Multi-material 3D printer
StaffAdditive Manufacturing 3D Systems
3D Systems ProJet MJP 5600 offers a max. build envelope capacity of 518 x 381 x 300 mm and uses 5 base materials with more than 100 composite combinations.
3D Systems launched the new ProJet MJP 5600, offering print speeds up to two times faster, a larger build volume, and part costs that are up to 40 percent less than competing multi-material 3D printers. The ProJet MJP 5600 also features the new 3D Sprint 2.5 software, contributing to productivity by providing improved estimates of build time and material use. The ProJet MJP 5600 features best-in-class jetting technology to deliver high-definition parts used for prototyping, functional testing and medical modeling. The system’s multi-material capabilities enable customers to digitally blend rigid and elastomeric materials at the voxel level to achieve superior mechanical properties for a wide range of applications. The system has a max. build envelope capacity of 518 x 381 x 300 mm and uses 5 base materials: rigid white, black or clear, elastomeric black or natural with more than 100 composite combinations. Coupled with 3D Sprint software, the ProJet MJP 5600 also allows customers to assign different material blends to separate shells within a single part.