The Stratasys 380mc and 450mc 3D printers incorporate the latest in innovative technologies to provide you with precise prototypes from a CAD design. Stratasys’ Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology provides prototype parts, including internal features, that can be used to field-test form, fit, and function.
The Stratasys 380mc 3D printer has a maximum build area of 14 x 12 x 12 inch (356 x 305 x 305 mm). It has two material canister bays; one for model and one for support. The Stratasys 450mc 3D printer has a maximum build area of 16 x 14 x 16 inch (406 x 356 x 406 mm). It has four material canister bays; two or model and two for support.
- 50/60 Hz
- 120/208 VAC
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.