Professional prototyping with stratasys 3d printers
the reviews are in
Anthony J. Lockwood, Digital Engineering
There are reasons galore why many product design and development teams have been slow to adopt rapid prototyping. Ease of use, speed, not very accurate parts and too few material options for the workflow are among the unmet requirements that come to mind. Today's "Editor's Pick of the Week" presents a new line of 3D printers designed to overcome such issues."
Guy Nickless, R&D Director, Toy State International
Time is our greatest enemy, and with the Stratasys F370, we can spare more resources to tackle other complex designs and save logistic and prototyping costs and time. Developing a drone used to take up to a year or longer, and now we have it down to around 8 months.”
Jesse Hahne, Center for Advanced Design
It's pretty powerful having this much capability in a single system that sits right in our work space. We've tried lower-end 3D printers in the past, and to be honest, they're dimensionally inaccurate. The Stratasys F370 matches the CAD input every time with accurate, high quality prototypes.
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