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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 contactshttp://www.stratasys.com, 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

Pros:

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

Cons:

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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