With 8 standard and engineering grade materials and a build envelope of 355 x 355 x 305mm the Fortus 380mc 3D production system will build the most robust, accurate and repeatable parts to suit a variety of demanding applications.
With four slice heights to choose from and powerful InSight software; you can match build parameters to strike the right balance between strength, feature detail and the Fortus 380mc’s fastest build time.
Maximise your workflow with the new touch screen user interface, which is both intuitive, easy to use and powerful.
For further information on the Fortus 380mc, please do not hesitate to contact one of knowledgeable team members, who will be able to assist you.
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Insight software 3D printing has many advantages, allowing users to print directly from CAD. Insight prepares your CAD program’s STL output to be manufactured on a Fortus system by automatically slicing and generating support structures and material extrusion paths. For maximum control, users can manually edit parameters that determine the look, strength and precision of parts as well as the speed and material use of the FDM process.
With Insight, you can:
Also included with all Insight printers is Control Center. This sophisticated software application communicates with user workstations and Fortus systems, to manage jobs and monitor production status. Users are able to share project information and files between teams, to create a more streamlined workflow. Design, engineering and manufacturing teams alike can network and share 3D manufacturing capacity to maximise efficiency and throughput of projects. This machine is also compatible with GrabCAD print software.
355 x 305 x 305mm
1270 x 901.7 x 1943mm /with crate: 680 kg
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
10/100 base T connection; Ethernet protocol
When the Osprey aircraft recently underwent an experimental tail-wiring upgrade, technicians at the rapid prototyping lab at Bell Xworx used a Fortus FDM (fused deposition modeling) system to build tough polycarbonate wiring...
The Stratasys Fortus 380mc allows users to build with many of the thermoplastic materials used in traditional manufacturing, providing they are engineering grade and of a high performance.
Find out which materials the Fortus 380mc FDM, 3D Printer is compatible with: