Stratasys F370 3D Printer - F370 vs. Fusion3 F410 | Fusion3



Stratasys’ F123 line was seemingly introduced to directly compete with the Fusion3 F400 and successor F410. Previously, only Fusion3 used verbiage such as “affordable industrial-grade 3D printing” and an emphasis on accuracy, reliability, safety and ease of use.

Frankly, we’re flattered that a company with a long history in 3D printing as Stratasys, would take notice of our products.

That said, at the price of $50,000, we thank the incumbent manufacturers to continue to sell competent 3D printing hardware at excessively high prices, inflated material costs and requiring annual service contracts.

Overall, the  Fusion3 F410 printer is much more affordable than the Stratasys F370, more versatile than the Stratasys F370, and offers a longer warranty than Stratasys, making it a more reliable investment.

Take a look at the comparison table below. You’ll see for yourself that at only $4,999, the Fusion3 F410 is a much better value:

  • Similarly sized print area
  • Prints a wider variety of engineering-grade plastics (Stratasys F370 only prints 9 different materials)
  • More versatile, not just in plastics, but for different sized parts with 3 different sized print heads which reduce print time
  • Ability to purchase filament from multiple vendors (must purchase Stratasys material at inflated prices)
  • Longer warranty and more robust support
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