Versatile performance on an industrial scale – Made for the 


Built for the production environment, the F900 gives you the ability to create large parts or multiple smaller parts in the broadest array of FDM materials. With the largest build chamber available among FDM printers, the F900 enables additive manufacturing at scale while delivering consistent, accurate results. Whether you’re printing jigs and fixtures, functional prototypes or production parts, the F900 delivers the versatility and reliability you need to get it right the first time, every time.

Reliability. Accuracy. Versatility.

Rely on the F900’s to achieve real manufacturing with 3D printing. Its large build volume and proven accuracy provides consistent results needed to meet production demand. A diverse material selection ranging from engineering-grade thermoplastics to high-performance polymers lets you cover a varied range of applications. 

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F900 System Specifications

System Size                            2772 x 1683 x 2027 mm (109.1 x 66.3 x 78.1 in)


System Weight                       2869 kg (6325 lbs)

Accuracy                                +/- 0.089 mm or +/- 0.0015 mm per mm
(+/- 0.0035 in. or +/- 0.0015 in. per in.)
 Note: Accuracy is geometry dependent


Maximum Build Size (XYZ)    914.4 x 609.6 x 914.4 mm (36 x 24 x 36 in)

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F900 Materials

Standard                      ASA, ABS-M30, ABS-M30i, ABS-ESD7

Engineering-Grade    PC-ABS, PC-ISO, PC, FDM Nylon 6, FDM Nylon 12

High-Performance      Antero 800NA, Antero 840CN03, PPSF, ULTEM™ 9085 resin, ULTEM™ 1010 resin, FDM Nylon 12CF, ST-130

Stratasys F900 gives you the most versatility in a production-ready 3D printer. Manufacturers leverage the F900's capabilities in large-format printing that include:

  • The widest range of materials
  • Large-scale prototyping and production
  • Customized tools and manufacturing aids
  • More visibility and connectivity in the production process

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F900 Case Study

Solaxis cuts cycle times from 16-20 weeks down to 3-5 weeks with 3D printing.

Founded in 2010, Solaxis Ingenious Manufacturing expertise’s in large-format Industrial 3D printing including functional prototypes, specialized tooling and end-use production parts.

Jigs used to assemble automotive parts traditionally share two downsides: They can be difficult to maintain, and because they’re made of metal, they’re heavy — up to 150 pounds — too heavy for a single worker to move easily amid a bustling factory floor. But as the engineers at Solaxis Ingenious Manufacturing in Bromont, Canada, have demonstrated, jigs don’t need to possess any of those negatives.

 With the help of Stratasys large FDM 3D Printers, Solaxis engineers designed and manufactured a jig for an automotive supplier, which uses it to assemble high-volume plastic door seals. After developing several iterations of the jig, Solaxis was not only able to produce a 3D printed jig that is over 100 pounds lighter than a typical jig for this application, but it also slashed the design and manufacturing time by at least two-thirds compared with traditional methods.

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