FDM 3D Printers
RELIABLE. REPEATABLE. EXCEPTIONAL.
FDM 3D printers offer unparalleled versatility to turn your CAD files into durable parts. Users can create parts tough enough to be used as advanced conceptual models, functional prototypes, manufacturing tools, and production parts. Our team at Purple Platypus can help you find the right printer to fit your needs.
Find Your Printer
Whether you’re looking to print standard-grade plastics or tough, temperature-resistant parts, Stratasys has a printer to fit your application. FDM systems are as versatile and durable as the parts they produce.
- F900 is designed to handle your most demanding manufacturing needs. With the largest build platform of any FDM system, you can easily produce large-format parts or durable carbon fiber parts.
- Fortus 450mc was built for streamlined manufacturing, giving users the ability to create high-performance thermoplastics, quickly and effectively.
- F770 has the longest build platform of any FDM system, enabling machine operators to print large-format ASA and ABS parts.
- F370 allows users to achieve complex geometries and flexible parts with a wide range of materials.
- F170 gives designers, engineers, and educators access to affordable, industrial-grade 3D printing.
- F190CR allows users to print with carbon fiber material.
- F370CR boasts a large build platform and more material options including carbon fiber.
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See The Applications
Known for streamlining design processes and reducing manufacturing costs, FDM solutions have brought success to many industries, from aerospace to automotive.
Explore The Materials
FDM is designed to accurately produce parts with standard, engineering, and high-performance thermoplastics to build strong, long-lasting, and dimensionally stable parts with unmatched accuracy and repeatability.
Read The Case Studies
“For housing prototypes, we wanted to test the aesthetics as much as the geometric functionality – so dimensional accuracy, repeatability, and access to industrial-grade materials was a definite criterion for us. The F-Series 3D printer offered us all of this.”
– Patrick Langfeld // Co-Owner // optiMEAS
“The internal shape and flow distribution are difficult and expensive to achieve with conventional machining. However, the single 3D printed piece replaced an assembly of 22 machined metal components and is about 98% less expensive to manufacture.”
– Liam Johnston // Program Manager // John Crane