Stratasys has launched a new product powered by SAF™ technology, the H350. SAF (Selective Absorption Fusion) is a new industrial-grade additive manufacturing technology that delivers production level throughput for end-use parts. The H350 utilises the Big Wave™ powder management system which precisely and evenly deposits a new layer, this is then immediately heated to retain the thermal homogenous properties. The Industrial piezoelectric print heads jet high energy HAF™ high absorption fluid onto the powder and Infrared energy then fuses the selected areas and underlying particles.
Evidence has shown a need for pandemic-proof solutions in the supply chain, fulfilling production requirements for consistent and accurate parts with a competitive edge. With quality control at the centre of volume production, the H350 offers the ability to certify your production through an established control mechanism. With excellent detail and a smooth surface finish, high volume parts can be reproduced with continual accuracy. With the H350 you can track material use and log build data, enabling print settings to be adjusted and production to be certified.
The H350 offers more control over the cost of your operation. The return on your investment will be evident through the availability of simple part cost estimation and with few consumables, easy upkeep and long-lasting industrial-grade print heads, the H350 printer has been designed to last. Fewer restrictions in part orientation mean high nesting density, which maximizes the number of parts per build. Additionally, the print heads are non-consumables and included as part of your service contract. Maintenance and labour requirements are low, so you can maximize production uptime while minimizing running costs.
The H350 3D printer allows users to choose their build preparation software platforms to suit their business needs. With no mandatory cloud connection, no forced firmware updates and the ability to reuse previous print settings, you can have quality control of your production. Monitor progress of all printers in your fleet with GrabCad Print Server.
315 x 208 x 293mm; 19.2 L
1900 x 940 x 1730 mm; 825 kg
Mechanical engineering company, Goetz Maschinenblau, turned to the Stratasys H350™ to replace costly mould production.