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3D ink jet printer can combine up to seven different materials

SYS Systems : 22 March, 2013  (New Product)
Demonstrations of the latest Objet30 Pro desktop 3D ink jet printer capable of combining up to seven different materials into a single model including clear transparent, high temperature resistant and rigid opaque polypropylene with rigid materials in grey, black, blue and two versions of white, will be performed on SYS Systems’ (SYS) stand 13 at the Develop 3D Live exhibition at the Warwick University Arts Centre.
3D ink jet printer can combine up to seven different materials

SYS Systems (SYS) is a recent name change from OPS Ltd, having installed more than 100 3D printers in the UK and was awarded ‘European Partner-of-the-Year 2012’ by the German-based Objet printing systems. With the recent addition of Stratasys ‘additive manufacturing’ to its portfolio, SYS has increased its specialisation to provide a total envelope of 3D technology.

  • FDM can be supplied for functional prototypes and production parts
  • PolyJet for prototyping parts with high feature detailing and fine surface finishing; and
  • Solidscape Drop-on-Demand (DOD) wax jetting.

 
The Objet30 Pro has a build rate up to 112cm<3>/hr for opaque material and up to 600cm<3>/hr for transparent material, to an accuracy within 0.1mm over a working volume of 294 x 192 x 148.6 mm. This overall capability could only, until recently, be achieved on more expensive high-end 3D printers to give true-to-life representation enabling early stage fit, form and functional test.
 

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