Next-level part production
The SAF™ powered Stratasys H350 3D printer gives you control of your production and costs. Grow your business through volume production with consistent end-use functional parts.
Built for high-volume, short-run production, the Stratasys H350 3D printer gives you control of your materials, workflow, production and costs while delivering consistency and accuracy print after print.
Stratasys H350 Workflow
Grow your part production business for a variety of industries and applications with a workflow you can fully control.
- Nest parts to create a build job.
- Send print jobs to the printer.
- Print SAF technology provides a uniform thermal experience for improved part consistency.
- Monitor progress of all printers in your fleet with GrabCAD Print Server.
- Data retrieval from a build job for quality control and to certify production.
- Build removal allows a completed build to cool down.
- Breakout and powder retrieval to remove parts from a build and retrieve unfused powder.
- Dosing retrieves unfused powder and mix with virgin material for printer refill.
- Powder refill to put dosed powder in the machine (e.g., 70:30 used-to-virgin ratio).
- Depowdering/bead blasting where you can use your choice of equipment to remove any excess powder from the part surface to create a finished raw part.
Stratasys H350 Benefits
Achieve superior part quality and repeatability
With its unique thermal management Big Wave™ powder deposition, SAF technology produces high volume parts with accuracy and repeatability.
This gives you part consistency throughout your build and ensures reproducible part quality — even on fine feature details, flat areas and large parts. Produce parts with a uniform, smooth surface that are suitable for a wide range of applications.
In additive manufacturing, PA12 is the go-to material for prototyping. But in traditional volume production of end-use parts, PA11 is much more widely used due to its higher ductility, higher impact and higher fatigue resistance making it suitable for a wider range of industrial applications.
PA11 is also ecofriendly and 100 percent bio-based from sustainably grown castor beans.
Built for demanding industries
Additive manufacturing has seen growth in demand for products with pandemic-proof supply chains, shorter design-to-part cycles and reduced-spare-part inventory. Commercial equipment, consumer goods, automotive and transportation are some of the industries demanding equipment that fulfills their production needs.
The Stratasys H350 is the additive manufacturing solution with the control that customers need to deliver the consistency, accuracy and competitive cost that these markets demand.
Control your cost
Run lean and boost your return-on-investment with the H350. Get predictable and simple part cost estimation, manage fewer consumables and produce consistent and accurate parts made up of 80% reused powder. Additionally, save on machine recertification and part costs with long-lasting printheads and a12 percent nesting density.
Stratasys Origin One Part Features
It takes an ecosystem of materials to transform an industry
Quality finished, end-use products
Consumer-facing products that require a high-quality finishing such as clips, eye-wear, consumer electronic cases and ear-phones.
Functionally enhanced parts
Parts with movement such as hinges, gears and clips; electric protection connectors, improved impact resistance or such as shatter-proof trims, durable housings and covers.
Molds, and robust load bearing parts
Brackets, mold tools, machine components, jigs, adapters, manifolds and manufacturing aids.
Stratasys H350 SAF Materials
Stratasys polymers are derived from a 100 percent renewable bio-source from sustainably grown castor beans
Stratasys H350 Specifications
|Effective build size (xyz)||315 x 208 x 293 mm (12.40 x 8.18 x 11.53 in)|
|Effective build volume||Effective build volume 19.2 l (5.07 gallon)|
|Layer thickness||100 μ (0.004 in)|
|Time to a full build||11.62 hrs.|
|Requirements||400VAC, 3P+N, PE, 50-60 Hz, 16A|
|Consumption||3.25 kw, 5 kw (peak), 0.15 kw (Idle)|
|Temperature||20-25˚ C (68-77 deg F)|
|Extraction rate||300 m3/h (294 CFM)|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)|
|Printer||1900 x 940 x 1730 mm (74.8 x 37.0 x 68.1 in)|
|Printer crate||2156 x 1196 x 2100 mm (84.9 x 47.1 x 82.7 in)|
|Printer||825 kg (1819 lb)|
|Crated printer||950 kg (2094 lb)|
|Network requirements|| RJ45 Ethernet connection 35MBit|
Network with DHCP server and internet access
|Supported software workflow||Materialise Magics, Siemens NX and PTC Creo|
GrabCAD Print Server
|Safety||EN ISO 12100:2010|
|Environmental||REACH, RoHS, WEEE, Modern Slavery Act, CoA, CoC (and from 2021,|
Conflict Minerals regulation), TSCA
|Fluid||Stratasys High Absorption Fluid HAF ™|
|Warranty and Service|
|Warranty||1 year limited warranty (warranty include print heads and consumables)|
|Service||Service plans include print heads and consumables|
Stratasys 3D Printers are used in a wide variety of industry applications
- Product design
- 3D documentation
Industrial design and manufacturing
- Reverse engineering
- Quality control
- Rapid prototyping
Medical and Life Sciences
- Plastic surgery
- Custom wheelchairs
Science and education
- Online museums
Art and design
- Heritage preservation
Advantages of parts built with SAF technology and a Stratasys H350 Machine
SAF Selective Absorption Fusion is the 3D printing technology behind the H Series production platform. SAF technology uses an infrared-absorbing fluid to help fuse the polymer powder.
This fluid is selectively placed where it’s needed to create the shape of the part in any given layer. When the infrared-sensitive fluid is exposed to the printer’s fusing lamps, it heats up to a higher temperature than the surrounding material.
This “selectively” fuses the powdered particles together but leaves the adjacent material unfused. Using highly reliable print heads, tight thermal control and an innovative powder management system, SAF technology offers a new alternative to other forms of PBF printing.
How is SAF technology different from other powder bed fusion printers?
SAF’s primary difference involves the process by which the polymer powder is distributed, heated and fused. SAF technology provides a high level of part detail requiring just one High Absorption Fluid.
SAF technology’s unique powder management ensures there’s sufficient powder to cover the entire next layer, even when printing large cross-sectional areas, and reduces powder aging. This results in greater thermal stability, which provides better results in the form of part repeatability and material property consistency.
What are the main elements in the printing process workflow with SAF technology?
SAF technology follows the same processing steps as other powder bed fusion printers:
- CAD files are input to the printer for printing. When parts are finished printing, they are embedded in a “cake” of unused, loose powder.
- After printing, the cake is removed from the printer and allowed to cool. After cooldown, the cake is broken apart to extract the printed parts.
- Parts can then be used or post-processed as needed.