Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Objet Geometries To Exhibit Connex350 3D Printer

Objet Geometries will showcase its latest 3D printer, the Connex350, at two customer events in France in March. Illustrating the benefits of high-performance rapid-prototyping technology, the 'A vitesse grand V' events will be hosted at Le Mans 24-hour circuit (9 March) and Actua GT Driving (11 March) in Lyon. The Connex350 maintains the Connex range's ability to produce 3D models by simultaneously printing multiple materials with different mechanical and physical properties.

Widely established through the Connex500, the Polyjet Matrix Technology enables two polymers to be printed as separate entities or mixed during printing. In this way it can simulate overmoulding or create different material characteristics such as variable shore hardness materials, due to Digital Materials. The Connex350 offers these capabilities at a lower investment, through its build volume of 350 x 350 x 200mm, while delivering the same performance as its larger counterpart.

The 'A vitesse grand V' events will introduce the features of the Connex350 through product demonstrations, technical explanations and case studies from customers on their experience of the base technology. There will be opportunities to discuss prototyping challenges with the Objet technical team and engineers, as well as explore other products from the Objet range.

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