Objet Launches New Desktop 3D Printer in Japan

Objet Ltd , announced the launch of the new Objet30 Pro – the most versatile professional in-house desktop 3D printer available on the market – in Japan. The new desktop 3D printer offers 7 different materials, including, for the first time on a desktop system, clear transparent material and high temperature resistant material. Objet30 Pro is positioned as the ultimate rapid prototyping solution for designers and engineers, ranging from industries including consumer goods and consumer electronics to medical devices and design consultancies. Objet30 Pro will be showcased at DMS from Jun 20 – 22, 2012 at Tokyo Big Sight.

Objet30 Pro is the top-of-the-line addition to Objet’s existing desktop 3D printer line which starts at JPY1,980,000*, offering professional 28 micron print quality and wide ranging material versatility, opening the doors to limitless possibilities.

Mr. Eric Goguy, President & CEO of Objet Japan Co. Ltd commented, “Demand for 3D printers has been growing steadily over the years on a global level. At the same time, 3D printing applications are becoming more diverse due to the increasingly complex requirements as a result of the ever-changing market conditions. The need to shorten time-to-market has become a critical competitive advantage; thus rapid prototyping is indeed a cost-effective solution for many manufacturers. We believe that such trend will in turn heighten the demand for 3D printers such as the Objet30 Pro, one that is versatile, compact and most importantly, without compromising quality.”

Objet30 Pro, together with Objet’s full range of 3D printing systems, will be showcased at the Design Engineering & Manufacturing Solutions Expo (DMS) from Jun 20 -22, 2012 at Tokyo Big Sight, Japan (Booth No. 24-34 and 21-42 (Altech Co., Ltd., Objet’s distributor in Japan). DMS is Japan’s largest exhibition gathering various kinds of IT solutions such as CAD, CAE, ERP, production systems, attracting a significant number of professionals from design development, production engineering, and information systems departments.

For more information, visit: www.dms-tokyo.jp/en or www.objet.com/3D-Printer/Objet_Desktop_Family/#objet30

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