The Stratasys F170 printer is a cost-effective entry-level model with the smallest print volume out of the three models in the US brand’s F123 series. Despite its volume, it covers all areas of application, such as precise prototypes and functional models and even small series production.
The Stratasys F170 3D printer has a high material capacity
The Stratasys F170 offers a good introduction to professional 3D printing due to the wide variety of materials and colors available. In addition to PLA, ABS and ASA, it can also work with TPU92A. With a construction space of 254 x 254 x 254 mm and the choice of four different resolutions, it is ideal for all phases of prototyping. Thanks to the heated print tray and the soluble backing material, stable and distortion-free plastic components can be created.
Automatic repair of damaged files
Stratasys F170 can work with several file formats, including STL, VRML and other native 3D CAD file formats such as Creo, Solidworks, NX, CATIA and Inventor. If there is a defect in a file, the F170 has the option to repair it directly. Ultimately, a connection to the machine can be easily established via the WIFI or Ethernet network.