In the rapidly-changing world of additive manufacturing, our machines are faster, more reliable and better than ever, with the added bonus of being able to use an increasing range of materials. To ensure you are not left behind by your competition, it’s vital to keep pace with the latest technological developments.
At Laser Lines, we recognise the importance of supplying the latest products to enable our customers to improve and expand the solutions they can offer to their clients. Not only do we make sure our product portfolio is both current and effective, but we do our utmost to facilitate our customers’ ability to bring the latest technology in-house.
For any businesses thinking about upgrading their legacy Stratasys 3D printers or those who have another brand of 3D printer they’d like to replace with a new device from Stratasys, our trade-in scheme is a great place to start.
Laser Lines accepts any 3D printer as a trade-in deposit against a brand new Stratasys machine. By any, we mean any brand, any age and in any condition. (Terms and conditions apply.)
The trade-in value offered will depend on both the 3D printer being traded in and bought. Some complimentary consumables may also be included as part of the deal.
Get in touch with us for more details and find out how much you could save.
Let’s not forget our Makerbot deal. if you have a Makerbot 3D printer, you can get money off a brand new Stratasys model. But instead of trading it in, you get to keep your existing Makerbot model! (Terms and conditions apply.)
We can normally offer finance lease, hire purchase and commercial loan agreements. Please see our leasing page for more details.
Stratasys F370: the perfect FDM printer for more demanding projects. With support for eight different materials, the F370 also features longer running times, with the ability to load two model and two support materials.
Stratasys J850 Prime: the most versatile printer in its class, with full-colour Polyjet production, building the most realistic, true to life models in the 3D printing industry
Fortus 450mc: With 14 standard and engineering grade materials and a build envelope of 406 x 355 x 406mm, the Fortus 450mc 3D production system will build robust, accurate and repeatable parts to suit a variety of demanding applications.