Affordable desktop 3D printers from Objet


XYZ Innovation is now offering the new affordable and simple Objet24 and Objet30 high-resolution desktop 3D printers.

The desktop range puts high-quality, true-to-life models in reach of any industrial engineer or product designer. With accurately printed prototypes, designers can better experience and share their designs, eliminate mistakes and minimize repeated print cycles. 

Models produced on the Objet24 and Objet30 are ideal for design reviews, focus groups, exhibitions and fit and function testing. 

This is the first time Objet has offered a range of high-resolution desktop 3D printers for under AUD$40,000 that deliver true-to-life printed models with exceptional ease of use and quality.
Objet systems are used by customers worldwide, including Fortune 100 companies, in multiple industries such as dental, medical, medical devices, education, consumer electronics, automotive, toys, consumer goods, and footwear industries.

XYZ Innovation is a dedicated distributor for Objet 3D Printing equipment in Australian and NZ.

“We are also pleased to introduce a greater range of materials for use in the Objet30, broadening the scope of applications,” says Daniel Thomsen, business manager of XYZ Innovation.

XYZ Innovation
Ph: 03 9815 6016

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