STRATASYS F123 Carbon Fiber 3D Printer

Print Stronger Parts with Carbon Fiber 3D Printers

The 3D Printers from the F123 Composite-ready series grant application versatility by offering a range of carbon fibre and engineering-grade thermoplastic materials to build strong work-holding fixtures, tooling, and parts.


Material Options for F123 Series Carbon Fiber 3D Printers

Supplement traditional fabrication technology with the Stratasys F123 CR Series. This series of carbon fibre 3D printers enables you with the flexibility to print everything from end part tooling and robust assemblies to high-strength composite parts.


Available materials: ABS-M30, ASA, TPU 92A, ABS-ESD7, PC-ABSDiran 410MF07, ABS-CF10, Nylon-CF10

Composite-Ready F123 Series Carbon Fiber 3D Printers deliver:

Material versatility.

Unlock a wide range of applications on the most versatile composite carbon fibre 3D printer in its class, with high-strength composites, diverse engineering-grade thermoplastics, and the ability to experiment with open material capability.

Intuitive, simple operation.

Simple setup and operation mean you can be carbon fibre 3D printing in minutes.

GrabCAD Print software provides an intuitive workflow, and printer features are designed for easy functionality.

Unattended operation means you don’t need additional headcount to oversee the printing process.

Unmatched reliability and repeatability.

Built on the same platform as the highly reliable F123 Carbon Fiber 3D Series printers, enjoy demonstrated 99% uptime and 99% dimensional repeatability with these composite-ready carbon fibre printers.

Intuitive Carbon Fiber 3D Printing Software for Professionals

Using the F123CR Carbon Fiber 3D Printer is as simple as plugging, and printing.

With the standard installation of GrabCAD Print, your workflow is dramatically simplified. No specialised training or dedicated technician is required because of the standard ease of use, even for novices.

Print from any Devices
Cloud-connected ability allows you to directly print from any browser from your device of choice

Remote Scheduling and Monitoring
Gain access, monitor material levels for budget planning, and print from anywhere regardless of location as long as there’s an internet connection

Efficient Print Scheduling
The print schedule is made more efficient with a constantly updated listing of machine availability, estimated job duration, and other key considerations.

Always Be Notified
Be it a print job completion or if an error has occurred, notifications allow you to act accordingly.


GrabCAD Print Schedule Screen

Advantages of 3D Printing with Carbon Fibre

3D printing with carbon fibre offers numerous advantages over other materials. One of the primary benefits is the strength of the material. Carbon fibre is renowned for its exceptional strength and durability, which makes it an ideal material for 3D printing high-performance components. 

Additionally, carbon fibre is incredibly lightweight, which is especially important in applications where weight is a crucial factor. The combination of strength and low weight means that carbon fibre components can withstand high stresses without adding unnecessary weight to a project. 

Finally, 3D printing with carbon fibre also allows for complex geometries and intricate designs to be produced, which can be difficult or impossible with other materials. 

Get in touch with us today at Creatz3D to experience the power of carbon fibre in Singapore. Check out our range of high-quality Carbon Fiber 3D Printers. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Carbon Fibre 3D Printers

Carbon fibre 3D prints can be incredibly strong and durable, thanks to the material’s excellent stiffness, strength, and lightweight properties. When properly designed and printed, carbon fibre parts can have comparable or even greater strength than traditionally manufactured parts. Carbon fibre 3D printing using the F123 Series Carbon Fiber 3D Printer and other similar equipment is a promising technology for producing high-performance parts and components with an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio.

Yes, carbon fibre is stronger than PLA, which is a commonly used thermoplastic material for 3D printing. Carbon fibre has excellent fatigue resistance and exceptional durability, which make it ideal for producing high-performance parts that require exceptional mechanical properties. PLA, on the other hand, is not as strong as carbon fibre and is typically used for simpler, less demanding applications. Contact us to find out more about the materials used for our F123 Series Carbon Fiber 3D Printer, and what materials best suit your needs in Singapore.


F190 CR
F370 CR
1626 x 864 x 711 mm (64 x 34 x 28 in.)
1626 x 864 x 711 mm (64 x 34 x 28 in.)
305 x 254 x 305 mm
(12 x 10 x 12 in.)
355 x 254 x 355 mm
(12 x 10 x 12 in.
ABS-M30, ASA, TPU 92A, ABS-CF10, Nylon 10CF, QSR Soluble Support

ABS-M30, ASA, TPU 92A, ABS-ESD7, PC-ABS, Diran 410MF107, ABS-CF10, Nylon 10CF, QSR Soluble Support, SUP400B Breakaway Support
Parts are produced within an accuracy of +/- .200 mm (.008 in),
or +/- .002 mm/mm (.002 in/in), whichever is greater.
2 material spool bays
1 model, 1 for support.
4 material spool bays
2 model, 2 for support.
Wired: TCP/IP protocols at 100 Mbps minimum 100 base T, Ethernet protocol, RJ45 connector
Wireless: IEEE 802.11n, g, or b; Authentication: WPA2-PSK, 802.1x EAP; Encryption: CCMP, TKIP
GrabCAD Print
GrabCAD Print and Insight Software
Windows 10 (64bit only) and Window 11 with a minimum of 4GB RAM (8GB or more recommended)
Operating: Temperature: 59-86oF (15-30oC), Humidity: 30-70%
RH Storage: Temperature: 32-95oF (0-35oC), Humidity: 20-90% RH
or 200–240V/7A. 50/60 Hz
CE (low-voltage and EMC directive), FCC, EAC,
cTUVus, FCC, KC, RCM, RoHs, WEEE, Reach