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Kemeera, Inc., a west-coast product development company and Objet Geometries reseller, today announced the launch of FATHOM, a new product development studio for design consulting, 3D printing, model making and rapid prototyping new products.

"We chose the name Fathom because with rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing technologies and 3D printing know-how, people can create anything fathomable," said co-principal Rich Stump "We are very unique in bringing all of this together and taking a design approach to the rapid prototyping industry, and we're excited to open a brand new facility to serve this industry's technology needs."

Today's leading manufacturing engineers and industrial designers use 3D printing to build prototypes early in the design process. The new Fathom product development studio encompasses the necessary elements to assist customers on all of their front end product development needs -- from design to prototyping to silicon molded parts and everything in between. With seven 3D printers, a model shop and finishing tools in the Fathom studio, Kemeera plans to leverage the most cutting edge techniques to help customers achieve their product development goals.

The 3,700 sq. ft. product development studio is located in a historical building in Oakland's Jack London Square. The building was built in 1901 and was a brass foundry with smoke stacks through the ceiling. It is one of the most prominent buildings in Jack London Square.

"We have completely designed the new Fathom space for product development and using cutting edged technology and the most creative staff to help our customers achieve their rapid product development goals," Stump added.

3D Printing Open House & Business Networking Reception
Happy Hour Wine and Cheese, Studio Tours, 3D Printing Demos and Entertainment

April 13, 2012  3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
315 Jefferson Street
Oakland, CA 94607

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For more information, visit: www.studiofathom.com

Kemeera, Inc., a California-headquarters product development services company and Objet Geometries reseller, today announced availability of a new high temperature 3D printing material (RGD525™). The high temperature material is capable of simulating the thermal performance of engineering plastics and provides outstanding dimensional stability for static 3D models and prototypes.

"We are very excited to offer our customers a wide spectrum of materials for simulating engineering plastics," said Kemeera co-principal Michelle Mihevc. "High temperature material will allow industrial designers and manufacturing engineers to perform genuine thermal functional testing of 3D printed parts and prototypes. The models created in this material are more resilient in diverse environmental conditions."

RGD525 has a heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 0.45MPa at 149°F out of the printer and 176°F after a short oven-based, post-thermal treatment. The High Temperature material produces 3D models and prototypes combining high thermal functionality with outstanding dimensional stability. The material's temperature resistance makes it highly beneficial for thermal testing of static parts such as hot air-flow or hot water-flow in taps and faucets. When jetted off the Objet Connex multi-material 3D printer, the High Temperature Material can be simultaneously printed with Objet's Tango family of rubber-like materials to simulate over-molded parts such as air-flow vents used in automotive, defense and household appliances.

With these new additions, the number of Objet 3D printing materials is brought to a total of 68, including 51 composite materials (Digital Materials), enabling a wide range of rapid prototyping usages, from realistic product visualization to advanced functional testing.

California-based Kemeera, Inc. is a full-service product development company offering laser scanning, reverse engineering, rapid prototyping and manufacturing solutions. Kemeera represents Objet Geometries in Northern California, Northern Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii and Alaska to deliver Objet Connex500, Connex350, Objet260 Connex, Eden500V, Eden 350/350V, Eden 260V, Eden250, Objet24 Personal 3D Printer and the Objet30 Desktop 3D Printer to the region. Connect with Kemeera on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Linkedin and YouTube.

For more information, visit: www.kemeera.com

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