Legacy 3D Printer
Legacy 3D Printer
|Product**||End of Service*||Service-Time & Spare Parts||Printing Materials|
|Fortus 360mc/Fortus 400mc||28-Jun-22|
*Service contracts can be purchased up to one year before the End of Service date.
** Refer to the table below for End-of-Service Serial Numbers
***Service contracts can no longer be purchased effective Dec. 31, 2017.
An expanding selection of production-grade thermoplastics means you can handle a growing list of demands for prototyping, functional testing, tooling and low-volume manufacturing.
For stringent functional testing, you need the agility to adjust every build parameter. From size and orientation to layer thickness, the Fortus 360mc and 400mc 3D Production Systems put you firmly in control.
Each system produces accurate, durable, repeatable parts in familiar production-grade thermoplastics. Driven by FDM Technology and powerful Insight software, they let you strike your desired balance between FDM’s finest feature detail and the quickest build. You can specify tool paths, adjust material density, fine-tune part orientation and choose from four available layer resolutions.
Choose the size that best fits your application. The standard size lets you build parts as large as 355 x 254 x 254 mm (14 x 10 x 10 in.) with easy, front-loading bays for model and support material. The larger size features dual material bays for uninterrupted production and produces parts up to 406 x 355 x 406 mm (16 x 14 x 16 in.).
The Fortus 360mc builds in five real thermoplastics.
The Fortus 400mc builds in 12 real thermoplastics for applications that require high-performance, biocompatibility, static dissipation or resistance to heat, chemicals or UV radiation. It is upgradeable, so you pay only for the features you need.
Choose from two configurations of the Fortus 360/400mc 3D Production System. These systems have different build sizes and material bays, but both were designed for the most challenging applications requiring meticulous accuracy and precise repeatability.
Effectively evaluate, optimize and communicate your product design with FDM concept models. Used in early stages of product development, FDM models reduce costs and shorten development timelines.
As your product’s design evolves from concept to prototype, FDM plays an important role in testing. FDM prototypes use industrial-grade thermoplastics, allowing you to test in real-world environments and make decisions that have a dramatic effect on the cost to manufacture your product.
On the manufacturing floor, time is money. FDM can reduce the time it takes to get assembly tools by up to 85%. You can produce jigs, fixtures, assembly aids and even production tooling in hours – without machining or tooling.
End Use Parts
Without the expense and lead time of traditional tooling or machining, FDM production parts are tough enough for integration into your final product. Ideal for building small quantities of parts while waiting for tooling, FDM makes it possible to get your products to market faster.
Fortus 360mc and 400mc:
Fortus 400mc only:
Build envelope options:
355 x 254 x 254 mm (14 x 10 x 10 in.)
406 x 355 x 406 mm (16 x 14 x 16 in.)
Material delivery options:
One bay each for material and support canisters
Two bays each for material and support canisters (with larger build envelope)
Soluble for most materials; break-away for PC-ISO, ULTEM and PPSF; soluble or break-away for PC
1281 x 896 x 1962 mm (50.5 x 35.5 x 77.3 in.)/with crate: 786 kg (1,511 lbs.), without crate: 593 kg (1,309 lbs.)
Achievable accuracy: Parts are produced within an accuracy of ± .127 mm (± .005 in.) or ± .0015 mm/mm (± .0015 in/in), whichever is greater. (Accuracy is geometry dependent. Achievable accuracy specification derived from statistical data at 95% dimensional yield.)
Network communication: 10/100 base T connection; Ethernet protocol
Power requirements: 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3 phase, 16A/phase (20 amp dedicated circuit required)
Regulatory compliance: CE
Special facility requirements: None