PRINT REAL, PRODUCTION-GRADE ABS WITH A 100°C CHAMBER. POWERED BY STRATASYS®.
› Capable of withstanding 15°C higher temperatures than modified desktop 3D printer ABS material formulations
› Powered by Stratasys® SR-30 soluble support material
› Superior Z-layer bonding provides higher strength and better surface finish without warping and curling
MANUFACTURING READY MATERIALS INCLUDING REAL ABS, PETG, TOUGH, AND MORE.
› Finished part dimensional accuracy of ± 0.2mm (± 0.007in)1
› Get unrestricted geometric freedom with the METHOD dual extrusion system
› Print complex assemblies with exact tolerances
AN AUTOMATED, TINKERFREE INDUSTRIAL PRINTING SYSTEM.
› 2x times faster printing than leading desktop 3D printers.2
› 300,000+ total testing hours on 150+ printers (includes full system and sub system testing).3
› Seamless CAD to Part workflow with
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.
± 0.2mm / ±0.007in 1
Maximum Capability: 20 – 400 micron
MAXIMUM BUILD VOLUME
19 L x 19 W x 19.6 H cm / 7.5 x 7.5 x 7.75 in
15.2 L x 19 W x 19.6 H cm / 6.0 x 7.5 x 7.75 in
Dual Performance Extruders (Model & Support)
MAKERBOT MATERIALS FOR METHOD
PLA, TOUGH, PVA, PETG + more to come
PRECISION MODEL MATERIAL
43 MPa (12% higher than desktop 3D printer ABS)4
2400 MPa (26% higher than desktop 3D printer ABS)4
HEAT DEFLECTION TEMPERATURE (HDT
B – 0.45 MPA) 84ºC (15ºC higher than desktop 3D printer ABS)4
POWER REQUIREMENTS METHOD
100 – 240 V
3.9A – 1.6A,50 / 60 Hz
400 W max.
- ± 0.2mm or ± 0.002 mm per mm of travel – whichever is greater. Based on internal testing of selected geometries.
- Compared to popular desktop 3D printers when using the same layer height and infill density settings. Speed advantage dependent upon object geometry and material.
- Combined total test hours of METHOD and METHOD X (full system and subsystem testing) expected to be completed around shipping of METHOD X.
- Based on internal testing of injection-molded specimens of MakerBot ABS compared to ABS from a leading desktop 3D printer competitor. Tensile testing was performed according to ASTM D638 and HDT testing according to ASTM D648.