The Design Series Precision Printers include Objet machines that set the industry standard for final product realism. Objet systems feature unparalleled speed as well as multi-material 3D printing, and systems from the Objet Connex family give you the capability to print multiple materials simultaneously and the widest range of material properties on the market.
Thin is in! The Objet24 not only puts the power of prototyping right on your desktop, it prints in layers thinner than a human hair for the ultimate in desktop accuracy.
With a larger tray size than the Objet24 and the ability to print up to five different materials this is a powerful desktop 3D printer.
The Objet30 Prime gives you the luxury of choice straight from your desktop, offering twelve material options including rubber, high-temperature and bio-compatible, in an office-friendly footprint.
The Objet30 Scholar is a professional 3D printing solution enabling students and teachers to prototype ideas quickly and create exceptionally detailed 3D printed models or prototypes. The Scholar package offers a superior quality 3D Printer with industry-leading resolution while reducing both storage requirements and day-to-day operational costs.
When you’re ready to move to mid-sized, high-quality precision prototyping, this is the right solution for you. Print in 17 materials, including specialized materials for dental and medical applications, and with ultra-thin layers. All with a small footprint that fits easily in any office.
The Objet260 Connex1 is a compact, attractively priced edition of Objet’s pioneering line of multi-material 3D printers. It enables designers and engineers to rapidly build prototypes to match their intended end-product like no other technology currently available.
The compact Objet260 Connex2 multi-material 3D Printer combines all the benefits of the Objet260 Connex1 with the power of two-component Digital Materials, allowing you to print up to 120 different materials.
About Design Series Precision Printers
Objet® 3D Printers employ patented PolyJet® technology, which works by jetting state-of-the-art photopolymer materials in ultra-thin layers onto a build tray — layer by layer — until the prototype is completed.
The intuitive Objet Studio™ software manages the process. And, with the multi-material jetting process found in the Objet Connex machines, you can combine different material properties in the same prototype, in a single print – creating the most realistic 3D models possible.
How it Works
With Design Series Precision Printers, 3D printing is as easy as 1-2-3.
1 Prepare the 3D CAD file
Create your 3D prototype in 3D CAD software, then open Objet Studio™ or CatalystEX™ software, upload the STL file and click “print.” Objet Studio or CatalystEX software converts your STL output into 3D model print paths — including support structures.
2 Print your prototype
Both the PolyJet and FDM technologies make it possible to build your 3D prototype and its support material — layer by layer — from the bottom up on a removable modeling base.
3 Remove supports
Take your printed prototype model out of the printer’s build chamber and remove the breakaway support structures or dissolve with tap water-based solution.
Why choose Design Series Precision Printers?
Good ideas sell easier.
Stratasys Design Series 3D Printers improve communication and collaboration because they produce amazingly accurate models of your ideas that you can share with your team and your clients for a faster, more confident buy-in.
Specialized in using a variety of materials.
The materials you can print with the Stratasys Design Series range from one to more than 100 materials, including specialized materials for dental and medical applications. Objet 3D Printers even let you print rigid, flexible and soft-touch materials simultaneously in the same part!
Keep valuable resources in-house.
You’ll be amazed when you see how you can produce final product realism in-house. Stratasys Design Series 3D Printers offer not only unparalleled speed, they make it easy for you to print with the widest range of material properties.