TriMech 20 for 20
3D Innovation: Stratasys 123 Series
Do you feel like you're Goldilocks when you're printer shopping? Do you test out 3D printers only to find they are too big or too small, and are still left looking for the one that is just right? At TriMech we never want you to settle and our experts are here to help you find the perfect fit. The right printer is out there, and you may find your match in the Stratasys 123 series.
Join us on Tuesday, October 22nd at 10 AM ET for our webinar as TriMech Application Engineer, Greg Schotte, compares the Stratasys 123 series to common desktop and hobby-level printers. First, he will provide an overview of the series, covering factors that define it such as multiple print heads, soluble support, different material choices and the accuracy/resolution myth. Then he will dive into a comparison between these printers and some of the top-level desktop and hobbyist level 3D printers on the market. Plus, he will cover how the printer operates within the industrial environment.
In this webinar, Greg will give you:
- An overview of the Stratasys F123 Series
- An overview of other top-level and hobby-level 3D printers
- A comparison between the printers
- The importance of industrial level features
- The truth about the accuracy/resolution myth
Reserve your spot by registering now!
This webinar is part of the TriMech 20 for 20 series. As a result, recordings of these live webinars will not be available on-demand immediately afterward.
About The Presenter
Greg is an Application Engineer with TriMech and covers the Long Island, Westchester and NYC areas. He works with our customers to improve their businesses with new hardware, software and services. His background is in design with a variety of different applications ranging from HVAC design to Stonework. When not working with SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys, he enjoys going to concerts and cooking for his family.