F900 The workhorse of FDM printers.

Get accurate prints, repeatable results and reliable performance, from the overachiever in FDM industrial 3D printers. Manufacturing leaders in virtually every industry trust the F900 for consistent uptime, dependable output and data security.

3 image design F900

Ready for manufacturing.

Whether it’s large-scale prototyping or end-use parts for space vehicles, the F900 has the features and materials to serve any application. Armed with 18 cubic feet of build volume and connectivity-capability, this large-format 3D printer is a production-ready workhorse that augments any manufacturing operation. To learn more, download our whitepaper.

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F900 Applications

ATV Gear box


Capitalize on the F900’s generous build volume to prototype large parts in a single print, avoiding the higher cost and lead times associated with traditional prototyping methods. A wide range of material options provides the capability for both conceptual and functional prototyping.

CMM Fixture

Manufacturing Tooling

Replace heavy metal jigs, fixtures and manufacturing aids with lighter tools made from strong, durable thermoplastics. The F900 can quickly produce large tooling fixtures to minimize production downtime due to damaged tools or to quickly validate new production tooling.

ESD Aero

Production Parts

Meet production goals faster with 3D printed end-use parts for low-volume orders, obsolete parts or as a bridge to full production. The F900’s large build capacity accommodates large batches of small parts or big parts that can be made in a single piece, consolidating multi-part assemblies.


Going supersonic with help from the F900.

Boom Supersonic aims to make the world more accessible by bringing back supersonic air travel, and 3D printing with the F900 has a central role in making that happen. Boom Supersonic has used the F900 to make tooling and end-use parts for its XB-1 demonstrator aircraft. It plans to do the same for the production of Overture, the first faster-than-sound passenger aircraft in 50 years. Read the case study to see how the company capitalizes on the versatility of the F900.

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F900 materials.


For a large-scale 3D printer, the F900 offers unmatched material versatility, supporting 16 FDM materials that encompass standard, engineering and high-performance thermoplastics. ABS and ASA plastics reliably cover a broad range of general applications. High-performance materials that include carbon fiber nylon, PEKK and PEI polymers offer the physical and mechanical properties for more demanding use cases.

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Equipped for the most demanding applications.

Equipped for the most demanding applications.

Developing the next generation of spacecraft demands the use of special materials and a manufacturing process with the repeatability that provides high-quality results every time. Watch the video to learn how Lockheed Martin Space trusts F900 additive manufacturing technology to develop and produce the Orion spacecraft that will take astronauts back into space.

F900 delivers:

Versatile material performance.
The F900 offers the broadest selection of FDM materials, designed to meet a wide variety of applications. From standard ABS to carbon fiber to ESD-capable PEKK, the F900 has the material to match the challenge.
Connectivity and data security.

MTConnect provides factory floor connectivity. ProtectAM safeguards sensitive printer data and enables information processing security, including U.S. DOD STIG compliance, enabled by Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® software.

(Red Hat is a registered trademark of Red Hat, Inc. in the United States and other countries.)

Proven performance.

The F900 is trusted by industry leaders and government agencies because it’s a proven platform that delivers reliable and repeatable performance, an absolute requirement in any manufacturing operation.

The F900

Consistent performer. 3D part printed with F770 3D Printer

The F900

Consistent performer.

Customers refer to the F900 as a workhorse because it delivers consistent, repeatable results. But unlike other 3D printer manufacturers, we can prove it. It’s all detailed in this white paper analysis of an exhaustive test program carried out to validate the performance of the F900, and two other FDM printers.

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18 cu ft (509 liters) build volume


High-performance materials



Compare the F900.

F770 printer


F770 printer

Fortus 450mc

F900 printer


Tray size and build plate shape

Tray size and build plate shape

39 x 24 x 24 in.
(1,000 x 610 x 610 mm)

16 x 14 x 16 in.
(406 x 355 x 406 mm)

36 x 24 x 36 in.
(914 x 610 x 914 mm)


(printed synonymously)



Cartridge capacity

Cartridge capacity

200 cu in.

Up to 500 cu in.

Up to 500 cu in.

Car assembly line jigs and fixture
General Motors leverages the F900 to overcome the typical lead time delays and high costs associated with new and replacement production tooling. In these two use cases, see how GM used the F900’s generous build size and carbon-fiber material to create better automotive manufacturing tools, faster and for lower cost.

Carbon fiber replaces metal tooling.

GM employees working

Better automotive tooling solutions.

GrabCAD Print

Print directly from your CAD model, without time-wasting file conversion. Get familiar with the software that powers the F900's CAD-to-print simplicity.