Stratasys FDM Printers

Stratasys FDM Printers Information

The Mojos, Elites, and Fortus are our commercial-grade 3D printers. Each uses a dual print head to print durable model material and soluble support material, and single-use build trays for reliable prints.
  • MakerSpace Orientation and Advanced 3D Printer Training are required to use these printers.
  • Reservations cannot exceed 2 days per week. If you need to use a printer for more than 2 days please reach out the the MakerSpace, exceptions will be granted on a case by case basis.
  • In accordance with NYU guidelines, users may not use the machines in the Makerspace to create weapons or drug/smoking paraphernalia of any kind.
  • Continued misuse of the machines may result in revoked access to the MakerSpace.
  • Prints will NOT be kept longer than 4 weeks.
  • Netfabb - Available to check STL files for errors
  • Mojo - PrintWizard & Mojo Control Panel
  • Elite - GrabCAD
  • Fortus - GrabCAD
(Available on MakerSpace computers)
  • Build Volume
    • 12.7 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm
    • (5 x 5 x 5 in)
  • Layer Height (print resolution in Z-axis)
    • 0.178 mm
    • (.007 in)
  • Build Volume
    • 203 x 203 x 305 mm
    • (8 x 8 x 12 in)
  • Layer Height (print resolution in Z-axis)
    • 0.178 mm or .254 mm
    • (0.007 in or 0.010 in)
  • Build Volume
    • 254 x 254 x 305 mm
    • (10 x 10 x 12 in)
  • Layer Height (print resolution in Z-axis)
    • 0.178 mm or .254 mm or 0.330 mm
    • (0.007 in or 0.010 in or 0.013 in)
Print Materials
  • ABSplus P430 (All)
  • Soluble Support SR-30 (Mojo/Fortus)
  • Soluble Support P400-SR (Elite)
Material Pricing  The following rates are at cost. NYU Students, Faculty, and Staff will receive 50% off these rates.
Machine Elite/Fortus Mojo
Tray  $5.20 $3.00
Model $2.32/in³ $2.50/in³
Support $4.46/in³ $4.99/in³

A print is in progress in one of the advanced 3D printers.


CAD model of the musical jewelry box in Fusion 360. The box is in the shape of a rectangular prism.

Mini Grant Winner: Musical Jewelry Box

By Anita Mohan

MIDI guitar being worked on in the MakerSpace. The guitar is made out of laser cut wood.

Mini Grant Winner: MIDI Guitar

By Anita Mohan

How to Make a Skateboard from Scratch

By Abygale Sasha Pereira