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Stratasys F123 Series 3D Printers

F123 Series 3D Printers

Professional & Reliable 3D Printing Simplified
F123 Series 3D printers combine industrial-grade capability with simple operation. Requiring no special expertise, F123 printers offer carbon fibre 3D printing, fast and easy material swaps and auto-calibration for accurate, dependable results.

Typical Applications

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Production Parts

Custom parts and small-batch production runs that otherwise would be uneconomical to make with traditional machining or moulding become possible with F123 Series printers. Durable materials and soluble support offer unlimited design freedom.

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Jigs & Fixtures

Materials specifically tailored for creating 3D printed jigs, fixtures and manufacturing aids can make your production floor more efficient and your tooling more ergonomic and worker-friendly.

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Prototypes

Easy-to-use F123 Series printers let you iterate your designs much more quickly than traditional prototyping methods. The quiet operation and compact size make the printer suitable for the office or the factory floor.

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Education

F123 Series systems are the perfect 3D printers for schools. Easy operation and built-in safety features make them a great tool for teaching students highly desirable skills needed in manufacturing, design and engineering careers.

Compatible 3D Printing Materials

PC-ABS

PC-ABS

Combining the Best of Polycarbonate and ABS. PC-ABS plastic blends the best features of polycarbonate and ABS material, combining the heat resistance of PC and the flexural strength of ABS. As a result, PC-ABS advantages include one of the highest impact strengths of any FDM thermoplastic. It’s perfect for functional prototyping, rugged tooling and production parts.

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Polylactic Acid (PLA)

Polylactic Acid (PLA)

Fast and Economical Design Verification. A stiff thermoplastic made from renewable resources, PLA is perfect for quick concept verification at a low cost. It works with fast-draft mode on the Stratasys F123 series and comes in 11 different colour options. PLA also has a low melting point, which means it requires less heat and power to print parts.

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FDM TPU 92A

FDM TPU 92A

Create accurate elastomer parts quickly and efficiently with the ease and reliability of professional FDM 3D printing. The durable elasticity of FDM TPU 92A material makes it a good choice for a wide variety of applications including flexible hoses, tubes, air ducts and vibration dampeners.

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ASA

ASA

Similar to ABS, Only Better. ASA filament (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate) is the perfect all-purpose 3D printing thermoplastic, suitable for many different applications. It has a similar chemical makeup to ABS plastic but offers three improvements: better mechanical properties, superior aesthetics and it’s UV resistant. ASA material also comes in 10 colours, more than any other FDM material.

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ABS-CF10

ABS-CF10

The benefits of ABS with the stiffness of carbon fibre. Stratasys ABS-CF10 combines the benefits of a carbon fibre filament with the desirable mechanical properties and ease of use of ABS 3D printing material. The result is an engineering thermoplastic with superior strength and rigidity for factory floor tooling applications. Significantly reduce your tooling lead time by 3D printing them with Stratasys ABS-CF10 instead of machining. Depending on the application, carbon-reinforced ABS can replace metal for lighter, more ergonomic tooling. Combined with soluble support, Stratasys ABS-CF10 can achieve complex geometries that aren’t possible with machining.

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ABS-M30

ABS-M30

Versatile material with broad applications. ABS-M30 brings the familiarity and versatility of ABS material (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) to the FDM 3D printing plastics lineup. It’s an ideal material for form and fit checks, functional prototyping and other 3D printing applications. ABS-M30 is characterised by its strength and toughness, while being lightweight and resilient. For general-use 3D printing, ABS-M30 is the optimal choice, blending utility and economy.

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ABS-ESD7

ABS-ESD7

ABS-ESD7 combines the strength and durability of ABS material with carbon to provide electrostatic dissipative (ESD) properties. Now it’s possible to create prototypes, fixtures and support equipment for electronics and other static-sensitive applications with ESD-capable ABS material.

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Diran 410MF07

Diran 410MF07

Smooth, Tough Manufacturing Material Diran 410MF07 is a durable, nylon-based thermoplastic. It demonstrates exceptional toughness and resistance to hydrocarbon-based chemicals, while maintaining a smooth, lubricious surface quality. Tough for Tooling Diran’s toughness and smooth, low-friction texture make it perfect for non-marring, factory-floor tooling that stands up to the job.

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Combining the Best of Polycarbonate and ABS. PC-ABS plastic blends the best features of polycarbonate and ABS material, combining the heat resistance of PC and the flexural strength of ABS. As a result, PC-ABS advantages include one of the highest impact strengths of any FDM thermoplastic. It’s perfect for functional prototyping, rugged tooling and production parts.

PLA

Fast and Economical Design Verification. A stiff thermoplastic made from renewable resources, PLA is perfect for quick concept verification at a low cost. It works with fast-draft mode on the Stratasys F123 series and comes in 11 different colour options. PLA also has a low melting point, which means it requires less heat and power to print parts.

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Create accurate elastomer parts quickly and efficiently with the ease and reliability of professional FDM 3D printing. The durable elasticity of FDM TPU 92A material makes it a good choice for a wide variety of applications including flexible hoses, tubes, air ducts and vibration dampeners.

ASA (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate) - FDM 3D Printing Material.

Similar to ABS, Only Better. ASA filament (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate) is the perfect all-purpose 3D printing thermoplastic, suitable for many different applications. It has a similar chemical makeup to ABS plastic but offers three improvements: better mechanical properties, superior aesthetics and it’s UV resistant. ASA material also comes in 10 colours, more than any other FDM material.

Over 50% stiffer & 15% stronger than standard ABS. FDM ABS-CF10 replaces metal with 3D printed carbon fiber tools for strong, rigid end effectors and fixtures that don’t flex under load.

The benefits of ABS with the stiffness of carbon fibre. Stratasys ABS-CF10 combines the benefits of a carbon fibre filament with the desirable mechanical properties and ease of use of ABS 3D printing material. The result is an engineering thermoplastic with superior strength and rigidity for factory floor tooling applications. Significantly reduce your tooling lead time by 3D printing them with Stratasys ABS-CF10 instead of machining. Depending on the application, carbon-reinforced ABS can replace metal for lighter, more ergonomic tooling. Combined with soluble support, Stratasys ABS-CF10 can achieve complex geometries that aren’t possible with machining.

ABS-M30 an FDM technology 3D Printing material.

Versatile material with broad applications. ABS-M30 brings the familiarity and versatility of ABS material (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) to the FDM 3D printing plastics lineup. It’s an ideal material for form and fit checks, functional prototyping and other 3D printing applications. ABS-M30 is characterised by its strength and toughness, while being lightweight and resilient. For general-use 3D printing, ABS-M30 is the optimal choice, blending utility and economy.

ABS-ESD7 - FDM 3D Printing Material.

ABS-ESD7 combines the strength and durability of ABS material with carbon to provide electrostatic dissipative (ESD) properties. Now it’s possible to create prototypes, fixtures and support equipment for electronics and other static-sensitive applications with ESD-capable ABS material.

Diran 410MF07 - FDM 3D Printing Material.

Smooth, Tough Manufacturing Material Diran 410MF07 is a durable, nylon-based thermoplastic. It demonstrates exceptional toughness and resistance to hydrocarbon-based chemicals, while maintaining a smooth, lubricious surface quality. Tough for Tooling Diran’s toughness and smooth, low-friction texture make it perfect for non-marring, factory-floor tooling that stands up to the job.

3D Printed Tooling Solutions

Discover how 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), can revolutionize your factory floor operation. AM tools can increase production, elevate quality, lower costs, and reduce worker injuries, benefiting all areas of the manufacturing process.

Compared to conventional tool-making methods, 3D printing offers significant cost savings, reduced lead time, and the ability to iterate tool design much more efficiently.

Download our solution guide to explore the benefits of adopting AM tooling and learn how it can optimize your production processes and improve efficiency. Don't wait - unlock the power of AM tooling today!

This single-piece inspection tool (white) replaces what would normally be a multi-piece welded assembly.

Let us help provide your tooling solutions.

Manufacturing and Production Impact
Stratasys F123 Series vs Competitors

Printer performance and reliability have a direct impact on your bottom line. Stratasys' F123 line of FDM 3D printers is not only the most accurate compared to various competitors, it is also the fastest, with the least down time. Confidently print more parts in less time with a Stratasys F123 series FDM 3D printer.

Download our head-to-head study to see how F123 printers fare against the competition.

The Stratasys F123 line of FDM 3D printers is not only the most accurate compared to various competitors, it is also the fastest, with the least down time. Confidently print more parts in less time with a Stratasys F123 series FDM 3D printer.

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F123 Series vs It's Competitors

Industry Report: White Paper

Desktop and low-priced 3D printers may seem like the logical choice to get started with 3D printing. But it’s often the wrong choice because these kinds of 3D printers are typically not up to the task nor have the trusted reliablity of FDM technology.

This white paper highlights a third-party head-to-head comparison and how each 3D printer fared. Curious to know how F123 Series FDM 3D printers stack up against these compeitors? 

Download this white paper, evaluate and learn how F123 Series out preforms it's competition.

Compare the F123 Series 3D Printers

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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

Explore the endless possibilities.

There’s virtually no limit to the ways you can put F123 Series printers to work. Get a taste of how you can benefit by viewing some of the applications and parts other F123 users have implemented. Through clear, colourful images and descriptions, this Look Book will show you how versatile these printers can be.

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Solve everyday manufacturing challenges, with 3D printing technology.

Polaris has a rich history developing powersports vehicles like motorcycles and ATVs to tactical vehicles for government and defense. The company relies on innovative technologies to solve everyday problems on the manufacturing floor. Of those assets used to provide a variety of solutions, you'll find Stratasys FDM 3D printers such as, F123 Series 3D printer.

"The biggest benefit of partnering with Stratasys. Is the ability to iterate on new tooling designs. Being able to come up with a design, test it, improve apon it, and repeat till we come up with a great product. We install a lot of complex parts badging, head dresses, things of that nature to our bikes. Having the ability to 3D print that complex geometry quickly and in a variety of materials gives us a lot of flexability." - Dan Wiatroski

See how Polaris advanced their manufacturing by integrating F123 Series 3D printers. You'll also witness the wide range of materials avaliable to choose from. Further opening more doors to iterate on new tooling designs, giving them the flexibility needed to meet ever-changing production needs.

3D printing solutions for the rising demands of industry 4.0, explore Stratasys' Virtual Factory Floor.

Understand and Integrating 3D Printing for Your Brand

Most companies still rely on slower, costlier ways of making manufacturing tools. But the ones that have switched to 3D printing where it’s appropriate see tangible benefits in lead time, cost, functionality and ergonomics.

 

Additive Manufacturing is Scaling Globally to meet Industry 4.0 Demands.

Dive into one of the best kept secrets in manufacturing. Our virtual factory floor to learn where and when 3D printing offers a good fit for jigs, fixtures, production parts, tooling, and other manufacturing aids for better factory-floor operations.

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Smarter prototyping.

Staying competitive means getting your products in the marketplace faster than your competition. And that means prototyping faster and more effectively to vet your ideas and optimise your product. The In this white paper, we’ll show you how the F123 Series printers let you rapid prototype smarter and faster, so you’re more productive and your products are ready for market.