3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) announced Monday that it will showcase its 3D printing technologies product line for 2014 at the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG), which is scheduled for April 6–10, 2014, in Tucson, Arizona. The company will feature its 3DPRINTING 2.0, which is known for its “exponential 3D printing speed, size and capacity,” and improved performance materials and scan-to-design and inspection tools. 3D Systems will also detail on how the technologies will be of help to the users.
3D Systems CMO Cathy Lewis said, “the range of materials, speed, capacity and volume at the heart of our 3DPRINTING 2.0 offering brings new levels of performance and possibilities to additive manufacturing.”
New technologies from 3D Systems to lower cost, enhance productivity
The new technologies from 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) helps in lowering the cost, increasing the productivity and quality across “the manufacturer’s floor and engineer’s desktop,” claims the company. At the AMUG, the company will demonstrate the key components of 3DPRINTING 2.0 including wide-format SLA 3D printing, 3D part inspection software and output on numerous materials like direct metal, full-color plastic, multi-material and production grade SLS.
Also at AMUG, 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) will showcase its advanced industrial-grade metal printing known as the ProXTM Direct Metal Sintering (DMS). According to the company, ProX DMS is the “latest evolution in metal printing” as the technology is specifically designed for extreme floor conditions. This technology delivers high-density printing on numerous metals including steel, titanium alloys and aluminum. The company has already initiated the shipment process for the ProX series.
Many recently announced technologies on display
Attendees at the AMUG will also be able to experience the recently released ProXTM 950 wide-format SLA 3D printer. Claimed to be the “largest-format, highest-speed, greatest accuracy and greenest 3D printer available” these days, the ProX 950 comes with the latest PolyRay™ print head technology from 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD), which is capable of delivering real parts 10 times faster than any other 3D printer. The latest technology is qualified to work on “proven high-performance engineered materials,” which are commonly used for creating aerospace, medical, and industrial equipment.
Apart from these, in the high-volume functional parts manufacturing segment, the company will showcase the ProXTM 500 SLS. In the full-color plastic and multi-materials arena, 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) will display its ProJet® 4500 3D printer, as well as its ProJet® 5500X. For the integrated scan-to-design and inspection tools and print drivers, the company will demonstrate Geomagic® Capture ®, Geomagic Verify TM and Geomagic Control TM.