Nov 15, 2016

3D Printers and materials provider EnvisionTEC today debuts the Vector Hi-Res 3SP at Formnext. The Vector Hi-Res 3SP has a large build envelope of 300 x 175 x 200 mm (11.8 x 6.9 x 7.9 in.) and offers outstanding resolution of 0.002” or 60 µm in the X and Y planes. That is nearly double the resolution of the original Vector 3SP, a popular model that launched a year ago.

The new 3D printer will be able to process a variety of proprietary materials including ABS Tough, ABS Hi-Impact, E-Glass and E-Tool, which is designed for short-run injection molding of thermoplastics. The system also includes a standalone PC with a large 56-cm (22-inch) touchscreen monitor.

Additionally, EnvisionTEC’s exclusive strategic partner, Viridis3D, will be demonstrating its Robotic Additive Manufacturing (RAM) for the first time in Europe. The RAM 123 uses a unique binder jetting head attached to a multi-axis, high-precision robot arm from ABB to print affordable and detailed sand molds and cores for the foundry industry.

The Vector Hi-Res 3SP will be on display at booth E10 in hall 3.1.

 

 

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Dave wrote at 11/17/2016 5:28:17 PM:

Yeah, I'm with g and Chris. What does affordable mean? Do you have a figure you can add to the article?

g wrote at 11/15/2016 6:34:43 PM:

"Affordable" in the headline is very subjective. What is the approximate price of this?

Chris wrote at 11/15/2016 1:01:25 PM:

What price does this unit have to be called affordable?



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