Desktop or Educational 3D Printers- new ProJet 1000 & 1500

Projet 1500 3d pinter 3D Systems new ProJet 1000 and ProJet 1500 3D Printer range ticks a lot of the boxes normally associated with higher end (more expensive) machines.  This new level of 3D Printers will be very popular among small design firms and the growing educational market with features such as durable parts that are tough enough for testing fit and function, and accurate enough to test snap fit applications.  Both the ProJet 1000 and ProJet 1500 offer smooth surfaced parts and excellent high resolution detail with a minimum feature size of 0.254mm and minimum vertical wall thickness of 0.64mm

For a data sheet or video of the ProJet 1000 or ProJet 1500 in action visit www.rapid3d.com.au 

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The main differences between the ProJet 1000 and ProJet 1500 is that the ProJet 1500 has a bigger build area (171mm x 228mm x 203mm), choice of 5 colours and a high speed build mode using a new material called VisiJet Zoom. The new VisiJet Zoom allows 3D printing at a quick vertical build speed of 20mm/hr over the whole bed.    This means it doesn’t matter if your part’s only 10mm X 10mm X 10mm or it’s 100mm x 100mm x 10mm its still only going to take 30 minutes to print.

 

We can see the ProJet 1500’s new speed, colour range and  small overall size (555mm x 914mm x 724mm) will be very popular in the educational markets as more and more Schools, Tafes and Universities start to adopt 3D printing in the classroom.

3d printers for educationWhat we like about the ProJet 1000 and ProJet 1500

  • Fast build speeds (ProJet 1000:12.7mm/hr and ProJet 1500:20mm/hr )
  • High Resolution for fine details (1024 x768 DPI)
  • Durable and usable parts
  • Small compact size (classroom or desktop)
  • Lower acquisition price making it affordable for small design firms and the educational sector
  • Choice of 5 colours (ProJet 1500 only)

For a data sheet or video of the ProJet 1000 or ProJet 1500 in action visit www.rapid3d.com.au 

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