Stratasys launches F770, Origin One, and H350 3D Printers in aggressive “Additive Manufacturing 2.0 Era” push

Ahead of the biggest #3DPrinting virtual launch event scheduled for 28 April, 10PM (SGT), Stratasys has moved first to introduce 3 New 3D Printers that will address a significant portion of the multibillion-dollar manufacturing market.

The disruptions we are seeing today on both the supply and demand side of global supply chains are a clear sign that the status quo isn’t working.

That’s why we’re committed to being the complete provider of polymer 3D printing solutions for our world-class customer base.Dr. Yoav Zeif, Stratasys CEO

Having accrued more than 25% of its revenue from manufacturing-related applications last year, Stratasys is estimating that moving forward, its manufacturing revenue growth will outpace other segments, growing at an annual rate of over 20% starting in 2022 as it steps up efforts to manufacture parts at scale.

Stratasys Origin One – Detailed and Intricate Parts at Production Scale

Having acquired Origin earlier this year, Stratasys has moved quickly in their execution by unveiling the Origin One 3D Printer that was designed for the production of end-use manufacturing applications.

Using proprietary P3 technology and cloud-enabled software, one can produce parts at volume using open, certified 3rd-party material with industry-leading accuracy, detail, finish, repeatability, and time to part.

H350 – Powered by SAF Technology for Production Scale

Announced just last month by Stratasys that they were offering Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printers utilizing Selective Absorption Fusion technology, Stratasys has now released the H350 3D Printer that delivers production-level throughput for end-use parts. The printer promises to deliver production consistency, a competitive and predictable cost per part, and complete control for the production of thousands of parts.

In beta-testing with service bureaus and contract manufacturers since early this year, applications that have been produced include end-use parts such as covers, connectors, hinges, cable holders, electronics housings, and ducting.

We have been impressed with the performance of the system and SAF technology, with consistent parts throughout the build volume. The system has also been remarkably reliable.Philipp Goetz, owner of Goetz Maschinenbau

The initial material introduced is Stratasys High Yield PA11, a bio-based plastic made from sustainable castor oil, and will be using certified third-party materials moving forward.

F770 – Big Parts with FDM Technology

Built on Stratasys’ reputation for repeatability and dependability via industrial-grade FDM technology, the F770 was designed for producing big parts for a not-so-big price with capabilities like the longest fully-heated build chamber and a generous build volume of 1000 x 610 x 610 mm.

The F770 is ideal for prototyping, jigs and fixtures, and tooling applications using standard thermoplastics like ABS and ASA. This is on top of the usual Stratasys features like SR-30 soluble support and GrabCAD Print software support that allows for a streamlined CAD-to-Print workflow.

It’s speed to market on everything. The faster we can turn things around, the better, and the quickest way we can do that is to keep as much in-house as possible. The F770 delivers on that need.Doug Steindl, Corporate Development Lab Supervisor at Sub-Zero Group Inc.

There isn’t a single AM technology that can address current and future applications in manufacturing, but Stratasys is forging ahead to build the best additive production ecosystem to unlock groundbreaking applications that can be scaled.

Join the virtual launch event for more information.

To learn more about the new 3D Printing solutions from Stratasys which will ship simultaneously from May, contact our sales team for an in-depth discussion on what fits your business requirements.

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