Stratasys FDM 3D Printers

Functional Prototypes, Tools and Production Parts
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FDM Meets the Demands of Production

Stratasys FDM (Fused-Deposition-Modeling) 3D Printers streamline processes from design through manufacturing, reducing costs and eliminating traditional barriers along the way. With FDM, designers can create an idea, and test it the same day. Industries can cut lead times and costs, products turn out better, and get to market faster. Breakthrough designs, process innovations, just-in-time manufacturing — whatever you can imagine, FDM can make it happen.

 

 

FDM Applications

 

FDM 3D printed PC-ABS concept models


Shorten the design process for new concepts with reliable FDM 3D printing. 

Concept Models

FDM 3D printed Ultem functional prototypes


Durable materials and simple print setup make prototyping in FDM fast and efficient.

Functional Prototypes

FDM 3D printed Nylon CF10 molds and patterns


3D print molds and dies with unique geometries in a fraction of the time and cost as traditional methods.

Molds and Patterns

FDM 3D printed ABS CF10 jigs and fixtures


Create jigs and fixtures faster, and cheaper, without compromising on quality. 

Jigs and Fixtures

FDM 3D printed Antero 840CN03 Production parts


3D printing production parts can slash lead times by up to 83% by eliminating tooling and other traditional manufacturing constraints.

Production Parts

Making the Move to 3D Printing: A Buyer's Guide to 3D Printing Technology

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BUYER'S GUIDE TO 3D PRINTING

This guide will help you understand the questions you’ll need to ask as well as provide insight into the technologies, materials and services available to you. 


Industries that utilize FDM 3D Printing

Industries that utilize FDM 3D printing

Companies like General Motors, NASCAR, Roush Performance, and Toyota have embraced FDM 3D printing. The most common applications for fused deposition modeling in the automotive field are prototyping, tooling, and production parts.
F1 supplier, Dash CAE uses FDM technology to produce large motorsport parts for their customers, including the chassis, suspension, and bodywork panels, which are used for aerodynamic testing. Read Case Study >>
Companies like Lockheed Martin, General Atomics, and East West Industries have leveraged the high performance materials available with FDM 3D printing for aerospace applications. Flight parts with complex geometry, tooling, and prototypes can all be printed quickly and cost effectively.
Leading defense and aerospace manufacturer BAE Systems uses FDM technology to rapidly manufacture customized equipment and prevent production hold ups due to supply chain issues.   Read Case Study >>
FDM technology is used to create assembly fixtures, inspection fixtures, and end-of-arm tooling in a wide range of industrial and manufacturing spaces.
Liberty Electronics reduced their process time per task 65% with 3D printed jigs and fixtures, all while optimizing for ergonomics.  Read Case Study >>
FDM rapid prototyping has proved a game changer for medical equipment and device manufacturers like Medtronic and Kablooe Design. New surgical instruments and sophisticated treatment devices can be built, tested, and adapted quickly when 3D printing is part of the process.
At Medtronic, FDM technology has brought the creation of design prototypes in-house, allowing teams to quickly revise designs. Read Case Study >>
Companies like Whirlpool, Thermos, and Unilever keep up with constantly evolving product design with the help of FDM technology. FDM parts can be used for rapid prototyping, design and concept modeling, and even end-use production parts. 
The Center for Advanced Design uses their Stratasys F370 for in-house prototyping to reduce the time to market for products in development. Read Case Study >>
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FDM 3D Printers

  • Stratasys F170 FDM 3D Printer
  • F170

  • Technology:
    FDM
  • Build Envelope:
    10″ x 10″ x 10″
  • Materials:
    ASA, ABS-CF10, ABS-M30, PLA, FDM TPU 92

  • Stratasys F190CR FDM 3D Printer
  • F190CR

  • Technology:
    FDM
  • Build Envelope:
    12″ x 10″ x 12″
  • Materials:
    ABS-M30, ASA, FDM TPU 92A, ABS-CF10, FDM Nylon-CF10

  • Stratasys F370 FDM 3D Printer
  • F370

  • Technology:
    FDM
  • Build Envelope:
    14″ x 10″ x 14″
  • Materials:
    ASA, ABS-CF10, ABS-M30, PLA, FDM TPU 92A, PC-ABS, Diran, ABS ESD7

  • Stratasys F370CR FDM 3D Printer
  • F370CR 

  • Technology:
    FDM
  • Build Envelope:
    14″ x 10″ x 14″
  • Materials:
    ABS-M30, ASA, FDM TPU 92A, ABS-ESD7™, PC-ABS™, Diran™ 410MF07, ABS-CF10, FDM Nylon-CF10

  • Stratasys F770 3D Printer Available at GoEngineer
  • F770

  • Technology:
    FDM
  • Build Envelope:
    39″ x 24″ x 24″
  • Materials:
    ASA, ABS-M30, SR-30

  • Stratasys FORTUS 450MC
  • Fortus 450mc

  • Technology:
    FDM
  • Build Envelope:
    16″ x 14″ x 16″
  • Materials:
    ASA, ABS-M30, PC-ABS, ABS-ESD7, ABS-M30i, PC, PC-ISO, Nylon 12, Nylon 12CF, ST-130, Antero 800NA, ULTEM 1010 resin, ULTEM 9085 resin

  • Stratasys F900 3D Printer

  • F900

  • Technology:
    FDM
  • Build Envelope:
    36″ x 24″ x 36″
  • Materials:
    ASA, ABS-M30, PC-ABS, ABS-ESD7, ABS-M30i, PC, PC-ISO, Nylon 12, Nylon 12CF, ST-130, Antero 800NA, Anterro 840NC03, ULTEM 1010 resin, ULTEM 9085 resin, PPSF, Nylon 6

  • Stratasys F3300 3D Printer

  • F3300

  • Technology:
    FDM
  • Build Envelope:
    23.6" x 23.6" x 31.5"
  • Materials:
    ASA, PC, FDM® Nylon 12CF, & ULTEM™ 9085 resin

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FDM 3D PRINTER COMPARISON TOOL

 

Stratasys FDM 3D Printing Material ASA Acrylonitrile styrene acrylate

Available with:  F170    /  F190CR  F370CR    /   F370   F770   /  Fortus 450mc   /  F900

 

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ASA

Acrylonitrile styrene acrylate

– New Standard material for all-purpose prototyping
– UV-stabilized for outdoor production parts
– Superior aesthetics and 10 color options
– All-around average mechanical performance

 

Potential applications:

– Conceptual models
– Functional prototypes
– Manufacturing tools
– Production parts

 

 

Stratasys FDM 3D Printing Material ABS-M30 on fractured human skull model

Available with:    F170     /  F190CR  /   F370   /     F370CR  /     F770     /     Fortus 450mc     /    F900

 

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ABS-M30

Acrylonitrile Butadiene styrene

– High performing ABS blend 25-70% stronger than standard
– Versatile, well-understood material
– Available in a biocompatible version
      • ABS-M30i | ISO 10993 USP Class VI  (can only print in Fortus machines)

 

Potential applications:

– Conceptual models
– Functional prototypes
– Manufacturing tools
– Production parts

 

Model Rocket printed with Stratasys PLA FDM printer material  

Available with:  F170   /  F370

 

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PLA

Polylactic acid

– Low-cost material option for fast-draft part iterations
– Low melt temperature = fast print speeds
– Available in multiple colors and translucent blends
– Breakaway support material only

 

Potential applications:

– Low-cost iterations
– Conceptual prototypes

 

flexible hose printed with Stratasys FDM TPU 92A FDM 3D Printer Material  

Available with:  F170   /  F190CR  F370 F370CR

 

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FDM TPU 92A

Polyurethane

– Resilient & flexible thermoplastic
– High abrasion resistance and elongation
– Excellent toughness and tear resistance
– Perfect for large and/or complex elastomer parts
– Compatible with soluble support material

 

Potential applications:

– Hoses, tubes, air ducts
– Protective covers
– Seals
– Vibration dampeners
– Prototype and end-use parts

 

3D Printed Part Using Stratasys ABS-CF10 Carbon Fiber Composite Material

Available with:    F170   /  F190CR  F370  F370CR

 

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ABS-CF10

Acrylonitrile Butadiene styrene

– Combines standard ABS material with 10% carbon fiber by weight
– 50% stiffer than standard ABS 3D printing material
– 15% stronger than standard ABS 3D printing material
– Exclusive to the F123 Series

 

Potential applications:

– Tooling
– Jigs and fixtures 
– Production and assembly 
– Drill guides

PC-ABS

Polycarbonate + Acrylonitrile Butadiene styrene

– Blended material that shares properties with ABS and PC
– Highest impact strength of Stratasys FDM materials
– Good toughness, durability, and heat resistance
– Available on the F123 platform

 

Potential applications:

– Conceptual models
– Functional prototypes
– Manufacturing tools
– Production parts

 

Fan Blades 3D printed with the Stratasys PC-ABS FDM 3D Material

Available with:   F370   /  F370CR

 

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Diran

Mineral-filled Polyamide

– Nylon12 with 7% mineral fill
– Smooth, lubricious surface
– Low scratch & Mar characteristics
– Good flexibility and Strength characteristics
– Resistance to hydrocarbon-based chemicals

 

Potential applications:

– Tooling
– Jigs & fixtures

 

ABS-ESD7

Acrylonitrile Butadiene styrene

– Static-dissipative material based on ABS-M30
– Prevents build-up of static electricity
– Electrical Properties:
     • Volume Resistivity: 3.0×109 – 4.0×1010 ohm-cm
     • Surface resistance: 106 – 109 ohms

 

Potential applications:

– End-use components
– Electronic products
– Industrial equipment
– Jigs & fixtures

 

Stratasys FDM 3D Printer Polycarbonate PC Material sample model  

Available with:    Fortus 450mc   /  F900

 

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PC

Polycarbonate

– Material known for its superior strength and durability
– Stable material that will not change shape over time
– Available in a biocompatible version
     • PC-ISO | ISO 10993 USP Class VI | F900 only
– Great material for use on the shop floor

 

Potential applications:

– Demanding prototypes
– Tooling & fixtures
– Metal bending patterns
– Composite patterns
– Medical production parts

 

Purchase Stratasys Nylon 12 FDM Material

Available with:    Fortus 450mc   /  F900

 

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Nylon 12

Polyamide

– Composite material
– Moderate chemical resistance

 

Potential applications:

– High-fatigue endurance
– Repetitive snap fits
– Friction-fit inserts

 

Nylon 12CF

Polyamide + Chopped Carbon Fiber

– Composite material with 35% chopped carbon fiber reinforcement
– Highest flexural strength and stiffness-to-weight ratio FDM material
– Moderate chemical resistance
– Static dissipative qualities

 

Potential applications:

– Metal component replacement
– Production parts
– Tooling

 

Nylon-CF10 FDM 3D Printing Material

Available with:   F190CR   /    F370CR

 

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Nylon CF10

Polyamide + Chopped Carbon Fiber

– Replace machined jigs and fixtures quickly
– Upgraded, lightweight, convenient designs made possible by FDM Nylon-CF10’s high strength-to-weight ratio
– Soluble support for geometrically complex designs

 

Potential applications:

Metal forming dies
– Press brakes
– End effectors and more

 

Stratasys FDM 3D Printed parts with ST-130 Material

Available with:    Fortus 450mc   /  F900

 

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ST-130

Soluble Model Material

– Engineered and tested specifically for sacrificial tooling applications
– High compressive strength
– Triangle fill pattern to optimize process speed | Build & dissolution
– Capable of Autoclave cure

 

Potential applications:

– Temporary pattern for hollow composite parts

 

Antero 800NA

Polyetherketoneketone

– Pekk-based super material
– Strong mechanical properties
– Excellent chemical resistance
– Minimal outgassing and dimensional stability

 

Potential applications:

– Everything aerospace
– Production parts
– Advanced functional prototypes

 

Stratasys FDM 3D Printer part model with Antero 840CN03 Material

Available with:  F900

 

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Antero 840CN03

Polyetherketoneketone + Carbon Nanotubes

– Pekk-based super material
– Electrostatic dissipative
– Ultra-low outgassing
– Electrical properties:
     • Volume Resistance: 104 – 109 ohm
– Outgassing properties:
     • Total Mass Loss (TML): 0.41-0.45 %
     • Water Vapor Recovered (WVR): 0.15 – 0.17 %
     • Collected Volatile Condensable Materials        (CVCM): <0.01 – 0.01%

 

Potential applications:

– Production parts
– Advanced functional prototypes

 

Stratasys FDM 3D Printer part model with Antero 840CN03 Material

Available with:    Fortus 450mc   /  F900

 

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ULTEM 1010

Polyetherimide

– Excellent strength & thermal stability
– Highest heat resistance of any FDM material 421˚F
– Flame, smoke, and toxicity rating
     • 14 CFR/FAR 25.853 | ASTM F814/E662
– Available in general purpose or biocompatible grade
     • ULTEM 1010CG | NSF51| ISO10993 Class VI

 

Potential applications:

– Advanced functional prototypes
– Production parts
– Manufacturing tools and patterns

 

 

Stratasys FDM 3D Printer part model with Antero 840CN03 Material

Available with:    Fortus 450mc   /  F900

 

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ULTEM 9085

Polyetherimide

– Flame-retardant, high performing material
– High thermal & chemical resistance
– Flame, Smoke, and Toxicity rating
     • 14 CFR/FAR 25.853 | ASTM F814/E662
– Fungus resistant
     • MIL-STD-810G
– Available in general purpose or certified grade
     • Raw & filament analysis | lot number traceability

 

Potential applications:

– Advanced functional prototypes
– Production parts
– Manufacturing tools and patterns

 

Part 3D Printed on Stratasys F900 FDM 3D printer with PPSF/PPSU Material

Available with:    F900

 

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PPSF/PPSU

Polyphenylsulfone

– Built for demanding applications
– Excellent chemical resistance
– Good heat resistance and mechanical strength
– Suitable choice for “under the hood” scenarios
– Sterilizable
– Steam | ETO | Plasma | Chemical | Radiation

 

Potential applications:

– Concept models
– Functional prototypes
– Production parts
– Manufacturing tools

 

Part printed on Stratasys F900mc with FDM Nylon 6 material

Available with:    F900

 

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Nylon 6

Polyamide

– New standard material for all-purpose prototyping
– Fills the niche between Nylon 12 and Nylon 12CF
– Excellent combination of strength and toughness
– Good choice for production floor environment

 

Potential applications:

– Production tooling
– End-use parts
– Tough prototypes

 

FDM Hips

High-impact polystyrene

– High impact resistance
– General use
– Low cost

 

Potential applications:

– Jigs and Fixtures
– Manufacturing Aids
– Functional Prototypes

 

Kimya PC-FR

Polycarbonate (PC) - Flame Retardant

– Flame-resistent material
– Electrical insulator
– Good dimensional stability

 

Potential applications:

– Passenger and commerical rail
– Electrical 
– Replacement of obsolete parts

 

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3D print functional metal parts and prototypes for industrial, commercial and private applications    Metal 3D Printers

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SAF

Selective Absorption Fusion™ SAF™ technology that delivers functional, production grade parts with optimum consistency.    Production SAF 3D Printers

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P3

Programmable PhotoPolymerization P3™ technology delivers industry leading accuracy, consistency, and details.     Production P3 3D Printers

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Stereolithography

Open-system Stereolithography (SL) technology delivers dependable, scalable fabrication at unprecedented speeds.     Open-system Stereolithography 3D Printers

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