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3D Systems Launches 10 New ProJet 3500 3D Printers

| 3D Printers, 3D Systems | February 6, 2013

3D Systems Projet 3500 3D Printers

The 3D Systems Projet 3500 series of 3D printers consists of 10 models

3D Systems have launched ten new ProJet 3500 professional 3D printers that provide increased definition, improved print speed and higher resolution. This results in the ProJet 3500 3D printers delivering smoother surface quality and well defined and finer detail. The 10 new 3D Systems ProJet models that are immediately available include the ProJet 3510 SD, ProJet 3510 HD & HDPlus, ProJet 3500 HDMax, ProJet 3510 CP, ProJet 3510 CPX & CPXPlus and the ProJet 3500 CPXMax.

The ProJet 3500 range are equipped with 3D Systems latest remote tablet controls and smartphone connectivity designed to increase productivity and ease of use in an office friendly environment. 3D Systems has designed the new ProJet 3500 3D printers for the production of functional plastic parts and investment casting wax patterns in professional design and manufacturing environments.

“With the addition of these new printers we’ve expanded our best-ever capabilities across a new ProJet 3500 family of ten printers,” said Buddy Byrum, Vice President of Product & Channel Management for 3D Systems. “These new printers produce feature detail and quality that is unrivaled, and deliver unparalleled user experience including on-the-go access through our innovative and exclusive Print3D App for tablet computers and smartphones.”

The new 3500 series utilizes 3D Systems’ latest technological developments including ProJet HD MAX and CPX MAX and their patented Multi-Jet Modeling (MJM) print technology. All ProJet 3500 3D printers are compatible with VisJet print materials, including durable plastics, cast-friendly wax and special materials for jewelry and medical devices.

Check out this promotional video for the new 3D Systems ProJet 3500 3D printers.

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