Stratasys Ltd., the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, has recently unveiled the enhanced Objet Connex3, with the goal of helping the additive manufacturing industry bridge the technology adoption chasm by making the power of multi-colour and multi-material 3D printing more accessible to all. Streamlining typically cumbersome processes and reversing high price-performance ratios, the Objet Connex3 contributes to the accelerated adoption of 3D printing with a simplified design-to-3D print workflow, greater ease of use, expanded colour spectrum and better value.
The Objet Connex3 is now fortified with Adobe colour management and connectivity, and offers a more complete colour experience and a direct design-to-3D print workflow. It now includes two new materials. Vero PureWhite is a rigid, opaque white, producing 20 percent more brightness and UV resistance than the current VeroWhite. And, VeroCyan has been improved with a brighter, more vibrant appearance – making it ideal as a standalone material, and also for digital materials comprised of multiple materials jetted together to form new materials – also unique to the Connex3 offering. The Objet Connex3 series includes the Objet260 Connex3, Objet350 Connex3, and Objet500 Connex3.