Limited Time: Save up to $1960 on METHOD
November 1, 2019 News
Don’t miss this limited time offer. Save up to $1960 on the award-winning manufacturing workstation: METHOD. Engineers from industry-leading companies use METHOD to print complex and durable ABS parts with a 100°C heated chamber for end-use assemblies and manufacturing tools.
Powered by Stratasys® patents, METHOD utilizes industrial-grade materials in a platform built to outperform even the most competitive desktop 3D printers.
Limited time offer valid through Nov 22nd. Contact us for details and to get a quote.
GET DURABLE, COMPLEX PARTS WITH REAL ABS
Get dimensionally accurate, production-grade, real ABS end-use parts at a fraction of traditional manufacturing costs. METHOD reduces costs and saves time for small production manufacturing runs.
Create durable, real ABS parts for the production floor. Print dimensionally accurate jigs, fixtures, and end-effectors that fit seamlessly with existing components.
Prototype with production-grade ABS to achieve part properties close to injection molded parts. Print dimensionally accurate assemblies and validate your designs to get your products to market faster—all at a fraction of industrial 3D printing costs.
WHY ENGINEERS CHOOSE METHOD
Print real, production-grade ABS with a 100°C chamber—powered by Stratasys®.
Manufacturing-ready materials including real ABS, ASA, SR-30, PVA, PETG, TOUGH, and more.
An automated, tinker-free industrial printing system.
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