Next week Euromold takes place in Frankfurt, Germany. In what promises to be a fun filled, exciting exhibition, packed full of some of the largest, as well as some smaller companies within the 3D Printing space, a slew of new products and services are being unveiled.
For EnvisionTEC, a company with dual headquarters in Gladbeck, Germany and Dearborn, Michigan, it will certainly be a big week. The company, which has made a name for themselves within the market for professional grade digital light processing 3D printers, will be unveiling several key new products. Today we got a sneak peek at some of them.
First off will be the company’s latest hardware addition, the Xtreme 3SP printer. With a build envelope of 254 x 381 x 330 mm, and a maximum XY resolution of around 100 microns, this new printer is perfect for manufacturers looking to create molds, prototypes, and even end-use products, fast and efficiently. Like EnvisionTEC’s other 3D printers, the Xtreme 3SP will provide that smooth, high quality surface finish that the company has become known for. Also like many of EnvisionTEC’s other machines, the Xtreme 3SP will feature its own stand-alone PC to easily operate the system all within a confined area.
In addition to this new 3D printer, the company will also be unveiling and demonstrating their latest software, Perfactory® 3.0. The latest version of their Perfactory software features several major updates, including its automatic support generating feature, as well as new memory saving capabilities. According to EnvisionTEC, these latest updates will make the current interface easier to use, while providing additional features which will make any EnvisionTEC printer a bit more robust.
Finally, a whole slew of new materials will be unveiled at their exhibition booth next week. These materials include Superflex, ABS Flex, and ABS Tough. Targeted to the industrial and design markets, all three of these materials are great for prototyping as well as end-use parts. Additionally, the company will be unveiling a couple of new materials for their Perfactory line of machines. These include RC70 and RC90. While both materials are exceptional choices for silicone molding because of their high detail capabilities, RC70 is better suited for toys, precise housings and ornamental jewelry, while R90 is great for jewelry in general. Finally, the company will be unveiling their Ortho Tough 3SP material, which is compatible with their ULTRA 3SP Ortho 3D Printer, and is great for the fabrication of orthodontic models.
“We are pleased to bring our newest solutions to share at EuroMold,” stated Al Siblani, CEO of EnvisionTEC. “EnvisionTEC has been working hard to provide substantial additions to our lineup that will greatly improve our customers’ 3D printing capabilities and follow through with our value proposition of functionality and high surface quality without sacrificing speed.”
If you will be attending EuroMold next week, be sure to check out EnvisionTEC’s booth in Hall 11.0, at Stand C140. Let us know what you think about these new announcements in the EnvisionTEC forum thread on 3DPB.com.
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