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3D Systems ProJet 7000 at EuroMold 2012

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Genuine SLA(R) Part Performance With 3D Printer Utility

ROCK HILL, S.C., - 3D Systems announced today the immediate availability in Europe of its new ProJet(R) 7000 production 3D printer, extending the benefits of its 'crossover' technology further. The ProJet 7000 combines push button simplicity with SLA(R) printability to deliver the highest quality, most accurate parts and patterns available. Its large build volume of 15x15x10 inches (380x380x250 mm) and lightning-fast build speed provides up to 4 times the production capacity of other printers in its class. The ProJet 7000 is on display, at EuroMold 2012, November 27 -- 30, 2012 at the Messe Frankfurt, Germany, in Hall 11 booth D48.

The ProJet 7000 production printer comes in three models: the SD for affordable high definition parts, the HD for ultra-high definition precision part manufacturing and the MP for dental and medical manufacturing applications. The ProJet 7000 prints the finest feature details resulting in the most accurate prototypes, parts and master patterns for urethane and investment casting applications. This large capacity printer comes with a wide range of VisiJet(R) functional materials including tough, flexible, black, clear, jewelry, e-stone and high temperature materials, ensuring users can switch seamlessly to just the right print material for any application.

"The powerful combination of push button simplicity and SLA printability makes the ProJet 7000 value very compelling to our professional and production users," stated Buddy Byrum, Vice President Product & Channel Management for 3D Systems.

"Customers asked us for larger and more part printing capacity and our ProJet7000 delivers. Its expanded print format delivers both larger models and more parts in a single print for enhanced overall productivity."

Learn more about ProJet 7000 3D printers at 3Dsystems.com.


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