3-D printers

  • 25-Mar-2011 09:46 EDT
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To make 3-D printing more widely available, Z Corp. offers the ZPrinter 150 and multicolor 250. Both printers offer a small footprint, are quiet and easy to use, and can build 3-D models with greater resolution than average 3-D printers. ZPrinters print up to 10 times faster than other 3-D printing technologies, with the ability to print multiple, stacked models simultaneously. The 250 can concurrently print in multiple colors to better evaluate the design and improve 3-D models with graphics, logos, text, and comments. Other printer features include 300 x 450 dpi resolution, 0.016-in (0.4-mm) feature size, and 0.8-in/h (20-mm/h) vertical build speed. The 150 and 250 also offer automatic setup and power loading as well as self-monitoring of materials and print status.

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