With Easy-to-Use 3D Printer, No Expertise Required for Perfect Prototypes


F123 Series 3D Printers, available in three models with build sizes ranging from 10 to 14 in., allow even design workgroup novices to build durable and accurate prototypes using a range of functional FDM 3D Printing materials.


The company says no special expertise in 3D printing should be necessary, due to a streamlined design and Stratasys Insight software, allowing nearly any CAD file to be used, and GrabCAD Print, which eliminates wasting precious time on file conversion and STL prep. Models F170, F270, and F370 accept up to four material types: PLA for conceptual lower cost prototypes, production-grade ASA and ABS for repeatable parts, and engineering-grade PC-ABS for impact-resistant parts.


A single machine manages the complete prototyping workflow, from initial concept verification to design validation and final functional performance.


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  • 100,000 hr of reliability testing
  • Build sizes ranging from 10 to 14 in.
  • Accept up to four material types: PLA, ASA and ABS, and engineering-grade PC-ABS
  • No expertise required
  • Minimal setup: plug and play to give your entire office access to professional 3D printing.
  • Auto-calibration: less time troubleshooting and more time prototyping.
  • Fast and easy material swaps: maximize design team’s productivity.

2 User Reviews

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Anonymous, Engineering, R&D, Design & Technical Management
It is simple, and it works when you need it to.
Anonymous, Sales & Business Development Management
I've used 3D printers in the past, and Stratasys' F123 has made 3D printing so easy. A teammate gave me a 3 minute tutorial and I was printing. The printer is goof-proof. The software was super easy, as easy as ordering something online. The models came out perfect every time.