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 StrataSys company offers share one technology and are limited to thermoplastic – but that doesn’t make them inferior. You can read the full description for StrataSys printers on our Stratasys Mojo Review.
The StrataSys uPrint 3D Printer is the Mojo’s bigger brother. It uses the same technology, but can do a whole lot more with it.
|StrataSys uPrint Specifications and Information|
|Technology||FDM (Fuse Deposition Modeling)|
(Width x Depth x Height)
|~ 25" x 26" x 31"/ ~ 63.5 x 66 x 78.7 cm|
|Weight||~ 206lbs / ~ 94 kg|
|Build Volume||Up to 8" x 8" x 6"/ ~ 203 x 203 x 152 mm|
|Price||Starting at $15,900 at uPrint 3D printing|
|Additional Materials||StrataSys store|
|Manufacturer’s website and contacts||http://www.stratasys.com, address: 7665 Commerce Way, Eden Prairie, MN 55344, U.S.A. phone: +1 800-937-3010|
|Guides and books||StrataSys Information Center|
|Manufacturer’s forums and resources||StrataSys blog, StrataSys releases, StrataSys news|
Now we’re starting to get serious; the StrataSys uPrint 3D printer can make much larger parts than Mojo at a faster speed, while still being easy to use and reliable. Oh, and ABSplus is always ABSplus – whatever you print, it will be durable and strong.
The layer resolution is even worse than Mojo’s, so don’t expect any super fine details.
The Bottom Line:
Get this printer if you want to print strong medium-sized parts and don’t really need the extra-fine details.