3D printer company Objet consistently puts out terrific videos, and they’ve really one-upped themselves with their latest, which they’ve named “Enabling Dreams to Reality.”
Objet 3D printers now can print any of up to 107 materials, and they can print up to 14 different materials in one model.
3D printer company Objet donated 70 incredibly beautiful art pieces to non-profit organizations who work with at-risk youth. Enjoy the video of the models and their making.
Check out this multi-material, 16 micron puzzle piece created by an Objet Connex 3D printer, as part of a complete puzzle for the RAPID show in Atlanta.
Objet has just announced their new 3D printer, the Objet30 Pro professional 3D printer. It’s priced at the desktop level, yet packs some powerful specifications.
The Objet 3D printed model of Fenway Park is taken on a tour around Boston. It’s all captured in a video that shows the 3D printing process as well.
It seems that Objet may have a sort-of secret multi-color 3D printer they’d had hidden from us. And it might even be announced tomorrow, through Stratasys.
Hobbyists of very near future are going to have a much easier time at making model planes, as 3D printer maker Objet’s materials engineer Shai Hirsh demonstrates.
A 3D printed model of Fenway Park has been created by the Boston office of Objet. It’s a 105 pound, exact replica, built in 40 interlocking pieces.