May 7, 2014

Solidscape, a Stratasys company introduces today the Solidscape MAX², a high-precision 3D printer for manufacturing wax patterns.

The MAX² 3D printer utilizes the company's proprietary printing technology, SCP (Smooth Curvature Printing) technology that delivers smooth surface finish and direct casting capabilities. It features high-precision printing and user-friendly touch screen and software. Your files, job start-up and job status can be managed and viewed remotely from PC. The MAX² 3D printer is the fastest 3D printer in the company's 3Z Series 3D wax printer.

The plug-&-print, fully automated MAX² 3D printer is designed for the jewelry industry in particular. "The surface finish quality of the wax patterns made by the MAX² is the best ever produced by any Solidscape printer." said President and General Manager Fabio Esposito.

"And that precision is now matched by substantially increased performance that can cut the production time for jewelers in half. The Solidscape MAX² gives our customers a product choice that meets their needs for high precision, high performance and a high return on their investment."

Specs:

  • Build Envelope: 6" X 6" X 4" (152.4 X 152.4 X 101.6 mm)
  • Resolution: 5000 X 5000 dots/inch (197 X 197 dots/mm) in X, Y 8000 dots/inch (315 dots/mm) in Z
  • Accuracy: ± 0.0010 inch/inch (±25.4μ/25.4mm) along each axis X, Y and Z
  • Layer Thickness: User selectable through variable slider 0.001in ↔ 0.002in (25.4μm ↔ 50.8μm) in ¼ mil (6.3μm) steps
  • Surface Finish: Layer thickness dependant, up to 32 micro-inches (RMS)

The MAX² is priced at $55,650.00 USD and is aimed at the high-precision investment casting market.


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Romanoff wrote at 5/8/2014 4:54:03 PM:

It is faster indeed! we ran it again pro and max and the run time is was faster



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