The New F123 Series Printers Makes Carbon Fiber Nylon Parts More Accessible Than Ever Before

Move over F370, there’s a new sheriff in town. It is my pleasure to introduce you to the newest members of the F123 lineup – the F370CR and F190CR 3D printers!

Check out the new F370CR and the F190CR 3D printers.

You’d best skedaddle

Introducing the F370CR and F190CR 3D Printers

These new printers pack a lot more than just a facelift. More and more, manufacturers are turning to 3D printers to supply rapid prototyping and custom tooling in high-performance materials. The new F370CR and F190CR 3D Printers offer a fully hardened filament path, letting them print the toughest composite materials.

Releasing with the launch of these two new printers is Stratasys’ new Nylon 10-CF material for F123CR. Stiffer and lighter than ABS CF-10, this new material excels at creating tooling fixtures, soft jaws, assembly jigs, and more. Its nylon base gives it impressive chemical resistance too, making it appropriate for use in applications that involve prolonged exposure to grease, oil, coolants, and other harsh chemicals.

Nylon CF-10 at work - custom soft jaws

Nylon CF-10 at work – custom soft jaws

F123CR series printers straddle the line between 3D printer and 3D production system. They provide some of the bite of Stratasys’ advanced engineering material portfolio while keeping the approachable and intuitive user experience perfected by the F123 lineup.

If you’ve determined you need the material portfolio of industrial 3D production platforms like the Fortus 450 or the F900 but aren’t ready to jump straight into a system with such a high level of commitment, the F123CR series could be your new best option.

The last stop before industry level production machines

Slimmer and sleeker with no special requirements. F123CR is the easiest production-grade 3D printer to welcome into your space.

New Features

All F123 series printers including the F123CR are compact and quiet when printing. This means you can easily put it in any corner of the office. Additionally, the smaller heated chamber doesn’t require a high voltage electrical hookup, so the printer can be run off any regularly available outlet. The printer also doesn’t require large support removal equipment. And the equipment it does need fits comfortably on the top of a table or counter.

We’re excited to share these new printers and we can’t wait to see what you’ll print using this new platform. If something you read in the article piques your interest, don’t hesitate to reach out to our knowledgeable sales team to learn more. We have a hardworking technical team on staff ready to discuss your specific application and prove the value of a machine like the F370CR or F190CR can bring to your business.

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Jake Wenzel

Application Engineer, Hardware Solutions

Computer Aided Technology


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