Maximize Production with a Manufacturing Ready 3D Printer

Conventional manufacturing continues to evolve, embracing “smart” capabilities involving greater connectivity and flexibility all the way to full-on Industry 4.0 transformations. Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, continues to evolve too, as it capitalizes on opportunities traditional manufacturing technologies can’t exploit due to limitations.

Although additive manufacturing may never completely replace machining, molding and casting, it continues to develop and as new materials emerge, it is increasingly becoming the most suitable choice for certain applications. A fitting example of this is the Stratasys F900™ 3D Printer.

3D Printed Parts

3D Printed Production Parts

Download our white paper to learn:

  • How the F900 represents a true manufacturing ready additive manufacturing platform.
  • How the F900 provides the broadest array of thermoplastics and the largest build volume of any FDM® (fused deposition modeling) 3D printer in the Stratasys portfolio.
  • Why manufacturers are using it to take advantage of opportunities that aren’t possible with conventional technology and also compare the F900 to competing additive manufacturing technologies:
    • MJF – Material Jet Fusion
    • SLA – Stereolithography
    • SLS – Selective laser sintering
    • FFF – Fused filament fabrication
    • CLIP – Continuous Liquid Interface Production

Whether you need capacity for large parts or the production of many smaller parts in one build, download the white paper to learn how the manufacturing ready F900 offers opportunity for increased productivity, time efficiency and cost savings compared with conventional manufacturing methods.

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