Latest 3D Printing Technologies Demonstrated by Stratasys at EuroMold 2013

Stratasys will present its latest 3D printing solutions at EuroMold, the leading trade show for moldmaking and tooling, design and application development. Located on stand D90, hall 11.0, visitors can expect to see a diverse range of 3D printing technologies from Stratasys, with live demonstrations from seven professional 3D printers, from desktop to production grade.

Stratasys will also host a live digital injection molding factory using 3D printed molds to demonstrate the growth potential of this new application. Visitors will be able to see how the Objet260 Connex 3D Printer quickly turns around Digital ABS molds that can withstand the high pressures and temperatures of a micro injection molding machine.

Stratasys full product series of 3D Printers

“EuroMold is our industry’s largest European gathering of prototyping and manufacturing professionals,” says Andy Middleton, General Manager, Stratasys EMEA. “This year will again be a great opportunity to share our latest developments and is a very special show for Stratasys in particular, as it coincides with our 25th anniversary since being created by Scott Crump in 1988.”

Representing Stratasys from the Idea Series are the Mojo and uPrint SE Plus 3D Printers; exhibiting from the Design Series is the Objet30 Pro, Eden260V and Dimension, with the Objet500 Connex 3D Printer showcasing Stratasys’ unique multi-material technology. To conclude the line-up, demonstrating the direct digital manufacturing capabilities of the Production Series are the Fortus 250mc and Fortus 400mc systems.

Zehavit Reisin, Stratasys Director of Materials, will be speaking live at the Materials Forum on Wednesday 4th at 11:30-11:50 in Hall 11.0, stand C28. Attendees will be given the latest material developments from Stratasys as it continues to expand its industry-leading portfolio of photopolymer and thermoplastic materials.

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