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Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer Review

StrataSys 3D printers are a choice of rapid prototyping machines ranging from desktop to factory models, from the affordable and easy to use Mojo to a full-scale Fortus production system. All 3D printers that the StrataSys company offers share one technology and are limited to thermoplastic – but that doesn’t make them inferior. In fact, the StrataSys 3D printer company offers a selection of great models suitable for almost every kind of business.

How do StrataSys 3D Printers Work?

StrataSys printers all use Fuse Deposition Modeling technology – FDM, in short.  FDM technology belongs to the extrusion family of processes – currently most-widely used solution. The process offers a lot of advantages – it produces durable parts, it’s office-friendly and clean, it doesn’t need special facilities and on top of that, it’s quite cheap. Resolution and surface finish may suffer, but that still allows StrataSys printers to be a great choice for creation of functional parts, prototypes and production parts – see how it prints a wrench (sped-up).

The StrataSys Mojo 3D printer is the smallest, simplest printer StrataSys offers. It costs about $9,900, and its specs reflect that.

StrataSys Mojo Specifications and Information
TechnologyFDM (Fuse Deposition Modeling)
Frame Size
(Width x Depth x Height)
~ 25" x 18" x 21"/ ~ 63 x 45 x 53 cm
Weight~ 60lbs / ~ 27 kg
Build MaterialsABSplus
Layer Resolution.178mm
Build Volume5" x 5" x 5"/ ~ 127 x 127 x 127 mm
PriceStarting at $9,900 at Mojo 3D printing
Additional MaterialsStrataSys store
Manufacturer’s website and contacts, address: 7665 Commerce Way, Eden Prairie, MN 55344, U.S.A. phone: +1 800-937-3010
Guides and booksStrataSys Information Center
Manufacturer’s forums and resourcesStrataSys blog, StrataSys releases, StrataSys news


The StrataSys Mojo is cheap, reliable, easy to use and small. The material lets you print parts suited for functional testing.


The printer is nothing amazing – layer resolution, build volume and speed are sub-par, but hey, at least it prints!

The Bottom Line:

You get what you pay for. Consider this printer if you don’t need a better solution.

Want to see more StrataSys? Check out the StrataSys uPrint.

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