XYZ unveils latest Objet range


XYZ Innovation, the distributor of Objet 3D printing equipment in Australia and NZ, presented its latest range at the recent Queensland Manufacturing Show in Brisbane.

Visitors were given a demonstration of the live printing process by the Objet24 – a new low-cost desktop 3D printer.

The Objet24 is the first office system to print true-to-life models – featuring strong materials, small moving parts, thin walls and smooth paintable surfaces.
XYZ Innovation also provided a new materials technology demonstration featuring:

  • Objet VeroWhitePlus material – a material providing high dimensional stability
  • Objet VeroClear material – true clear material with great dimensional stability
  • Objet ABS-like material – 3D Models simulating engineering plastics

“The new low-cost Objet Desktop 3D Printers provide major cost and time improvements without compromising on model detail or functionality, the smooth finishes and fine details are comparable to our high-end machines, said Daniel Thomsen, Business Manager of XYZ innovation.

Objet’s new range of low-cost desktop 3D printing solutions are ideal 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

Related news & editorials

  1. 09.03.2020
    by      In , In , In
    In May, Advanced Manufacturing Expo will be held for the first time to inspire future growth for the manufacturing industry and industrial sector. The expo’s conference and exhibition will showcase the latest advanced manufacturing production solutions and insights with dedicated solutions... Read More
  2. 23.08.2019
    by      In
    Swiss-based CNC specialist NUM has launched an innovative accelerometer-based active vibration control system for CNC machine tools. The system, primarily designed to improve machining by virtually eliminating tool head vibration, further helps increase productivity by maximising material removal... Read More
  3. 13.08.2019
    by      In
    Maintenance in the era of Industry 4.0 means a clear change of paradigm. ‘Predictive maintenance’ makes it possible to continuously monitor the status of a machine tool, which can reduce unscheduled shutdowns and the costs of failure. Instead of merely reacting to a failure or fault or carrying out... Read More
  4. 21.06.2019
    by      In
    Australian bicycle manufacturer Bastion Cycles produces high-performance road bikes that use filament-wound carbon fibre tubes and a modular design for titanium lugs. For the first three years of operation, Bastion outsourced production of the lugs to RAM3D, an additive manufacturing (AM) provider... Read More