The Objet30 Prime is desktop 3D printing at its most versatile. As well as the rigid, high temperature and polypropylene materials you might expect it to handle, this model can also print with bio-compatible and rubber-like photopolymers.
These new options give you the ability to print a truly impressive range of parts from non-slip shoe soles, to prototype tyres and hearing-aid buds to dentures.
The Objet30 Prime also steps-up the standard of printing resolution, achieving an accuracy of 16 microns for all prints, with the exception of rubber-like materials at 28 microns. A further feature is the ability to print in draft mode with rigid materials. This lowers the accuracy to a still very usable 36 microns, whilst reducing production time by 20%.
This system is ideal for consumer goods, consumer electronics and medical devices and combines the accuracy and versatility of a high end RP machine with a small footprint.
Utilising the proven Stratasys Polyjet Technology, the Objet30 Prime is simple and easy to operate, it is a small office-friendly system – a welcome addition to your office.
294 x 192 x 148.6mm
Machine: 82.6 × 62 × 60 cm; 106 kg
Typically under 100 mm – ±100μ; above100 mm – ±200μ or ± 0.06% of part length, whichever is greater
Four sealed 1 Kg
Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8
Ethernet TCP/IP 10/100 base T
Temperature 18 C-25 C
3D printing enables assessment of small-scale models as well as full-size parts for assessment and testing purposes prior to production.
There are 13 materials to choose from including rigid VeroGrey, VeroBlack+, VeroWhite+, VeroBlue, Draft Grey, Polypropylene-like Rigur and Durus, VeroClear, RGD720, High Temp RGD525, Flexible TangoGrey and Tangoblack and Biocompatible MED610.