Desktop 3D printer uses seven different materials

Aug. 23, 2012
The Objet30 Pro 3D printer can use seven different materials, including clear transparent and high-temperature-resistant material. The rapid-prototyping device

The Objet30 Pro 3D printer can use seven different materials, including clear transparent and high-temperature-resistant material. The rapid-prototyping device — which features a build-tray size of 300 × 200 × 150 mm — targets designers, the medical-device industry, and consumer goods and electronics. The materials include clear transparent (Objet VeroClear) for simulating PMMA/glass; high-temperature material for heatresistant, static functional testing; polypropylenelike (Objet DurusWhite) for simulating snap-fit parts; and four rigid, opaque materials for standard plastic simulation (Objet Vero Family in black, white, gray, and blue).

Objet Inc.
5 Fortune Dr.
Billerica, MA 01821
(877) 489-9449

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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