Mar.12, 2013

Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS), a leading 3D printers manufacturer today announced the launch of the Objet30 OrthoDesk 3D Printer, the first desktop size 3D printer specially designed for smaller orthodontic labs and clinics.

Digital orthodontics has many business advantages such as the ability to shorten delivery times, increase production capacity and eliminate bulky model storage. With the new Objet30 orthodontists in small labs and clinics could fabricate orthodontic models on desktop and digitize the entire workflow. Models can now be stored digitally, so bulky physical models no longer need to be saved.

The Objet30 OrthoDesk has tray Size of (X×Y×Z) 300 x 200 x 100 mm (11.81 x 7.87 x 3.94 inches) and comes with specialized dental printing materials in sealed cartridges. Stone models, orthodontic appliances, delivery and positioning trays, clear aligners, retainers and surgical guides can all be produced faster and more accurately than before. The printer is based on patented PolyJet 3D Printing technology and can jets ultrafine layers of material for smooth, accurate models. As many as 20 models can be created with every print run.


Tray Size: 300 x 200 x 100 mm (11.81 x 7.87 x 3.94 in)

Layer Thickness (Z-axis): Horizontal build layers down to 28 µm (0.0011 in)

Build Resolution: X-axis: 600 dpi, Y-axis: 600 dpi, Z-axis: 900 dpi

Material Cartridges: Sealed 4x1 kg (2.2 Ibs) cartridges

Power Requirements: Single Phase: 100-120V~; 50-60Hz; 7A | 200-240V~; 50-60Hz; 3.5A

Machine Dimensions: 82.5 x 62 x 59 cm (WxDxH) | (32.28 x 24.4 x 23.22 in)

Machine Weight: 93 kg (205 lbs)





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soner wrote at 5/29/2016 8:37:55 PM:

i m realy wondering why the all these compaines scared to publish their product prices? whats the problem with them? we are costumers want to spend money but the product's price and cost keep in secretly... these kind of companies dosent care what we think? no responsbility no trust no respect? in these conditions nobody interesting this fake companies and their market games! they cutting their legs...

Bill Topp wrote at 3/12/2016 2:10:03 AM:

nobody will give even a ballpark estimate for what this thing costs. that's pretty suspicious, sky high "list price" and ubiquitous individual fabulous deep discounts. not pretty nor professional

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