We often get asked what are my options when my Stratasys Printer becomes end of life (EOL). This can be a concern and especially those customers who fully utilise the system and find it critical to the business.
Rest assured, Stratasys will continue to manufacture parts long after a system stops production, so if you find yourself with a device where spare parts have become EOL, you’ve hopefully had good return on that initial investment by then, or possibly purchased the device second hand and if so, enjoyed a lower entry to market.
When we discuss replacing a 3D printer with clients there’s often a compelling gain to upgrade regardless of parts being EOL. As with most technical devices these day, you’d assume newer functionality, better results and faster processing times. Well 3D printing is no different, you can expect to have connected devices, powered by Stratasys latest GrabCAD software and utilising the widest range of material options.
There could be value in your old printer too!
Contact us to enquire what your printer may be worth in part-exchange. Partnered with Stratasys, we often run promotions where you can trade-in your old 3D printer and help lower the reinvestment cost of replacement. Notwithstanding Tri-Tech 3D offering flexible lease packages too, these can be tailored to suit your needs and budget, and help spread that cost.
If you’d like more information on when your Stratasys printer may become end of life, or what your options are if it has already, then don’t hesitate to contact the team on: email@example.com or give us a call on 01782 814551