DETAILED & REPEATABLE BUILDS, WITH COMPLETE CONTROL
The Fortus 250mc is the performance 3D printer powerhouse, merging all of the best features of the other FDM printers — large build tray, high layer resolution, and the powerful Insight software for customized builds. Its compact size, easy-to-use functionality, and powerful printing capability make this printer our most affordable printer for high-end professional prototyping.
Using the latest in Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology, models and functional prototypes are built in real ABSplus thermoplastic — results are durable, stable, and accurate.
- Model Material
ABSplus (ivory, white, blue, fluorescent yellow, black, red, nectarine, olive green and gray)
- Support Material
Soluble Support Technology (SST)
- Build Size
254 x 254 x 305 mm (10 x 10 x 12 in)
- Layer Thickness
0.178 mm (0.007 in), 0.254 mm (0.010 in), 0.330 mm (0.013 in)
- Workstation Compatibility
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
- Size & Weight
83.8 x 73.7 x 114.3 cm (33 x 29 x 45 in), 326kg (148 lbs)
- Power Requirements
100-120 VAC; 60 Hz; 15A
Optimize STL output for 3D printing on a Fortus machine using Insight Software that automates slicing, support structure generation, and material extrusion path creation. Users have the ability to manually determine the material, look, durability, and precise sizing of parts. Users can also control the build speed of the FDM process.
- Control build orientation to achieve greatest part strength with the smoothest surface finish
- Customize support structures for quick and easy removal and optimal material usage
- Option to pause during build cycle so user can embed hardware, circuitry, etc.
- Advanced control over part properties with manipulation of tool paths
Control Center, a sophisticated software application that communicates with user workstations and Fortus systems, is included with the Insight Software. The program makes it possible for users to manage jobs and monitor build status updates. Designers, engineers, and manufacturer professionals can network with each other as well — shared 3D manufacturing capacity will maximize efficiency and throughput.