Included in the Stratasys 3D Printing Starter Pack
The Stratasys 3D Printing Starter Pack has everything you need to start creating rapid prototypes of your 3D models, including:
Stratasys Objet24 Desktop 3D Printer
Create the unique combination of high-quality, finely detailed printed prototypes with a compact office-friendly system. Printing smooth surfaces, complex geometries, small moving elements, fine details, and stand-out text will create the true-to-life parts you need when prototyping your design
Start-up kit contains the accessories (cables, software, tools, spare parts, etc.) needed to set up the system, produce models, and perform maintenance tasks.
Waterjet Unit for Support Removal
The WaterJet comprises of a self-contained cleaning unit and a small, separate pump unit. The pump unit can be installed wherever convenient – in the office or in a separate area, such as a storage room.
4Kg of Model Material
Combining dimensional stability and high-detail visualization, the Objet material is designed for standard plastics simulation and model creations that closely resemble the 'look' of the end product.
On-Site Installation and Training - Plus 1 Year Support (phone & email)
Javelin Stratasys Objet Technical Team is there to help you every step of the way, and you are safe in the knowledge that support is just a phone call away.
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Our 3D Printing Starter Pack includes:
- A Stratasys Design Series Objet24 Desktop 3D Printer.
- Start-Up Kit (cables, software, tools, etc.).
- On-Site Installation and Training.
- Waterjet Unit for Support Removal.
- 4Kg of Material.
- 1 Year Support (phone & email).
* Lease rates are O.A.C. and are based on a 36 month term with $10 residual.
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The fact that we were able to print multiple iterations quickly enabled the designers to experiment more and still make all their deadlines
Mike Zeigle, Manager of Trek Bikes Prototype Development Group