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Engineering printers from ExOne, Stratasys, and Xact Metal
ExOne Innovent+ 3D printer is designed to produce functional parts in a variety of materials including Metals, Ceramics, and Composites
ExOne Metal Designlab
ExOne Metal Designlab is a Bound Deposition Modeling Technology office friendly 3D Printer for creating Metal or Ceramic Parts
A workhorse 3D printer for engineers that require demanding flexibility to print larger-sized or many parts in an array of engineering-grade materials with high speed and unfailing throughput.
MakerBot METHOD Carbon Fiber
MakerBot METHOD Carbon Fiber Edition 3D Printer allows you to print strong, heat-resistant metal replacement parts out of carbon fiber reinforced nylon.
MakerBot METHOD X
The MakerBot METHOD X is an innovative 3D printing platform powered by Stratasys. Featuring production-grade real ABS, a 100°C chamber for less warping, and SR-30 soluble support material for building complex parts.
The Stratasys F123 series combines powerful FDM technology with design to print GrabCAD software for the most versatile and intelligent solution available
Engineering 3D Printer Benefits
Our Engineering 3D printers make it simple for creating prototypes and end-use parts
Proof of Concept
Engineering 3D Printers create models and prototype parts directly from digital data, quickly, easily
and locally, for concept verification, design validation and functional testing. That’s a game-changing advantage in a competitive market where the winner is often decided by who gets to market first.
It antiquates traditional methods of prototyping that rely on expensive and time-consuming modeling machining or injection molding.
Create the perfect tool for the job, even if it's hollow, contoured, customized or otherwise too complex for traditional tool-production processes like CNC machining.
Consolidate several components to reduce tool complexity, integrated features such as fastener, RFID, pockets, text and labeling can be included. Design for ergonomics or maximum functionality rather than manufacturability.
Go Beyond Prototyping
Using an Engineering 3D Printer you can build functional injection, blow or silicone mold in-house, quickly and easily at a fraction of the cost of a steel or aluminum mold.
These precision prototypes give engineers and manufacturers the ability to create realistic, finished-product examples that can then be used to gather true-to-life, performance data.
3D Printer Services
3D Printing Productivity and maintenance with Javelin services
With our 3D Printer Subscription Service, you have access to extensive help from our 3D Printing experts. Which will enhance your hardware investment and guide you through development challenges.
- Live Technical Support from our certified support team.
- Onsite Support to solve your technical issue right on your machine.
- Regular Communication of 3D printer software updates and technical tips and tricks.
Maintenance & Materials
When you purchase a new Stratasys 3D printer from Javelin, our service contracts give you predictable maintenance costs and simplified purchasing cycles for spare parts, service and consumables/material.
- Annual onsite service of your machine
- Get replacement 3D printer materials and parts directly from us
Exclusive pricing for Education
Contact us to learn more about educational pricing and maintenance contracts for educational institutions.
3D Printer Training
Our 3D Printing Essentials course will show you how to optimize and 3D Print your 3D models more cost effectively to become an Additive Manufacturing expert:
- Learn how to print Your 3D designs with confidence
- Understand 3D printing technology and material usage
- Reduce your 3D printing time and costs
Are you interested in Engineering 3D Printers?
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