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XYZ unveils latest Objet range

28-06-2011
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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
www.xyzinnovation.com.au

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