Unleashing the Power of Composite 3D Printing
High-Strength Composite Printing
The F123 CR Series printers, including F190CR and F370CR, offer the ability to create parts with remarkable strength and rigidity, perfect for demanding tooling applications.
Accelerated Production with Composite Materials
Utilize ABS-CF10 and FDM® Nylon-CF10, both reinforced with 10% chopped carbon fiber, to produce lightweight yet robust jigs, fixtures, and manufacturing aids.
Innovative Design Flexibility
With soluble support material and four-layer resolution options, the F123 CR Series printers enable complex geometries unachievable by conventional machining.
From high-strength composites to a variety of engineering thermoplastics, the F123 CR Series caters to a broad spectrum of applications, ensuring your manufacturing needs are always met.
Built on the reliable F123 Series platform, these printers boast a 99% uptime and dimensional repeatability, ensuring your production stays on schedule.
With its small footprint, the J5 MediJet is a perfect fit for any lab space, offering on-demand printing capabilities for medical professionals and educators.
Stratasys F123 CR Series OPTIONS
Discover the Strength of F123 CR Series Printers
Explore the advanced capabilities of the Stratasys F123 CR Series for robust and efficient 3D printing. Ideal for a range of applications, from rapid prototyping to precise tooling, these printers offer versatility and high-quality results. Discover how they can streamline your production process.
Advanced Strength, Precision & Versatility: The Stratasys F123CR Series
The Stratasys F123CR Series excels in applications that demand parts with superior strength and rigidity, ideal for tooling applications where lightweight yet strong polymer jigs and fixtures can replace metal tools, reducing lead times.
Embrace the power of high-strength composite 3D printing for fast, iterative functional prototyping.
Carbon fiber materials enable the creation of rigid 3D printed jigs, fixtures, and manufacturing aids as alternatives to machined metal.
This series also supports the production of industrial-grade, low-volume components and end-use parts with robust mechanical properties.