The F770™ offers one of the largest print volumes among Stratasys FDM® systems. With over 13 cubic feet of build volume and the widest build chamber (X direction) of any Stratasys FDM printer, the F770 provides the capability to build large parts or sizable assortments of smaller parts.
The F770 features industrial-grade technology for consistent, reliable performance and accurate results. Available model materials include two industry standard thermoplastics available in three layer thicknesses (slice heights). Soluble support material enables complex designs and hands-free post-processing.
- 3 phase
- 5 wire
- 47-63Hz frequency
AC Power Requirements
- Required for communication and file transfer functions.
- 100 base T, Ethernet protocol, RJ45 connector.
- Either DHCP or Static IP configurations.
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Featured Case Studies
Mecoval - EN FDM Case Study
Mecoval is a Spanish machining service provider specializing in the design and manufacture of tooling and production parts. The company serves a range of industrial sectors, with a particular focus on aerospace, automotive, logistics and packaging.
Continental Germany - EN FDM Case Study
By integrating the Fortus 450mc within its production operations, Continental has taken automotive part production to the next level, resulting in the cost-effective production and fast turnaround of high-quality parts with the necessary material attributes to meet its exacting demands.