3D Systems Corporation

ProX 500 SLS 3D Printer

3D Systems announced the immediate availability of its ProX 500 SLS 3D printer that delivers superior parts with greater precision, durability and quality in a compact production-grade Selective Laser Sintering system that is easy to own and economical to use. Designed for the manufacturing floor, the ProX 500 produces ready-to-use functional parts and complete assemblies for a variety of aerospace, automotive, patient specific medical devices, fashion products and mobile device use cases.

The ProX 500 is productive, reliably delivering parts with exceptional mechanical properties at production rates that are 7 times faster than comparable technologies. The compact ProX printer was developed in tandem with the revolutionary new DuraForm ProX material to produce smoother wall surfaces and injection molding-like part quality, with resolution and edge definition that surpasses existing alternatives.

With over 80% material reusability, the integration of both the new printer and material yields the most economical material utilization available.

The ProX 500 is equipped with 3DS' latest print drivers, automated part nesting on the fly and optional, automated material handling module that streamlines production and recycling of materials for an optimal product every time.

"ProX packs in a decade of learning with our leading manufacturing users into the most advanced fab-grade SLS printer available today," said Kevin McAlea, Chief Impact Officer, 3D Systems. "With higher production throughputs, better material yields and greater parts precision, the ProX 500 is the first to deliver flexible just-in-time 'injection molding-like' parts quickly and economically."

3DS invented SLS printing and was the first to commercialize it in 1992. Today its SLS printers are the industry's benchmark for production-grade manufacturing in aerospace, automotive, patient specific medical device and a variety of electronic and fashion accessories.

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