3D Systems Corporation

ProJet 3D Printer Series

3D Systems Corporation has announced the immediate availability of its next generation ProJet 3500 professional series 3D printers in eight configurations with nine new performance tailored VisiJet print materials that deliver greater ease of use with enhanced high definition printability and performance for functional prototyping and investment casting patterns for healthcare, automotive and aerospace manufacturing applications.

ProJet 3500 printers incorporate 3D Systems’ latest patented Multi-Jet Modeling (MJM) print technology, including its production-grade printhead, advanced material management and intuitive touchscreen interface, to produce high definition functional plastic parts and wax patterns with unmatched performance, detail and surface quality. The extended range of new VisiJet print materials available for the ProJet 3500 cover the widest array of customer applications including high-impact, durable plastic for functional testing, cast-friendly wax for rapid-foundry production, and specialized materials for the digital production of jewelry, dental prosthesis, dental models and medical implants. ProJet 3500 is the only printer on the market that comes with a five-year printhead warranty that saves thousands of dollars in annual customer operation costs compared to other alternatives.

“We have listened to our customers and advanced our ProJet technology to professional-grade performance and ease-of-use,” said Buddy Byrum, Vice President of Product & Channel Management for 3D Systems. “We are excited to bring next-generation 3D printers that deliver greater productivity, enhanced performance and production-floor-readiness for the benefit of our growing installed base globally.”

3D Systems’ new ProJet 3500 series, together with its expanded range of other affordable ProJet printers, ZPrinters and BfB printers are sold and serviced through its global network of Authorized Reseller Partners.

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