Today, Objet Ltd. launched their newest 3D printer – the Objet30 Pro. The Objet30 Pro is based on Objet’s PolyJet Technology which jets ultra thin layers of model material at high resolution. This printer combines the accuracy and versatility of a high-end rapid prototyping machine with the small footprint of a regular desktop printer.
So why is it the ‘baddest’ printer?
Here’s why: The Objet30 Pro has the industry’s highest level print resolution and 7 different 3D printing materials. In fact, the Objet30 Pro is the world’s only desktop 3D printer capable of printing in clear transparent material, high-temperature resistant material and polypropylene-like material.
The Objet30 Pro can be seen as the ultimate prototyping solution for designers, engineers and product managers. By providing the industry’s highest levels of prototyping accuracy and material versatility, this printer ensures dramatic cuts to product development times and promises the successful delivery of concept to final product creation.
The Objet30 Pro takes its place as the new top-of-the-line addition to Objet’s existing desktop printer line which starts at $19,900. It has a compact build tray size of 300 X 200 X 150 mm.
The Layer Thickness (Z-axis):
Horizontal build layers of 28 microns (0.0011 inch)
Horizontal build layers of 16 microns for VeroClear material (0.0006 inch)
The seven model materials:
• VeroClear Transparent
• RGD525 High Temperature
• VeroWhitePlus Opaque
• VeroBlue Opaque
• VeroBlack Opaque
• VeroGray Opaque
• DurusWhite Polypropylene-like