Manufacturers can scale production and decrease expenses with the Stratasys F3300 FDM 3D printer.


Stratasys, the well-known 3D printer manufacturer, has just announced the release of its latest innovation, the F3300 Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printer. This highly anticipated printer is set to make waves in the manufacturing industry by offering numerous benefits to its clients. With the ability to reduce labor demands, optimize uptime, and improve part quality and yield, the F3300 is expected to revolutionize additive manufacturing.

What sets the F3300 apart from other 3D printers on the market is its origin. Developed by the inventors of FDM technology themselves, Stratasys brings years of expertise and knowledge to the table. This pedigree ensures that the F3300 meets the highest standards of excellence, making it a valuable tool in industries such as aerospace, automotive, government/military, and service bureaus.

One of the key advantages of the F3300 is its ability to scale production without compromising on quality. Stratasys Chief Industrial Business Unit Officer, Rich Garrity, explains that the F3300 empowers customers to overcome production challenges, innovate faster, and maximize their return on investment. In a world where global supply chain challenges and application complexity are on the rise, the F3300 offers a solution that allows companies to stay ahead of the curve.

The F3300 introduces significant improvements in several key areas. It boasts faster print speeds, increased gantry speeds, faster extrusion rates, and autocalibration, resulting in a more efficient printing process. Moreover, the F3300 promises higher part quality and yields, achieving up to a 25% increase in accuracy and repeatability. Machine monitoring, extruder redundancy, and a user-friendly interface design ensure maximized uptime and streamlined operations. Not only does the F3300 provide top-notch performance, but it also offers cost savings of 25% to 45% compared to other Stratasys FDM solutions.

Joining Stratasys’ esteemed FDM product line, which includes the F900, F770, F450mc, and the F123 series, the F3300 is designed to complement the existing offerings. In particular, it complements the F900, renowned for its reliability, generous capacity, and use of high-performance materials.

To unveil the F3300, Stratasys is hosting a special live event on November 7 at 5:30 p.m. CET. For those unable to attend in person, there is the option to watch the unveiling via live stream.

While Stratasys is making waves in the additive manufacturing industry, other players in the market are also introducing innovative technologies. Mingda, a Shenzhen-based 3D printer manufacturer, has launched the MD-400D high-temperature IDEX FDM 3D printer. This printer offers a large build volume, independent double extruder (IDEX) technology, and high-temperature hot ends that can work with engineering-grade materials. Similarly, Ultimaker has introduced the Method XL, a dual-extrusion FDM 3D printer with industrial-grade precision and performance. With a heated build chamber, third-party material compatibility, and remote print job management, the Method XL aims to make industrial-capable 3D printing more accessible.

As the world of 3D printing continues to evolve, it is important to stay informed about the latest advancements. To stay up to date with the latest 3D printing news, subscribe to the 3D Printing Industry newsletter or follow them on social media. Additionally, don’t forget to cast your vote for the 3D Printing Industry Awards 2023, and visit 3D Printing Jobs if you are looking for a job in the additive manufacturing industry.

The future of 3D printing holds endless possibilities, and it will be exciting to see what engineering challenges can be tackled in the coming decade. In the meantime, keep an eye out for the Stratasys F3300 FDM 3D printer as it hits the market in 2024.

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