|Build Volume||355 x 305 x 305 mm (14 x 12 x 12 in.)|
|Layer Resolution Low||330 micron (0.013 in.)|
|Layer Resolution High||127 micron (0.005 in.)|
|Machine type||3D Printer|
|Technology||FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)|
|Average Price||Contact manufacturer|
The Fortus 380mc let you build parts in the materials you're familiar with, but with the advanced complexity and high requirements needed for today's manufacturers. Agile enough to use 10 different materials and loaded with easy-to-use interfaces and software controls, the Fortus printing systems enable you to produce complex parts more efficiently and effectively than ever before.
Complex, high-requirement parts production means you can embed hardware, circuitry, and other non-thermoplastic materials into your parts easily, with minimal downtime for changeover.
Advanced additive manufacturing is combined with the latest advances in FDM technology so you can expand your manufacturing business with speed, agility, and the freedom of your own designs.
Fewer production system breakdowns because the printing system is built with many of the same standard, engineering-grade and high-performance thermoplastics used in traditional manufacturing processes.
Operation and training time is reduced for your employees as the Fortus systems require minimal training to operate and maintain, with a simple touchscreen interface and easy-to-replace build trays and loading options.
No special facility requirements means you can install the Fortus printing systems anywhere since they produce no noxious fumes, chemicals or waste with most materials.
Fortus systems are based on Stratasys FDM technology, so you can build durable parts in production-grade thermoplastics. The Fortus 380mc gives you the option of up to eight different materials.