INDUSTRIAL-SCALE MEETS AFFORDABLE
With the longest build volume of any Stratasys machine, the F770 is designed to make industrial-scale printing simple.
The F770 makes printing large, complex parts affordable and easy.
The F770 embodies the same industrial-grade components and design philosophy that makes FDM Technology a class leader for reliability. Soluble support materials allow you to create complex designs with hands-free post processing.
Enjoy complete control over the material density. Print with full density when you need the strength or use a sparser fill to save material and print time. Optimize your part’s appearance and minimize print time with the variable slice height capability.
3D printing with the F770 is straightforward and requires no specialized training. Start printing complex parts without constraints.
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Build Size: 1000 x 610 x 610 mm (39.4 x 24 x 24 in.)
Maximum Diagonal Length: 1171 cm (46.1 in.)
System Size & Weight: 175 x 124 x 196 cm (69 x 49 x 77 in.); 658 kg (1450 lbs.)
Layer Thickness: 0.007 in., 0.010 in., 0.013 in.
Material Options: ASA and ABS-M30
Doug Steindl is the corporate development lab supervisor for Sub-Zero, maker of luxury home appliances. He often ran into the problem of having to outsource larger parts, despite having an array of 3D printers.
The F770 was designed to meet the need for an easy-to-use, affordable, large format printer. Seeing an opportunity, Sub-Zero became one of the first F770 customers. Steindl commented, “I think the biggest thing with having the F770 in the lab is we’re going to be able to keep bigger parts in-house and by doing so we are able to see a 30-40% cost savings.”
This is just one example of how the F770 helped a company reduce outsourcing and see significant cost savings. To learn more about the F770’s capabilities contact our team!