“The dimensional accuracy that we're getting with the Method compared to any Industrial 3D Printer is as good or better.”
MARCO PERRY, CEO & FOUNDER, PENSA
“The quality of [3D prints] we’ve been getting on Method have been top notch, as much as we would expect from a [3D] printer in the $50k range.”
DON LEHMAN, HEAD OF PRODUCT DESIGN, STARRY
“Method's accuracy is excellent. We've put it to the test by printing even the tiniest parts, and every time, they've come together seamlessly.”
ALBERT KWAK, INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER, SMART DESIGN
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.
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.
Create durable, real ABS parts for the production floor. Print dimensionally accurate jigs, fixtures, and end-effectors that fit seamlessly with existing components.
PLA, PETG, TOUGH
PLA, PETG, TOUGH,
Developed from the ground up leveraging industry-leading Stratasys® patents including high quality components like a heated build chamber, precision dissolvable supports, and dry-sealed material bays.
1 Based on internal testing of injection molded specimens of METHOD X ABS compared to ABS from a leading desktop 3D printer competitor. Tensile strength testing was performed according to ASTM D638 and HDT B testing according to ASTM D648.
2 ± 0.2 mm or ± 0.002 mm per mm of travel (whichever is greater). Based on internal testing of selected geometries.
3 Compared to popular desktop 3D printers when using the same layer height and infill density settings. Speed advantage dependent upon object geometry.
4 Expected total amount of testing to be completed prior to shipping.
5 Part Size: 13.7 x 15.2 x 10.2 cm | based on 52 parts per year average | prices shown in USD.
6 Cost of material plus the cost per print of the printers depreciated over a period of 3 years