On this edition of 30 on 3D, learn about Stratasys’ H350. It leverages SAF, or selective absorption fusion, the H350 produces accurate, production-grade parts with best-in-class consistency.
Here are the top three reasons why the H350 brings additive manufacturing to the next level:
First, the part quality is exceptional and easily repeatable. With its unique thermal management Big Wave™ powder deposition, SAF technology produces high volume parts with accuracy and repeatability. We have seen this firsthand with parts printed on our H350.
Second, the H350 maximizes process flexibility and boosts productivity. There is no mandatory cloud connection, no forced firmware updates and you can reuse previous print settings, giving you quality control over your production.
Third, you can effortlessly create parts with no hidden costs. The H350 has few consumables, easy upkeep, and long-lasting industrial-grade print heads that help you keep part costs consistent.
Our team is very excited about the production capabilities of the H350. To learn more, give our team a call at 949.474.9222 or send us an email at [email protected].
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