The Objet260 Connex3 provides designers with the perfect tool to create professional realistic-looking models in one build. With the widest range of material properties for its class – from translucent to opaque, rigid to flexible – with a material mixture of up to three base resins it is possible to build rigid, rubber-like and clear parts into a single model or a mixed tray of smaller parts.
Composites created through the mixing of 3 base materials allow a huge variety of characteristics to be replicated, from surface finish to shore hardness. For the first time the Objet260 Connex3 allows you to create vibrantly coloured, flexible rubber-like prototypes or mimic a sleek polished finish without the need to make a choice between form and function. The add-on Stratasys Creative Colours Software, powered by the Adobe 3D Colour Print engine allows improved workflow, more realistic previews and the ability to use gradient colours and texture mapping.
Its workflow is as smooth as the parts it builds; like all Stratasys 3D Printers based on the triple-jetting platform, Connex3 combines a larger materials cabinet, containing 8 cartridges, offering greater unattended running time with fewer material changeovers and hot-swapping capability, so you can replace an empty cartridge while a second cartridge of the same material is in use.
255 × 252 × 200mm
870 × 735 × 1200mm; 410 kg
HIGH SPEED BUILD:
High Speed: 30-micron
The company invested in three Stratasys 3D Printers. These systems enable them to develop their products quickly using a mixture of clear and rubber-like materials as well as rigid ABS, thus retaining their leadership in the...
Hundreds of vibrant, repeatable colours in opaque and translucent
Rubber-blends in a range of Shore A values and colours
Polypropylene-like materials with improved heat resistance