Stratasys is transforming 3D printing again!
Today, April 1st, Stratasys presented their answer to industry-ready additive tech to the world at AMUG 2019, and the superior capabilities of this desktop sized 3D printer are no joke.
"The F120 is designed to be easier to own, but with industrial strength," said Gina Scala, director of marketing, global education, Stratasys.
This versatile, desktop-sized system is being presented at a price point 40% lower than models with comparable capabilities.
“We’re making it easier to use and more accessible than ever before for the folks that it matters to," said Scala. “This is all about accessibility, it’s set up to empower the next generation of designers, engineers and educators. It has an industrial grade feature set but it’s at a price point that’s more manageable for small to medium sized design firms.”
Features that underscore the F120's accessibility:
- Plug and Print capability: The F120 is easy to install and set up, and requires minimal know-how. Even novices can get started 3D printing from the get-go.
- Allows for multiple uses in a single system: the versatile F120 can support everything from rapid prototyping and tooling to full manufacturing.
- Prints up to 3X faster than competitive solutions: Not to mention, expanded print time capabilities with round-the-clock printing dependability and performance.
Want to learn more? Stay tuned to our social platforms and make sure to register for Dig It. Fab It. Make It. on May 17, 2019 at WPI. Gina Scala will introduce this industry-changing system to attendees from the New England edu community, and demonstrate how it will expand what's possible in today's engineering programs.