The F770 is designed with size in mind. For full output, print one or more large parts or use the printer’s large capacity to make several parts. With the longest fully heated build chamber on the market, you can print a part that is 46 inches long on the diagonal. The spacious 13 cubic-foot build envelope opens up new opportunities for manufacturing, prototyping and production-part applications that aren’t available with smaller printers.
The Stratasys F770™ 3D printer allows printing massive, complex parts cost-effective, dependable, and easy.
The F770 uses soluble support material, allowing you to design and print parts without having to worry about design-for-manufacturability restrictions or the limitations of printers with poor support capabilities. The hands-free support removal method often reduces post-processing time, allowing you to work more efficiently.
Jigs and Fixtures
Lower the cost and lead time to make or outsource manufacturing tools by 3D printing them instead. The F770’s substantial build volume means you can create larger tools in a single piece rather then making them in multiple parts that have to be bonded together.
Prototyping large parts easily and in-house is now possible, thanks to the generous capacity of the F770. Print your designs in full size instead of using scaled-down versions. Validate concepts and fit faster, accelerating the design and production process.
3D printing is the perfect tool for short-run end-use parts that aren’t economical to produce with CNC machining or other traditional manufacturing methods. The F770 is right-sized to accommodate the needs of these limited production volumes whether it’s many smaller parts or a few large items.