Figure 4 Standalone


Versatile and affordable for low-volume production and fast prototyping. Quality and accuracy with industrial-grade durability, service and support.


Diverse production applications and functional prototyping with the same printer. Quick and easy material changeovers. Features a manual material feed, and can be enhanced with separate post-processing units available for cleaning, drying and curing.


Figure 4 Standalone delivers industrial-grade durability price in a compact and easy-to-use design, at an affordable and low total cost of operations.

Fast Turnaround

Figure 4 Standalone offers quality, accuracy and Six Sigma repeatability (Cpk > 2) with industrial-grade durability, service and support. Figure 4 Standalone was designed to achieve same-day functional prototyping and low volume production for ease-of-use and ultra-high speeds.

Production-Grade Materials

The Figure 4 Standalone materials are specifically developed for the production of end-use parts and for fast prototyping applications.

  • Replacement of traditional molding and cast urethane processes
  • Rapid functional prototyping and fast concept models
  • Optimized for investment casting patterns for jewelry
  • Clean and easy burnout with gypsum investments
  • Amazing surface quality for jewelry applications
  • Grommets, seals, hoses, weather sealing, soft touch robotics, keypads, spacers, vibration dampening component parts
  • Non-contact membrane Digital Light Printing (DLP) technology
  • Printable Build Volume (W x D x H): 124.8 x 70.2 x 196 mm (4.9 x 2.8 x 7.7 in)
  • Industry-leading 3D Sprint software for file preparation and production
  • Cloud connectivity for predictive and prompt service with 3D Connect capability.
  • Production-grade materials
  • Compact printer footprint
  • Manual material feed
  • Separate manual post-curing unit required
  • Affordable initial investment
  • High throughput vs. competitive 3D printing technologies
  • Industrial-grade durability
  • Print and use same day
  • Low total cost of operations
  • Application flexibility
  • Efficient design iteration
  • Six Sigma quality and repeatability