Objet Showcases Connex Multi-material Technology at National Manufacturing Week

Objet Asia Pacific will showcase the Objet260 Connex and Objet30 at the Objective 3D Pty Ltd booth during (Noat National Manufacturing Week (NMW 2012), to be held at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park on 8-11 May 2012.

In collaboration with its partner, Objective 3D, Objet will showcase its cutting-edge Connex multi-material technology – Objet260 Connex together with its latest professional desktop 3D printer – Objet30 – at the exhibition. Objet260 Connex is a compact, attractively priced edition of Objet’s pioneering line of multi-material 3D printers, offering a choice of over 60 different build materials from which it can simultaneously build 14 different materials into a single model part, thereby providing a highly accurate idea of how complex or assembled end products would look and perform. Objet30 is the only office-friendly desktop system capable of printing high-quality, finely detailed models in a choice of 5 different materials, introducing the most advanced desktop 3D printing to design agencies, engineering companies, consultancies and service providers of every size.

Objet 3D printers use patented inkjet-based technology to jet ultra-thin layers of photopolymer materials onto the build tray where each layer is cured with UV light. The process delivers models which can be handled immediately, with exceptional accuracy and allowing any geometry, including thin walls, overhangs and even moveable parts.

NMW 2012 is the largest annual manufacturing exhibition in Australia that aims to strengthen manufacturing through technology, innovation and education, showcasing the latest products and constantly evolving technologies in the expanding manufacturing market.
    
For more information, visit: www.nationalmanufacturingweek.com.au



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