The Objet350 Connex3 from Stratasys is powered by Polyjet printing, offering smooth surfaces and precision to produce realistic looking parts. Connex3 3D Printers are unique in having the ability to combine up to 46 vivid colours with multiple materials, boasting the biggest choice of materials yet! The Connex3 creates parts with expert precision and first class versatility, allowing parts containing 3D printing materials with multiple properties, to be built. This means that assembly does not have to be carried out. The Objet350 Connex3 provides designers with the perfect tool to create professional and realistic-looking models, all in one build. With 10 different colour palettes – including translucent and opaque options – plus a material mixture of up to three base resins, it is possible to build rigid, rubber-like and clear parts, into a single mode or a mixed tray of smaller parts.
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The Objet350 Connex3 has a build size of 342 x 342 x 200mm. Like all Stratasys 3D Printers, the Objet350 is based on the triple-jetting platform, and has a workflow as smooth as the parts it builds. The Connex3 combines a larger materials cabinet containing 8 cartridges, offering greater unattended running time with fewer material changeovers. It also has hot-swapping capability, allowing users to replace empty cartridges, while a second cartridge of the same material is still in use.
With 1000+ 3 material composite material mixes, a huge variety of characteristics can be achieved, from surface finish to shore hardness to be replicated. For the first time, you can create vibrantly coloured, flexible rubber like prototypes or mimic a sleek polished finish without the need to make a choice between form and function.
342 × 342 × 200mm
1400 x 1260 x 1100mm, 430 kg
HIGH SPEED BUILD
Temperature 18 C-25 C
Windows 7 32/64-bit
Sealed four 3.6 Kg
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Printing 3D models using multiple materials has enabled Adidas to get products evaluated and accepted in several days rather than 4-6 weeks. The demand for prototypes means their machines are running 24 hours a day.