Stratasys Enhances Objet Connex3 3D System

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Stratasys Ltd has enhanced the Objet Connex3 3D Printer, with the goal of helping the additive manufacturing industry bridge the technology adoption chasm by making the power of multi-colour and multi-material 3D printing more accessible to all.

Streamlining typically cumbersome processes and reversing high price-performance ratios, the Objet Connex3 contributes to the accelerated adoption of 3D printing with a simplified design-to-3D print workflow, greater ease of use, expanded colour spectrum and better value.

Now fortified with Adobe colour management and connectivity, the Objet Connex3 offers a more complete colour experience and a direct design-to-3D print workflow. Additionally, it fuses multiple systems into one unified multi-colour, multi-material offering, reducing capital investments and disparate processes to fuel broad-based adoption.

The Objet Connex3 empowers everyone from designers to manufacturers to easily build highly intricate parts smoothly, with the same appearance, form and function as parts produced with conventional manufacturing. Dynamic colour management and accurate preview, a wide range of advanced materials and a seamless design-to-3D print process cuts development times, reduces capital outlays and stimulates new innovation.

Customers can rapidly evaluate and swiftly re-design 3D models to accommodate time sensitive deadlines. The power to combine materials, textures, and colours in one single part means production environments are no longer hindered by conventional manufacturing restrictions. Upfront investments in various systems and space are also minimised,  as are post-production capital outlays associated with painting, sanding, machining or over-molding. An open and extensible platform, the Objet Connex3 is designed to quickly accommodate ongoing functionality updates to bolster current investments.

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