Stratasys Origin One 3D Printer

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Take on the most demanding applications.

From biocompatible medical devices to aerospace-grade components and everything in between, Origin One enables breakthrough production applications. Discover how Origin One customers have harnessed P3 technology and materials from Stratasys material ecosystem partners to extend capabilities and create new business opportunities.

Intelligent software feedback loop.

Origin One’s P3 technology utilizes computer vision and 25+ environmental sensors to monitor and respond to every important aspect of the print process. In situ analytics, combined with automatic pressure, pull force and temperature regulation, ensure the first part is the same as the last. See powerful product improvements over time, with over-the-air software updates that unlock new advanced materials and workflow optimizations.

Part Production Control

Quality control is always at the heart of successful volume production applications. With H350 you can establish a manufacturing control system that will enable you to certify your production.

Volume Production.

An optimized build volume, compact footprint, and minimal power requirements enable manufacturers to maximize production capacity per sq ft efficiently. Scale up production with modular hardware and post-process in minutes versus hours to produce parts at scale.

Features big and small.

Gain ultimate production flexibility with short or long builds and fast material swaps. Easily print features as small as a hair or solid large molds in the size of the build area with the same exceptional accuracy and consistency.

Return on investment.

Achieve a low per-part cost with a fast time to part, affordable single component resins, minimal post-processing, low waste and high production yields. Seamlessly move from prototyping to production on the same platform.

Programmable PhotoPolymerization or ​P3™ Technology

An evolution of digital light processing, P3 powers the Origin One. The tightly synchronized print process includes pneumatic controls to reduce pull forces during the print process, resulting in exceptional surface quality, without sacrificing speed or isotropy. Coupled with an advanced 4K light engine, P3 enables the highest 3D printed part quality and throughput the industry has seen.

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Designing for Stratasys Origin One.

Origin One is capable of printing difficult geometries without supports, fine features, and solid cross-sections, with excellent surface quality comparable to injection molding. However, like traditional manufacturing processes, there are guidelines that result in the highest yields, optimal quality and reduced labor.

A New World of Capabilities

The Stratasys Origin One, a manufacturing-grade 3D printer that enables mass production of end-use parts.
  • P3 technology delivers exceptional accuracy, consistency and isotropy. Print details less than 50 microns in size with high-accuracy materials.
  • Choose from a wide range of single-component, commercial-grade photopolymers, developed on and validated for Origin One. Resins are engineered to be easy to handle and rapidly post-processed, with long shelf lives.
  • Smooth, beautiful surface quality without secondary finishing, sanding, painting or additional processing.
  • An optimized build volume, compact footprint, and minimal power requirements enable manufacturers to efficiently maximize production capacity per sq ft.
  • Simple and fast post-processing workflow, with minimal facility requirements, makes scaled production feasible.
Specifications

Printing Material

Photocurable materials from Stratasys ecosystem material partners.

Effective Build Size

192 x 108 x 370 mm / 7,672 cm3
(7.5 x 4.25 x 14.5 in. / 462 in3)
Maximum length on the diagonal — 220mm (8.6 in.)

Size and Weight

49 x 51 x 113cm (19 x 20 x 44 in.)
81 kg (180 lbs.)

Minimum Feature Size

Material and design dependent, as low as 50μm

Resolution

4K Light Engine

Overview.

Origin One’s Programmable Photopolymerization (P3) process is capable of printing difficult geometries without supports, fine features, and large cross-sections, with excellent surface quality comparable to injection molding. However, like traditional manufacturing processes, there are guidelines that result in the highest yields, optimal quality, and reduced labor. Fortunately, familiar traditional techniques, like filleting, adding ribs, and orientation go a long way toward reducing the number of sacrificial supports required and increasing production throughput. This design guide is intended to help readers understand the Stratasys Origin One’s capabilities, select candidate parts for additive production, and learn how to design additive parts for the best throughput and quality on Origin One.

Common types of 3D printing technology.

Different print processes will have unique design considerations, based on the additive technique being used. Origin One’s process is within the vat photopolymerization category. If you’re familiar with Stereolithography (SLA) or Digital Light Processing (DLP) printers, many of the same design principles will apply to Origin One’s Programmable Photopolymerization (P3) process.

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How it works.

The Stratasys Origin One’s P3 process precisely orchestrates light, temperature, and other conditions to automatically optimize prints in real time for the best possible results.

Once the 3D model is sent to the printer, a vat of photopolymer is exposed to light from a UV projector. The UV projector displays a pattern of light onto the build head area. The exposed liquid polymer hardens, and the build plate then moves, allowing resin to flow underneath the hardened layer. Then, the liquid polymer is exposed to light once more. The process is repeated until the 3D model is complete.

P3 converts resins into highly crosslinked thermoset parts. Parts are almost fully polymerized during the print process. Post-processing involves removing any supports, cleaning the part in a solvent for a few minutes, and then curing the part for several minutes under a separate UV cure system.

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Product Specifications
Model Materials Photocurable materials from Stratasys ecosystem material partners. Refer to Stratasys website for an up-to-date selection.
Technology Programmable PhotoPolymerization P3™
Build Size/Printing Area 192 x 108 x 370 mm / 7,672 cm3 (7.5 x 4.25 x 14.5 in. / 462 in3) Maximum length on the diagonal — 220mm (8.6 in.)
Minimum Feature Thickness Material and design dependent, as low as 50μm
Resolution 4K Light Engine
Process Energy UV (385nm) and thermal
System Size and Weight 49 x 51 x 113cm (19 x 20 x 44 in.) 81 kg (180 lbs.)
Software Origin One cloud based web application
Power Requirements 90–264 VAC, 50–60 HZ, 700 W, 1 phase
Regulatory Compliance CE, FCC
Resin Tray Capacity 2L
Resin Storage Temp Typically 15°C to 30°C (59°F to 86°F)
Printer Authentication and Network Security Cryptographically-secure handshake Industry-standard end-to-end encryption