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Objet Releases New 3D Printing Materials

By DE Editors

Objet Geometries Ltd. has announced the commercial availability of three new materials: a new ABS-like Digital Material (RGD5160-DM), a new clear transparent material (Objet VeroClear), and a new addition to the Objet Vero family, the Objet VeroWhitePlus.

With these new additions, the number of Objet 3D printing materials is brought to a total of 65, including 51 composite materials (Digital Materials), for a range of rapid prototyping purposes.

The Objet ABS-like Digital Material is a high-impact (65-80J/m or 1.22-1.50 ft. lb/in), high-temperature-resistant (65°C or 149°F and after thermal post treatment 90°C or 194°F) material for manufacturers and engineers looking to functionally simulate products made of ABS-grade engineering plastics. Objet ABS-like material (RGD5160-DM) is now available for the Objet Connex500 multi-material 3D printers. For existing customers, operating this material requires the installation of an upgrade kit to the existing Objet 3D printer.

The Objet Clear material provides clear optical and visual transparency combined with dimensional stability enabling designers to simulate PMMA in glass-like applications such as lighting cases, lenses and cosmetics containers. Objet VeroClear is now available for the Objet Connex and the Objet EdenV 3D printing systems.

The Objet VeroWhitePlus all-round general purpose material that was recently released for Objet’s desktop family 3D printers is now available for the Objet Eden professional line of 3D printers and the Objet Connex line of multi-material 3D printers. Objet VeroWhitePlus, recently launched for the Desktop family of 3D printers, is now available for the Objet Connex and the Objet Eden 3D printing systems.

For more information, visit Objet Geometries Ltd.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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