Brought to you by the company that invented them, 3D Systems 3D printers offer solutions in plastic, full color and metal to open up new possibilities in digital manufacturing and workflows. Explore the various 3D Systems printing technologies such as Figure 4 (DLP), Stereolithography (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), MultiJet (MJP), ColorJet (CJP) and Direct Metal Printing (DMP) that can be used to produce high-quality, professional parts.
Who is3D Systems?
More than 30 years ago, 3D Systems brought the innovation of 3D printing to the manufacturing industry. 30 years later, 3D Systems provides comprehensive products and services, including 3D printers, print materials, software and on-demand manufacturing services. Each solution is powered by the expertise of the company’s application engineers who collaborate with customers to transform manufacturing environments. 3D Systems’ solutions address a variety of advanced applications for prototyping through production in markets such as aerospace, automotive, medical, dental and consumer goods.
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Push the boundaries with expert additive manufacturing solutions and consultation that make the existing better and the new possible.
ProJet MJP 2500Plus
Step up from desktop 3D printing to 24/7 usability and get more parts sooner to design better products faster. The ProJet MJP 2500 printers' industrial print head and optimized print parameters deliver up to 3 times faster print speeds than similar class printers for better efficiency and higher productivity.
ProJet MJP 5600
The ProJet MJP 5600 delivers ready-to-use parts at print speeds up to 2x faster than similar printers. This MultiJet 3D printing solution can quickly output a full build and offers a cleaning method that’s up to 4x faster than other processes thanks to automated post-processing. With a high capacity and over 50% larger build volume than other MultiJet Printing machines, you can print parts up to half a meter long—or several smaller parts—in a single build.
Figure 4 Standalone
The Figure 4 Standalone is a compact, easy-to-use 3D printer designed for high-speed prototyping and production. With a build volume of 125 x 70 x 120 mm, it is capable of producing parts with accuracy and precision at speeds up to 100 mm per hour. The printer features a user-friendly interface and can print with a range of materials, including engineering-grade plastics and elastomers, making it ideal for a wide range of applications in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and healthcare.
Figure 4 Modular
The Figure 4 Modular is a scalable, high-performance 3D printing system that is designed for production environments. The printer features a modular architecture that allows for multiple printers to be connected and synchronized, enabling the production of high volumes of parts quickly and efficiently. With a build volume of 350 x 350 x 200 mm, the Figure 4 Modular is capable of producing large, complex parts with precision and accuracy. The printer also offers a range of materials, including tough, high-performance plastics, making it an ideal solution for a variety of industrial applications.
Figure 4 Production
The Figure 4 Production is a high-speed, high-volume 3D printing system that is designed for mass production. With a build volume of 380 x 380 x 350 mm, the Figure 4 Production is capable of producing large, complex parts with accuracy and precision at speeds up to 100 mm per hour. The printer features a modular design that allows for customization and scalability, making it an ideal solution for industrial applications such as aerospace, automotive, and healthcare. The Figure 4 Production also offers a range of materials, including production-grade plastics, enabling the production of high-quality, functional parts at scale.
3D Sprint is exclusive software from 3D Systems for preparing and optimizing CAD and polygon data and managing the additive manufacturing (AM) process for 3D Systems plastic 3D printers.