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4/21/2017

Large-Format 3D Printer Offers High Throughput

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The Stratasys Fortus 900mc FDM 3D printer is designed for building functional prototypes, manufacturing aids and tooling as well as for short-run digital manufacturing.

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The Stratasys Fortus 900mc FDM 3D printer is designed for building functional prototypes, manufacturing aids and tooling as well as for short-run digital manufacturing. The large-format 3D printer offers accuracy and reliability; enables rapid installation; and uses engineering-grade thermoplastics.

The printer is compatible with the recently released FDM Nylon 6, ABS-M30, ABS-M30i, ABS-ESD7, ASA, FDM Nylon 12, PC, PC-ABS, PC-ISO, ST130, PPSF, Ultem 9085 and Ultem 1010, as well as Stratasys SR30, the new SR35, SR100 and SR110 support materials.

An internal camera and GrabCAD Print software enable easier job monitoring and a streamlined workflow. GrabCAD Print supports the upload of CAD files directly to the 3D printer for production, eliminating the need for STL file conversion. The cloud-based application simplifies job preparation, scheduling and monitoring of Stratasys printers from anywhere.

The Fortus 900mc can be equipped with Stratasys Xtend 500 extended-length material boxes, which save time by enabling longer runs without interruption and minimizing change-over time. An optional acceleration kit enables material to extrude rapidly, thereby printing large parts faster.

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