3D Printer Material

Diran 410MF07 Material Series Part Two: Machine Upgrade FAQs

Processing aid printed in diran

Stratasys has recently released Diran material for the Stratasys F370 3D printer; this material is a nylon-based thermoplastic with 7% mineral fill by weight. In the second of this three part series, we will discuss material application examples and upgrade FAQ’s. Read part one to…

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Diran 410MF07 Material Series Part One: Material Characteristics and Properties

Diran robot end effector

Stratasys has recently released Diran 410MF07 material for the Stratasys 370 printer, this material is a nylon based thermoplastic with 7% mineral fill by weight. Additives like minerals or fibers (carbon fiber) are added to nylon to change its material properties and in some cases…

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Which Materials should I use to 3D print PPE or Medical Components?

Medical Materials

If you want to use your 3D printer to help in the fight against COVID-19 with the production of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), medical devices, or components for medical equipment, like a ventilator, then you need to pick the right type of material. FDM Materials…

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Upgrading Stratasys F123 3D Printers for FDM TPU 92A Material – Part 2

Learn how to upgrade Stratasys F123 series of 3D printers with an upgrade kit so they are able to print the new FDM TPU 92A elastomer material. TPU is a thermoplastic polyurethane material that can be considered a bridge between rubber and plastic. Read part…

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Upgrading Stratasys F123 3D Printers for FDM TPU 92A Material – Part 1

FDM TPU 92a Intake Assembly

Introducing a new material upgrade for the Stratasys F123 3D printer platform! Additive manufacturing continues to advance in the world of 3D printing. One of the newest elastomer material upgrades available for FDM printers is the FDM TPU 92A. What is TPU 92A? TPU stands…

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3D Printing Tutorial: How to Embed and Print Parts with VeroClear Material

VeroClear Material Medical Example

VeroClear is a transparent material that simulates PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate), commonly known as acrylic. Like PMMA, VeroClear material is used as an alternative to glass and is ideal for concept modeling and design verification of clear parts such as eye wear, light covers and medical…

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3D Printing Material Spotlight: Stratasys FDM Nylon 12CF

Stratasys recently released a new offering in it’s FDM Nylon material family. This new material is a carbon-filled thermoplastic called Nylon 12CF. To showcase some of the features of this great product, we have put together Nylon 12CF FAQ, features, usage tips and best practices information….

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3D Printing in Schools – Health & Safety FAQ Continued

3D printing in classroom

Earlier this month we posted part two of our three-part blog series covering 3D Printing Health & Safety in schools. We will now answer the remaining FAQ that educators have about 3D printing. Health and safety (H&S) considerations and the successful implementation of 3D Printers are very…

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The Benefits of Stratasys FDM 3D Printers

ASA Material

Stratasys Performance Production Series systems run on Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM®) technology, which builds parts layer by layer from a CAD model using a variety of production-grade thermoplastics. With FDM technology, the traditional fabrication process is substantially simplified. Toolmaking becomes less expensive and time consuming….

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