Printing Solution for Rapid Prototyping launched, adapts all engineering environments

Stratasys India, a subsidiary of Stratasys Ltd., a global leader in additive technology solutions launched the award-winning Stratasys F123 3D Printing Solution in India. The series consists of F170, F270 and F370 printers that are adaptable to all engineering environments be it office, lab or classroom, to facilitate rapid 3D prototyping.

The F123 delivers engineering-grade quality and repeatability. It accepts up to four different materials, in 10 different colors, to support a wide range of prototyping and tooling applications. For example, the F123’s new Fast Draft Mode leverages PLA material to quickly produce conceptual prototypes at a low cost per part. Production-grade ASA and ABS are ideal for producing strong, stable, repeatable parts, and for even stronger, impact-resistant parts, there is super-tough PC-ABS.

“The Indian manufacturing industry is transforming. The integration of on-demand manufacturing solutions represents a leap forward for 3D printing in manufacturing and production environments. To keep pace with the fast-changing Industry and evolving customer base requires new levels of innovation in 3D printing. The new F123 series is easy to operate, all-in-one rapid prototyping solution for concept verification, design validation and functional performance” said Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director, Stratasys India.

The F123 series has been designed by BMW Designworks, one of the world’s leading industrial design firms, and Stratasys, to blend in with any office environment. The enhanced user experience includes a sleek touchscreen interface, remote monitoring on portable devices, practically noiseless operation, and the integration of GrabCAD Print to eliminate any wasted time on file conversion and STL preparation.

Design workgroups clearly play a central role in product design and development in consumer products, aerospace, automotive and other key industries. According to recent Stratasys surveys, accessibility, ease of use and material choice are among the top priorities in the wider adoption of 3D printing for rapid prototyping in workgroups.