Maybe you’ve heard of 3D Printers, but aren’t sure how they could fit in to your design workflow. The world-class 3D printers in the Stratasys Idea Series range could change all of that. In fact, they make taking the leap to 3D Printing so easy, you'll wonder how you ever worked without them! Liberate your creativity & accelerate your design process.
Within this range is the uPrint SE and the uPrint SE Plus 3D Printer. Both of these printers produce concept models with feature detail, versatility and speed utilizing FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology.
The uPrint 3D Printers are the professional 3D Printers that thousands of design engineers used to test their ideas. With a bigger build envelope, your creativity will know no bounds.
Your concepts will stand up to more than a critical eye. They'll also be strong enough to stand up to functional testing. The Stratasys Idea Series 3D Printers build 3D Models in ABSplus thermoplastic, offering unparalleled strength and durbaility. So, when it's time to test your concepts, your models will stand up to testing and you'll get more quality feedback.
Both of the printers within the Idea Series run on FDM technology. Two materials (one for model, one for support) are heated in an extrusion head and deposited in thin layers on a modeling base. This model is precisely built, layer upon layer. When the model is complete, the support material is removed, leaving an accurate, durable, functional 3D Model.
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