Print stronger parts with carbon fibre 3D printers
Stratasys F190 CR
305 x 254 x 305 mm
Build parts in a wide range of composite materials, including chopped carbon fibre with Nylon 12, allowing full 3D printing versatility with engineering-grade composites which offer high durability, robustness and resistance to chemicals, heat and more.
The F190 Composite-Ready 3D printer from Stratasys excels at producing high-quality and durable parts in a wide range of temperature-resistant materials for demanding manufacturing environments that call for tough parts that can take a beating. Ideal for R&D site testing.
Reliable composite 3D printing – and a lot more.
Supplement machining with carbon fibre 3D printing. The F190 Composite-Ready printer offers carbon fibre and engineering-grade thermoplastics to build strong workholding fixtures, tooling and parts.
Precision 3D printing. Easy as F123.
High-strength composites, diverse engineering-grade thermoplastics and open material capability unlock a wide range of applications on the most versatile composite 3D printer in its class.
Simple set up and operation means you can be printing in minutes. GrabCAD Print software provides an intuitive workflow and printer features are designed for easy functionality.
The F190 CR printer is built on the same platform as the highly reliable F123 Series printers, with a demonstrated 99% uptime and 99% dimensional repeatability performance.
High-strength composite printing.
The F190 CR uses ABS-CF10 and FDM Nylon-CF10 composite materials, both reinforced with chopped carbon fibre, 10% by weight for strength and stiffness. F190 CR soluble support material enables complex designs that cannot be made with conventional machining.
F190 CR applications
Carbon fibre materials allow for the substitution of machined metal for strong and rigid 3D printed soft jaws, fixtures and manufacturing aids.
Composite materials provide the mechanical properties for durable low-volume production parts, eliminating the constraints of traditional methods.
Capitalise on the high-strength capabilities of composite 3D printing to accelerate production with fast, iterative functional prototyping.
Application versatility enhanced by open materials.
An open material platform enhances versatility even further by allowing you to expand your application space with new materials you develop or ones developed in partnership between Stratasys and a third party.
Keep your options open. With F190 CR, you buy one printer but get the versatility of multiple materials, including soluble support, which offers the freedom to print any geometry without restriction.
Book a free demo for the F190 CR at our Additive Manufacturing Hub where you can see the full scope of Stratasys technology and how it can transform the way you work.
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