Objet Geometries' New Advanced Materials to be Demonstrated at SolidWorks World 2011

Objet Geometries Ltd., the innovation leader in 3D printing for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing, will showcase its latest advances in 3D printing at SolidWorks World 2011.

Objet will demo a number of upcoming new materials featuring improved mechanical and thermal properties including true transparency, high-temperature resistance and the ABS-like properties of engineering plastics.

Objet will also be presenting their new desktop family of 3D printers, the Objet24 and Objet30, designed to combine Objet's advanced build quality with an affordable price tag starting at just 19,900 for the desktop and office environment.

"The  materials that we will be demonstrating at SolidWorks World will pave the way for a host of new 3D printing applications in many more industries," said Frank Marangell, President of Objet USA. "With the addition of our new materials, customers will now benefit from an even greater range of functional and thermal characteristics to choose from, including an ABS-like material with properties now closer than ever to engineering plastics, a clear material with true transparent appearance and a high temperature material."

Marangell added, "We're equally excited about our recent announcement of the Objet24 and Objet30 line of desktop 3D printers. Companies can now get the same high-quality parts they've come to expect from our high-end 3D printers, but now at a starting price of only $19,900 for the Objet24. The Objet30 is also unique to the market in giving customers a choice of materials."

The Objet Booth (Booth 125) will also feature Objet's award winning Connex – the only 3D printing solution that prints, in a single build process, parts and assemblies made of multiple materials with different mechanical and physical properties. Objet's broad portfolio of 3D printers all create extremely durable, high-quality models featuring exceptional levels of detail and clean, smooth surfaces.

Objet Geometries new materials planned for release in 2011:

  • Objet VeroWhitePlus – providing the same great dimensional stability as Objet VeroGray, now in white.
  • Objet Clear Material – offering true transparency with great dimensional stability.
  • Objet High Temperature Material – with outstanding thermal functionality and dimensional stability.
  • Objet ABS-like Material – with functional characteristics now closer than ever to engineering plastics.

Source: http://www.objet.com/

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