Our prototyping lab features the Stratasys F170 3D Printer, solvent tank for dissolving support material, Glowforge Pro Laser Cutter, and Shopbot 18 x 24. The lab also has tools for finishing your prototypes.
The Stratasys F123 3D Printer Series demands less knowledge and experience, while meeting even the most advanced rapid prototyping expectations and needs. This Series excels at all stages of the design prototyping process, from draft-concept iterations – to complex design verification – to high-quality functional prototypes. Enhanced 3D printing capabilities include – a new user interface, remote print monitoring, built-in camera, auto calibration, an improved software experience with GrabCAD Print, easy material change out and auto material changeover – help make the Stratasys F123 3D Printer Series one of the most simple to use, yet powerful 3D printing platforms for busy classrooms and demanding business environments alike.
Choose the most powerful and capable Glowforge. Designed for all-day use. Cuts up to 20% faster, double warranty, and infinitely long prints with the passthrough slot. Upgraded optics, cooling, and laser power. Class 4 laser product. Easy and powerful interface will have you printing in minutes. Web interface works on Mac, PC, Linux, and many mobile devices (internet required). Compatible with JPG, PNG, SVG, PDF, and other file formats. Drag-and-drop layout with live camera preview to position designs on the material. Automatically scan drawings and print without design software. Catalog of premium, customizable, ready-to-print designs. Laptop required to use the Glowforge, all software is web based to operate the unit.
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