6/6/2019

Stratasys F120 3D Printer Offers Remote Self-Monitoring

Stratasys’ F120 3D printer, a part of the F123 series of fused deposition modeling (FDM) printers, offers simple controls, remote self-monitoring, 3D printing hardware and reliability and repeatability.

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Stratasys’ F120 3D printer, a part of the F123 series of fused deposition modeling (FDM) printers, offers simple controls, remote self-monitoring, 3D printing hardware and reliability and repeatability.

The F120 aids 3D printing in the design studio, office or education environments. The F120 printer is designed to create high-quality FDM models time-after-time. Streamlined plug-and-print functionality removes complexity from typical workflow processes with a user-friendly touchscreen interface and GrabCAD Print workflow.

Enabling multiple uses in a single system, the F120 is said to support everything from rapid prototyping and tooling to full manufacturing. Offering the ability to print 3X faster than competitive solutions and tested 24/7 performance, large filament boxes allow for up to 250 hrs. of uninterrupted printing. The printer also offers ease-of-use, high-level accuracy, and hands-free soluble support.

The F120 is backed by 1,200 hrs. of testing of the most important print performance attributes — including part robustness, accuracy and how well the printed part matches the CAD file. Incorporating the benefits of larger systems, the F120 printer can 3D print complex designs.

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