The Stratasys F123 Series 3D printers incorporate the latest in innovative technology to provide you with precise prototypes from a CAD design. Stratasys’ Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology provides prototype parts, including internal features, which can be used to field-test form, fit, and function.
The Stratasys F170 3D printer has a maximum build area of 10 x 10 x 10 inch (254 x 254 x 254 mm) and a material bay containing one model and one support spool. The Stratasys F270 3D printer has a maximum build area of 12 x 10 x 12 inch (308 x 254 x 308 mm) and a material bay containing two model and two support spools which allow for auto changeover. The Stratasys F370 3D printer has a maximum build area of 14 x 10 x 14 inch (356 x 254 x 356 mm) and a material bay containing two model and two support spools which allow for auto changeover.
- 50/60 Hz.
- Voltage: 100-132, 200-240 VAC.
- Current: 15/7A.
AC Power Requirements
- 100 base T, Ethernet protocol, RJ45 connector.
- Either DHCP or Static IP configurations.
- Wi-Fi connection compatible.
F123 Series - Replacing the LCD display
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