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Select Additive Stratasys - F123 Series
Select Additive Stratasys - F123 Series


F123 Series

F123 Series 3D printers give engineers, designers, and educators access to affordable, industrial-grade 3D printing. Comprised of the F170 and F370 printers, the F123 family is designed for ease of use, starting with a streamlined CAD-to-print workflow enabled by GrabCAD Print software.

F123 printers offer a versatile selection of materials, including carbon fiber, thermoplastic polyurethane, and other engineering-grade thermoplastics. F123 Series printers combine fast and easy material swaps, a generous build volume, and dependable print results to provide accurate, repeatable 3D printing suitable for the office, classroom, or factory floor.

Key Features

  • F123 Series printers emphasize features designed to make highly effective 3D printing simple, safe, and time efficient.
  • Soluble support material lets you create intricate geometries with hidden cavities, a feature not found on entry-level systems.
  • Material spools are housed in an easily accessible drawer in the front of the printer, making material changes quick and painless.
  • The user interface screen on the front of the printer features an intuitive menu to control and process your print jobs.
  • GrabCAD Print and Insight software let you control the depth and breadth of control you have over your print operations.

Key Industries

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How it works:


Powered by Single Pass Jetting™, the Production System™ features bi-directional 3D printing—so whenever there is movement, there is printing.

When a build is complete, the build box is removed and replaced with a fresh box for the next build. The completed build box is moved to a depowdering station where loose powder is removed and parts are prepared for sintering.
Depowdered parts and loaded into an industrial furnace where they are heated to temperatures near melting. Remaining binder is removed causing the metal particles to fuse together and the parts to densify.