USA & Canada
USA & Canada

F123 Series

F123 Series 3D printers give engineers, designers, and educators access to affordable, industrial-grade 3D printing. Comprised of the F170 and F370 printers, the F123 family is designed for ease of use, starting with a streamlined CAD-to-print workflow enabled by GrabCAD Print software.

F123 printers offer a versatile selection of materials, including carbon fiber, thermoplastic polyurethane, and other engineering-grade thermoplastics. F123 Series printers combine fast and easy material swaps, a generous build volume, and dependable print results to provide accurate, repeatable 3D printing suitable for the office, classroom, or factory floor.

F123 Series

Benefits
Features and benefits

The F123 Series was built with the user in mind, offering capable 3D printing in a system virtually anyone can operate.

  • check Simplicity is a hallmark of the F123 Series, showing how reliable 3D printing doesn’t have to be difficult to learn, operate, or maintain.
  • check For their size, F123 printers are highly capable, enabling a wide variety of applications with an ample selection of diverse materials.
  • check Their compact size makes F123 printers easily located wherever you need 3D printing capabilities – from the office to the shop floor.
  • check Quiet and safe operation means an F123 printer doesn’t require special handling or accommodations, including in the classroom.
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Features
Features and benefits

F123 Series printers emphasize features designed to make highly effective 3D printing simple, safe, and time efficient.

  • check Soluble support material lets you create intricate geometries with hidden cavities, a feature not found on entry-level systems.
  • check Material spools are housed in an easily accessible drawer in the front of the printer, making material changes quick and painless.
  • check The user interface screen on the front of the printer features an intuitive menu to control and process your print jobs.
  • check GrabCAD Print and Insight software let you control the depth and breadth of control you have over your print operations.
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Materials

All Materials

From PLA to carbon-fiber ABS, F123 Series printers offer a capable selection of materials for many 3D printing applications. The materials shown below are several that are available. Refer to the printer’s specification sheet to see the full complement of materials available on that printer.

PLA

PLA

Perfect for quick concept verification at low cost. PLA works with fast-draft mode and comes in 11 different colors.

ASA

ASA

Like ABS but with UV resistance, ASA is the perfect all-purpose 3D printing material, suitable for many applications.

ABS-CF10

ABS-CF10

ABS-CF10 combines the benefits of ABS with the strength of carbon fiber for a durable, rigid material.

TPU

FDM TPU 92A

Create accurate elastomer parts and prototypes like flexible hoses and tubes with FDM TPU 92A.

Diran

Diran 410MF07

Diran’s toughness and smooth, low-friction texture make it perfect for non-marring, factory-floor tooling.

PLA

Perfect for quick concept verification at low cost. PLA works with fast-draft mode and comes in 11 different colors.

ASA

Like ABS but with UV resistance, ASA is the perfect all-purpose 3D printing material, suitable for many applications.

ABS-CF10

ABS-CF10 combines the benefits of ABS with the strength of carbon fiber for a durable, rigid material.

TPU

Create accurate elastomer parts and prototypes like flexible hoses and tubes with FDM TPU 92A.

Diran

Diran’s toughness and smooth, low-friction texture make it perfect for non-marring, factory-floor tooling.

Typical Applications

Common applications for F123 Series printers include prototyping, tooling, and low-volume end-use part production. However, the versatile array of materials available on these printers allows you to be as creative as you need to address use cases beyond these general categories.

F123 Prototyping

Prototyping

Easy-to-use F123 Series printers let you iterate your designs much more quickly than traditional prototyping methods.

F123 Tooling

Jigs and Fixtures

Tooling 3D printed on F123 printers can make your production floor more efficient and your tooling more ergonomic and worker-friendly.

F123 Prod part

Production Parts

Customer parts and low-volume production that wouldn’t be feasible with traditional fabrication are possible with F123 Series printers.

F123 Prototyping

Easy-to-use F123 Series printers let you iterate your designs much more quickly than traditional prototyping methods.

F123 Tooling

Tooling 3D printed on F123 printers can make your production floor more efficient and your tooling more ergonomic and worker-friendly.

F123 Prod part

Customer parts and low-volume production that wouldn’t be feasible with traditional fabrication are possible with F123 Series printers.

Printer Comparison

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With two to choose from, there’s an F123 Series printer that’s right for your application, from manufacturing to education.

  • Max Build Size
  • Materials
  • Cartridge capacity
  • Software
  • Brochure
F370

F370

  • Max Build Size 355 x 254 x 355 mm
    (14 x 10 x 14 in.)
  • Materials 8
  • Cartridge capacity 4
    material spool bays (2 model – 2 support)
    Auto material changeover
  • Software GrabCAD Print & Insight
    GrabCAD Print Pro
  • Brochure Download brochure
F170

F170

  • Max Build Size 254 x 254 x 254 mm
    (10 x 10 x 10 in.)
  • Materials 5
  • Cartridge capacity 2
    material spool bays (1 model – 1 support)
  • Software GrabCAD Print
    GrabCAD Print Pro
  • Brochure Download brochure

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Customer Case Studies

All Customer Success Stories

F123 Series customers cover a lot of ground, from universities to transportation to industrial manufacturers. See how they use F123 printers to solve problems faster and make things better.

CS Notre dame

University of Notre Dame

F123 Series printers are among several Stratasys systems the University of Notre Dame’s IDEA Center relies on to educate and promote entrepreneurship.

CS Form automation

Form Automation

Form Automation uses its F370 printer to quickly and cost-effectively make robotic end-of-arm tooling.

CS Alsmtom

Alstom

Alstom’s F170 printer helps keep the trains running with on-demand production.

CS Future motion

Future Motion

Designing the Onewheel personal transportation device requires fast validation of ideas, a great application for F123 printers.

CS Scheider

Schneider Electric

Dramatically shortening the lead time for assembly line tooling is how Schneider Electric leverages its F170 printer.

CS Notre dame

F123 Series printers are among several Stratasys systems the University of Notre Dame’s IDEA Center relies on to educate and promote entrepreneurship.

CS Form automation

Form Automation uses its F370 printer to quickly and cost-effectively make robotic end-of-arm tooling.

CS Alsmtom

Alstom’s F170 printer helps keep the trains running with on-demand production.

CS Future motion

Designing the Onewheel personal transportation device requires fast validation of ideas, a great application for F123 printers.

CS Scheider

Dramatically shortening the lead time for assembly line tooling is how Schneider Electric leverages its F170 printer.

Featuring GrabCAD Print, an Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Software.

GrabCAD Print Software

Simplify your 3D printing workflow with powerful and intuitive software.

GrabCAD Print software is what makes Stratasys 3D printers go, providing the features and flexibility to make 3D printing easy and understandable. At its core, GrabCAD Print software removes the friction of going from a CAD model to a physical 3D printed part and speeds up the process. You designed the part, now let GrabCAD Print software do the rest to make it a reality.