The largest model in the innovative Stratasys F123 series is the Stratasys F370. While it functions similar to the smaller series models it also offers many additional advantages. It produces both high-precision and stable components even for very demanding projects.
Features of F370 Stratasys 3D printer
F370 machine boasts F123 series' largest dimensions of 355 x 254 x 355 mm and supports additional material options such as PLA, ABS, ASA, PC-ABS, TPU92A, ABS-ESD7 and Diran. Plus, it operates with Insight software. Having all these properties, F370 in way approaches the Stratasys production series Fortus. The F370 has two production material and two support material containers and enables a wide range of applications from fast, low-cost prototypes to robust models.
Automatic repair of defective files
The Stratasys F370 can work with various 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 F370 has the ability to repair it directly in the file. Finally, a connection to the machine can be easily established via WiFi or Ethernet.
Are you looking for a 3D printer that is as easy to use as an entry-level device, but still offers advantages for production? Then the STRATASYS F370 at an attractive price is the right system for you.