10/20/2014

Large-Format System Prints Parts Faster

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D Systems’ ProX 950 stereolithography printer is equipped with its PolyRay print head technology, designed to manufacture parts as much as 10 times faster than other 3D printers.

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D Systems’ ProX 950 stereolithography printer is equipped with its PolyRay print head technology, designed to manufacture parts as much as 10 times faster than other 3D printers. Those parts can range in size from extremely small to large without compromising feature details or true-to-CAD accuracy, the company says. The large-format, “fab-grade” printer also is said to offer high total material usage for reduced part cost over competitive alternatives.

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