Today we’re excited to unveil Stratasys’ extended range of flexible and rigid material options for the Objet500 Connex3 Color Multi-material 3D Printer. With these new color palettes, Stratasys is continuing to expand your ability to improve the look, feel and functionality of your 3D printed parts.
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Breakthrough in 3D Printed Product Reality – Flexible Colors
Stratasys is making it easy to continue to improve the look, feel and functionality of your 3D printed parts with new unique flexible and rigid color materials http://ow.ly/xNdqD.
Currently available for the Objet500 Connex3 Color Multi-material 3D Printer, these new materials create virtually unlimited combinations of flexible, rigid, and translucent-to-opaque colors in a single print run. The new color options are ideal for consumer, medical and automotive product components that offer true-to-life aesthetics. So you can produce complete products without manual assembly. And it allows functional design validation earlier in the product development cycle – improving designs, reduce tooling costs, and accelerating time-to-market.
This fun, brief video introduces you to Stratasys‘ new vibrant color flexible and rigid materials and presents some exciting applications to flex your creativity.
More information about Stratasys 3D Printers: http://ow.ly/xNdQX
To achieve true product realism in 3D printing and additive manufacturing, you’ve got to be flexible. So Stratasys is making it easy to continue to improve the look, feel and functionality of your 3D printed parts with our new flexible color materials
Available for the Objet500 Connex3 Color Multi-material 3D Printer, these six new flex palettes feature a total of 1, 2, 3… 149 vibrant color shades – spanning a wide range of Shore A values and opacities.
And to make product realism even more… real, we’re adding four new rigid gray and color palettes that expand your color choices for electronics, medical devices, automotive and more.
So how does all this help you perfect product design & manufacturing?
How about plugging into more realistic consumer electronics…
Or uncapping your creativity for the latest perfume …
Maybe you’re ready to dive right into some awesome sporting goods….
And then clear your head with housewares.
So if you’d like the flexibility to mix colors, materials, opacities and more, check out the new 3D printing color palettes from Stratasys.
It’s the next big step in final product realism and it’s here now.
(Quelle: Youtube / Stratasys)