Objet Eden260V

Valoración de los usuarios
Fotopolímero, Exclusivo de la marca
Tamaño máximo de impresión:
25x252x200 mm
Espesor de capa:
16 microns
Tipos de archivo:
S.O. compatibles:
Windows XP, 2000
Formato de entrega:
410,00 kg
Tamaño de la impresora:
870x735x1200 mm
Alimentación y consumo:
110–240 VAC 50/60 Hz 1.5 KW single phase
País de fabricación:
Estados Unidos

Create High-Quality Prototypes in a Compact System Objet Eden260V is the ultimate entry point into the world of mid-sized, high-quality precision prototyping. It empowers you to print in 17 materials, including specialized materials for dental and medical applications. Its small footprint makes it ideal for the office.

The Objet Eden260V offers unprecedented return on investment for a wide range of professional rapid prototyping applications. With a choice of 17 materials, the Objet Eden260V prints ultrafine 16 micron layers for exceptional detail, complex geometries and very thin walls.

The 260 x 260 x 200 mm (10.24 × 10.24 × 7.9 in.) tray size and quiet, clean process make the Objet Eden260V ideal for the office environment.

The Objet Eden260V is upgradable to Objet Connex platform.

Build Resolution: X-axis: 600 dpi Y-axis: 600 dpi Z-axis: 1600 dpi

Jetting Heads: SHR (Single Head Replacement), 8 units

Based on PolyJet technology, the Objet Eden260V offers a wide variety of materials including:

Transparent material (RGD720) for standard plastics simulation requiring dimensional stability and smooth surfaces
Transparent material (VeroClear) for fit and form testing of detailed transparent parts and simulation of transparent thermoplastics such as PMMA
Family of Rigid Opaque materials(Vero family) in a variety of colors including white, gray, blue and black
Polypropylene-like material (DurusWhite) for polypropylene-like snap fit applications
Family of Rubber-like materials (Tango family) suitable for a range of applications requiring non-slip or soft surfaces
High temperature material for advanced functional testing, hot air and water flow, static applications and exhibition modeling