User-Friendly, Office-Friendly

The new Stratasys F123 series is easy to operate and maintain for all levels of experience. And, it’s adept at every prototyping stage, from concept verification to design validation to functional performance.

A variety of the most commonly used CAD file formats can be imported directly into the 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 of prototyping.

  • Minimal setup means you can simply plug and play to give your entire office access to professional 3D printing.
  • Auto-calibration ensures you spend less time troubleshooting and more time prototyping.
  • Fast and easy material swaps to help maximize your design team’s productivity.

Smarter Software

GrabCAD Print software simplifies the entire 3D printing process with an intuitive CAD-like application anyone on your team can use. And with features like detailed reporting and remote monitoring, you can easily manage your print jobs from outside the office. Combined with the ability to seamlessly share projects between users, it all adds up to a more streamlined, efficient workflow.

Versatility and Performance

The Stratasys F123 series lets you print everything from fast, low-cost concept models to durable assemblies. And the Stratasys F123 series gives the option of up to four different materials, along with our easy-to-remove soluble support material.* Create complex parts and assemblies with no compromise on accuracy, detail and repeatability. Even for your earliest design iterations, you can expect Stratasys quality and dependability.

*The Stratasys F170 and F270 models support PLA, ABS-M30 and ASA materials; the Stratasys F370 supports PLA, ABS-M30, ASA and PC-ABS materials. PLA uses breakaway support only.

See the F123 Series Printer in Action

 

One of the lucky companies that did a beta of F370 Printer was Center for Advanced Design (CAD).  Click the link below to learn how their design firm used 3D printing to refine ideas with speed.

Center for Advanced Design (CAD) – Case Study EN

F123 Series Printer in office

Download the Brochure – F123 Series Printers