between customer and design. Get to market first and maximize your product’s potential.

Achieve Complex Geometries

3D printing has significantly less limitations than you encounter in “traditional” manufacturing. Give your designs freedom! Create organic shapes & complex geometries normally impossible to produce with other methods. 

Materials Cost + Labor Cost = Reduction of Printing Costs of up to 40%

3D printers offer a massive range of material options that can meet your mechanical needs at a fraction of the cost of metals. 3D printers run all 4 shifts, and they don’t get hurt. Realize huge savings over traditional manufacturing with a material for nearly every application.

Print Larger Parts

A wide range of build volumes gives you the ability to print prototypes at full scale to final production. Print faster with a variety of layer heights and infill patterns to ensure your parts are produced quickly, without sacrificing functionality.

Simplify Prototype-to-Product Journey

Bring your product development cycle in house and eliminate the challenges of extended lead times and minimum order quantities. Iterate faster and be more flexible to the needs of your customers. Get your products to market weeks or months earlier than you ever thought possible.

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