Desktop 3D Printer

Nov. 6, 2009
The Alaris30 desktop 3D printer provides high-quality, finely detailed printed models in a compact office-friendly system.
The Alaris30 desktop 3D printer provides high-quality, finely detailed printed models in a compact office-friendly system. It creates smooth surfaces, complex geometries, small moving elements, fine details, and stand-out text. Based on the developer's PolyJet Photopolymer Jetting Technology, the Alaris30 creates models suitable for painting, vacuum forming, and functional, fit and form testing. The machine operates as a network printer, letting multiple designers in the office send-in files to be printed. The printer uses sealed 1 kg cartridges of resins and the printed models are fully cured on the 300 x 200 x 150-mm build tray. Objet Geometries Inc., 5 Fortune Dr., Billerica, Mass. 01821, (877) 489 9449, object.com
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Leslie Gordon

Leslie serves as Senior Editor - 5 years of service. M.S. Information Architecture and Knowledge Management, Kent State University. BA English, Cleveland State University.

Work Experience: Automation Operator, TRW Inc.; Associate Editor, American Machinist. Primary editor for CAD/CAM technology.

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