Say goodbye to the Fortus 900 and hello to the enhanced Stratasys F900 3D printer. The F900 is the most powerful FDM 3D printer available, delivering versatility and a high return on investment. With 12 thermoplastic options and a large build envelope, it’s the production machine everyone is talking about.
Part tolerances distinguish the Stratasys F900 from other 3D production systems. Designed and manufactured for the highest accuracy and repeatability, the F900 give additive manufacturing unmatched prototyping capabilities, allowing for multiple iterations. Plus the printer is MTConnect ready, has carbon fiber-filled advanced material and manufacturing process risk reduction. The F900 3D Production System also has the highest throughput and envelope volume, making it appropriate for fabrication and assembly tools, as well as end-use parts.
The F900 AICS (Aircraft Interiors Certification Solution) is a complete package of hardware, software and process-documentation to ensure the highest level of part-to-part repeatability for the first-of-its-kind solution. This solution is the basis for a National Institute of Aviation Research Qualification program and an SAE Specification. Using ULTEM 9085 resin material, the F900 AICS comes ready to produce certified flight hardware with precision repeatability from the first part to the 1000th part.
The F900 PRO includes all the benefits and value of the AICS configuration, now extended to all industries. As a production-grade system, it's ready to produce parts with the highest FDM repeatability and performance, including the use of ULTEM 9085 resin.
Already have a Fortus 900 machine and looking to take advantage of all that the third generation of technology has to offer? Then have we got good news for you! Both hardware and software upgrades are available, and will work on both GEN 1 and GEN 2 systems. (However, GEN 1 systems will not gain the features on the GEN 2 such as the camera or certifications.)
- FDM Nylon 12
- FDM Nylon 12CF
- FDM Nylon 6
- ULTEM 9085 resin
- ULTEM 1010 resin
- Soluble for most materials
- Break-away for PC-ISO, ULTEM, PPSF and ST-130
- Soluble or break-away for PC
In order to build and implement their robotic automation systems, Genesis turned to Stratasys for help. To learn more about how FDM 3D printing technology streamlined Genesis Systems, read the full case study.
Download our infographic to compare Stratasys' high-performance 3D printing materials to help decide which would be right for you and your company.