Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:20 pm IST
Tech2 checks out the Connex350, world's only multi-material 3D printer
| by Karan Shah
Objet printers have regularly featured in the early product testing cycles of major of the Fortune 500 companies in the world. Objet supplies their printers to major companies, including Adidas, P&G and Michelin. From architecture, to consumer tech, to automation, to medicine, to footwear and even toys, there’s an ‘Objet’ in every field. To put it simply, Objet printers manufacture the prototypes for the products and goods that these companies sell. Prototype printing helps in easy identification of errors and faults.
The design team can actually feel the fit and form of the product at an extremely early stage, giving them a chance to modify and alter the product according to their needs. It also effectively reduces lead times, whilst saving on some precious time for the finished goods to reach the market.
Besides the top of the line Connex series, Objet has recently introduced its new line of more affordable 3D printers from the Desktop and the Eden family, in the Indian market. The major difference between the Connex series and these models is that the Connex series allows multiple material printing. The Desktop and Eden family are targeted towards individual designers, engineers and SMBs.
The Connex350 printer
With Objet, there’s a clear indication of the leaps and bounds by which 3D printing is evolving. With massive control over the final product to be manufactured, product development will never be the same again.
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