Affordable 3D printing as simple as XYZ


Just as the cost of printing in 2D has tumbled considerably in recent years, we are now seeing a similar revolution in 3D printing – thanks to software advancements and nano-technology.

In the past 10 years 3D printing technology has moved from high-end industries to the desktop market.

The introduction of Objet’s new range of desktop printers, the Objet24 and Objet30, feature the same standard of printing and accuracy as high-end printers, but at a fraction of the price.

XYZ Innovation is a dedicated distributor for Objet 3D Printing equipment.

“The new low-cost Objet Desktop 3D Printers provide major cost and time improvements without compromising on model detail or functionality, says Daniel Thomsen, Business Manager of XYZ Innovation. “The smooth finishes and fine details are comparable to our high-end machines, which are unlike other competing technologies,” he says.

The Objet30 desktop 3D printer is capable of printing a range of materials making it

suitable for a number of applications, from concept modelling, to fit and form testing, through to more advanced applications such as silicone moulding and rapid tooling.

The new desktop family is the ideal solution for designers and engineers who need to produce accurate prototypes featuring exceptional model quality and surface detail – but want to keep their in-house 3D printing within a reasonable budget.

XYZ Innovation
Ph: 03 9815 6016

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