Stratasys F123 Series OPTIONS
F170 FDM Printer
Featuring a 10x10x10″ maximum build size, the Stratasys F170 3D printer is compatible with PLA, ABS-M30 and ASA materials supported by convenient QSR soluble support material.
F270 FDM Printer
The Stratasys F270 3D printer features a larger 12x10x12″ maximum build size. It is compatible with PLA, ABS-M30 and ASA materials supported by convenient QSR soluble support material.
F370 FDM Printer
Expand your maximum build size to 14x10x14″ with the Stratasys F370. It is compatible with PLA, ABS-M30, ABS-ESD7 and ASA materials in addition to PC-ABS, using the same great QSR support material.
User-Friendly, Office-Friendly, Versatile & Efficient.
The new Stratasys F123 series is easy to operate. And, it’s adept at every prototyping
stage, from concept verification to design validation to functional
Files are imported into the included GrabCAD software. The three printers in the
platform, the Stratasys F170™, F270™ and Stratasys F370™,
support a broad range of capabilities and budgets for every stage
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