The F370 is part of the existing F123 series, which combines fused deposition modelling (FDM) with intuitive GrabCAD design-to-print software to provide what is described as a versatile and intelligent rapid prototyping solution.
Offering up to four different materials, the range lets users print everything from fast, low-cost concept models to durable assemblies. The Fortus 450mc can create accurate, repeatable parts quicker than ever before, using many of the engineering-grade and high-performance thermoplastics employed in traditional manufacturing processes. SYS says that the machine is suitable for jigs, fixtures, factory tooling, end-use parts and functional prototypes.
3D printing experts from SYS Systems – a Stratasys platinum partner in the UK – will be on hand to speak with visitors on stand L26 throughout the TCT Show, which takes place on 25-27 September at Birmingham’s NEC.
Rob Thompson, SYS Systems sales manager, says: “As well as our ‘trade in, trade up’ scheme, where we offer the price of an old printer back against a new Stratasys model, we have a range of flexible finance options available to make sure any deal is affordable. Having on-site 3D printing capabilities brings so many benefits. Our customers are proving it day in, day out, and we look forward to demonstrating this during the three days of the show.”