Massive 3D print sale


Are you looking for a 3D printing system to take your business to the next level?

SOS Components will offer the latest in 3D printing technology at a special auction sale at its Brisbane headquarters tomorrow.

The sale will feature the recent models of high end 3D printers, equipment and accessories.

SOS Components is a leader in Rapid Prototyping and Colour 3D printing methods.

Items include:

  • 3D systems Thermo Jet Wax
  • Rollers
  • A UV SLA Post Curer
  • Fisher Scientific ISOTEMP Vacuum Oven
  • SLS 2500 Selective Laser Sintering machines
  • Breakout benches
  • Powder vacuum systems
  • Clayson lab ovens with microprocessor
  • Assortment of tools and shelving

The auction will be held on site tomorrow at:

429 Neuman Road, Geebung, beginning at 10.20am

All lots can be viewed at the premises today from 10.30am-3.30pm

To view photos and descriptions visit: or Ph: 07 3391 7580

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