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Introducing T40C Tips for Industrial FDM F900 and Fortus 900mc 3D Printers.

The Stratasys F900 features an impressive build volume of 36” x 24” x 36”, and can produce strong, end-use parts thanks to high performance materials such as Nylon 12CF. 

Additive manufacturing is a constant balance between strength, appearance, and overall time-to-part, which can be challenging when dealing with massive geometries such as large jigs/fixtures for assembly or ducting. 

With T40C tips for F900, customers can print large components in Nylon 12CF at 0.020” layer height, which drastically reduces lead time and increases part strength. 

During the webinar on December 15, 2022 at 1:00 PM CST

  • Eligible viewers have a chance to win one (1) T40C model tip (Nylon 12CF) and one (1) T20 (SR-110) support tip
  • Learn how to leverage T40C tips to 3D print large Nylon 12CF parts, faster
  • Hear from Automotive Industry experts about how T40C tips can improve ROI
  • Understand key real-world applications for this material/tip combination
  • Engage in live Q&A with Stratasys and Aria Group

*Winners must be present during the live webinar session eligible to win.

Promotion Disclaimer

By registering for this webinar, participant expressly agrees to and consents to be bound by all these terms. In addition, participant represents and warrants that they are 18 years of age, are existing F900 customers and that they have the right, power, and authority to enter into this agreement and be bound by its terms and conditions. Offer only valid for live attendees on December 15, 2022 at 1:00pm. Attendees must remain on the webinar for the entire duration, as attendance will be taken after the Questions & Answer session. Limit one (1) T40C model tip (Nylon 12CF) and one (1) T20 (SR-110) support tip (hereinafter “Tips”) per customer/company. For companies with multiple attendees, only one T40C model tip (Nylon 12CF) and one (1) T20 (SR-110) support tip will be provided for the company. Offer only valid if customer provides valid F900 or Fortus 900mc serial number with corresponding material license/HW upgrades. Stratasys will not provide filament, build sheets, or other consumables as part of this offer. Must be using printer software version 4.21, Insight software version 16.11, and/or GrabCAD Print version 1.72 in order to use T40C tips with F900 or Fortus 900mc. After the webinar, eligible attendees will be contacted via the email address used to register for the webinar to coordinate shipping information and printer serial number. LIMITATION OF WARRANTY AND REMEDIES. STRATASYS PROVIDES THE T40C MODEL TIP (NYLON 12CF) AND ONE (1) T20 (SR-110) SUPPORT TIP "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE BY LAW, STRATASYS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, EXEMPLARY, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR SIMILAR DAMAGES EVEN IF ADVISED OF SUCH POSSIBILITY. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE LIABILITY OF STRATASYS EXCEED THE VALUE OF THE TIPS. Other restrictions may apply. Offer has no cash value. Offer includes free shipping.

Allen Kreemer
Sr. Strategic Applications Engineer at Stratasys.

Allen joined Stratasys in 2011 to promote FDM applications for tooling and production parts in the automotive industry. As a Sr. Applications Engineer for Stratasys, Inc. Allen uses his 20+ years of experience in the auto industry to help clients find opportunities for improvement, and manage the development of applications specific to them.

JD Hendrickson
Production Manager at Aria Group.

JD Hendrickson is the Production Manager for the automotive and aerospace engineering company, Aria Group, located in Irvine, CA. There he manages the build processes for high caliber prototypes, concept cars, and low volume production vehicles. He has a background in automotive fabrication and mobile electronics, with a decorated portfolio from his time as Shop Foreman and Lead Fabricator for Galpin Auto Sports.