3D Systems has launched a new Infinity Rinse-Away support material that promises to make 3D printing complex objects a lot easier. Engineers, designers, and artists are familiar with the difficulty of removing the support material from 3D printed objects. When 3D printing a complex object, it sometimes takes more time to remove the support material than to print the object.
3D Systems solves a major problem for users
3D Systems’ new Infinity filament completely dissolves in water. It means users can easily get rid of cutting away, sanding, and prying those unwanted support structures. The Rock Hill-based 3D printing major said the new support material is available for the Cube and CubePro desktop 3D printers. The Cube cartridges cost $49 while CubePro cartridges have been priced at $99.