By Cabe Atwell – Stratasys is known worldwide as being at the forefront of the 3D printing world, with a host of printers ranging from desktop models to high-end industrial boxes designed for corporate use. The company is once again in the spotlight with the recent unveiling of its new Objet500 Connex3 multi-material 3D printer.
The company says the printer is capable of churning out projects not only using different materials but in a multitude of colors, as well. The 3D printer features triple-jetting technology that allows users to combine droplets of three base materials to create objects that can be made with multiple levels of rigidity, flexibility, and transparency in an unlimited combination of colors and shades. This eliminates the need to print different parts made of different materials that then need assembly, which saves an incredible amount of time when rapid prototyping is needed. more> http://tinyurl.com/nbld5s7