In December 2013 Stratasys, Inc. and Objet Ltd. completed the merger to form a new Stratasys. Today Objet features their first model as a combined company: a 3D printed card and pen holder. This card and pen holder is based on two puzzle pieces.
One half of the model is created using Stratasys' FDM technology in ABSi material, a functional ABS industrial thermoplastic which is strong, light and durable.
Another part is created using Objet's Inkjet multi-material jetting technology which deposits 2 photopolymer-based materials at the same time and mimics the precise look and feel of more complex end products. This part features smooth surfaces, fine details and embedded writing in a separate material.
Watch the video below:
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