Objet Lifts the Bar on 3D Printing Systems

Objet Ltd., the Israeli company soon to merge with Stratasys, launched a new desktop 3D printer that offers seven different materials, including, for the first time on a desktop system, clear transparent material and high temperature resistant material.

It raises the bar on additive manufacturing technology, which debuted in the 1980s with very large, very expensive machines that relied on photo-sensitive polymers that were not useful for functional purposes.

“Having the correct tools and resources to advance our product development is critical for our organization,” said Gregory Janice, Engineering Manager at Princeton Tec, which has been testing the machine. “The Objet30 Pro’s ability to print parts made with a clear transparent material on a desktop 3D printer combined with its ease of use and versatility made the Objet30 Pro a sound investment for our team.”

About Doug Smock

Former Chief Editor at Plastics World and Senior Technical Editor Design News
Africa/MidEast, Design

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