F170 FDM 3d Printer

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Professional 3D printing made easy.[edit]

F123 Series printers combine industrial-grade capability with simple operation. Requiring no special expertise, F123 printers offer carbon fiber 3D printing, fast and easy material swaps and auto-calibration for accurate, dependable results.

Flex your application muscle.[edit]

The material versatility of F123 Series printers opens up multiple applications. Being a carbon fiber 3D printer, use it to create strong but light manufacturing tools, jigs and fixtures. Print and verify more quickly for faster prototyping. Prepare students to be the skilled workforce of tomorrow by putting 3D printing in the classroom today.

From manufacturing to prototyping to education[edit]

Jigs & Fixtures[edit]

Materials specifically tailored for creating 3D printed jigs, fixtures and manufacturing aids can make your production floor more efficient and your tooling more ergonomic and worker-friendly.


Easy-to-use F123 Series printers let you iterate your designs much more quickly than traditional prototyping methods. The quiet operation and compact size make the printer suitable for the office or the factory floor.


F123 Series systems are the perfect 3D printers for schools. Easy operation and built-in safety features make them a great tool for teaching students highly desirable skills needed in manufacturing, design and engineering careers.

Production Parts[edit]

Custom parts and small-batch production runs that otherwise would be uneconomical to make with traditional machining or molding become possible with F123 Series printers. Durable materials and soluble support offer unlimited design freedom.

Business impact.[edit]

Printer performance and reliability have a direct impact on your bottom line. Download our head-to-head study to see how F123 printers fare against the competition.

Explore the endless possibilities.[edit]

There’s virtually no limit to the ways you can put F123 Series printers to work. Get a taste of how you can benefit by viewing some of the applications and parts other F123 users have implemented. Through clear, colorful images and descriptions, this Look Book will show you how versatile these printers can be.

F123 Series Materials[edit]

F123 Series printers offer a range of materials in multiple colors to suit a variety of applications. Choose from standard engineering grade thermoplastics, flexible thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) or more specialized materials like carbon fiber and electrostatic dissipative ABS. Up to four layer thicknesses are available, dependent upon the material, letting you optimize for higher detail or overall print time.

F123 vs. the competition.[edit]

Desktop and low-priced 3D printers may seem like the logical choice to get started with 3D printing. But it’s often the wrong choice because these kinds of printers are typically not up to the task. Curious to know how F123 Series printers stack up against these printers? This white paper highlights a third-party head-to-head comparison and how each printer fared. Download the paper to read the results.

The case for 3D printed tooling.[edit]

Most companies still rely on slower, costlier ways of making manufacturing tools. But the ones that have switched to 3D printing where it’s appropriate see tangible benefits in lead time, cost, functionality and ergonomics. Catch on to one of the best kept secrets in manufacturing. Read our Solution Guide to learn where 3D printing offers a good fit for jigs, fixtures and other manufacturing aids for better factory-floor operations.

Smarter prototyping.[edit]

Staying competitive means getting your products in the marketplace faster than your competition. And that means prototyping faster and more effectively to vet your ideas and optimize your product. The In this white paper, we’ll show you how the F123 Series printers let you rapid prototype smarter and faster, so you’re more productive and your products are ready for market.

Tool Specifications[edit]

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Max build size 254 x 254 x 254 mm (10 x 10 x 10 in.)
Materials(printed synonymously) *PLA
*QSR Support material
Cartridge capacity 2 material spool bays (1 model – 1 support)
Software GrabCAD Print


Standard and Engineering[edit]

PLA, ASA and ABS-M30 support general 3D printing applications.

ESD Compliant[edit]

ABS-ESD7 has static dissipative qualities for applications involving electronics.


Diran 410MF07 and ABS-CF10 carbon fiber are perfect for tough, rigid manufacturing tools.


FDM TPU 92A is a thermoplastic polyurethane for flexible elastomer parts.

Manuals and Documentation[edit]

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