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Stratasys PolyJet Soluble Support Material Enables Hands-Free, High Volume 3D Printing

SUP706 ideal for complex parts and multi-material dental models with delicate features now available in South Asia

Stratasys Asia Pacific, subsidiary of Stratasys Ltd. (Nasdaq: SSYS), the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, introduced a new soluble support material -- SUP706 for PolyJet triple-jetting and dental 3D printers. The new support material significantly reduces the time and manpower required to clean 3D printed models, enabling companies and dental centers or clinics to efficiently scale-up to high volume production and produce delicate, multi-material models through an automated post-processing procedure.

SUP706 automates post-processing of 3D printed parts with a simple two-step, soak-and-rinse process, giving users the ability to maximize productivity while achieving a low cost-per-part. High-production environments including service bureaus and internal prototyping shops will experience a faster and easier support material removal process.

The development of SUP706 provides a great combination of advantages for 3D printing users. Owners of PolyJet-based 3D printers can now print small, intricate features with greater reassurance, and clean several parts at once, enabling high volume 3D printing that's both cost-effective and hassle-free.

David Tulipman, Director of Product Management for PolyJet consumables at Stratasys

SUP706 is available as a software update on all Stratasys PolyJet Triple-Jetting 3D Printers ( Objet260 Connex1/2/3 Objet350/500 Connex1/2/3 and Objet260/500 Dental Selection ) and is compatible with all PolyJet and dental materials, excluding hearing aid material.

Download the image of parts printed with SUP706 soluble support material here , or contact Stratasys for more information.

For more than 25 years,  Stratasys Ltd . (NASDAQ: SSYS) has been a defining force and dominant player in 3D printing and additive manufacturing -- shaping the way things are made. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Rehovot, Israel , the company empowers customers across a broad range of vertical markets by enabling new paradigms for design and manufacturing. The company's solutions provide customers with unmatched design freedom and manufacturing flexibility -- reducing time-to-market and lowering development costs, while improving designs and communications. Stratasys subsidiaries include MakerBot and Solidscape, and the Stratasys ecosystem includes 3D printers for prototyping and production; a wide range of 3D printing materials; parts on-demand via Stratasys Direct Manufacturing; strategic consulting and professional services; and the Thingiverse and GrabCAD communities with over 2 million 3D printable files for free designs.  With more than 2,700 employees and 800 granted or pending additive manufacturing patents, Stratasys has received more than 30 technology and leadership awards. Visit us online at: www.stratasys.com or http://blog.stratasys.com/ , and follow us on LinkedIn .

Stratasys and Objet are registered trademarks, and PolyJet, Connex, SUP706 and Dental Selection are trademarks of Stratasys Ltd. and/or its subsidiaries or affiliates. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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