Stratasys , the inventor of FDM 3D printing technology, has made its entry into SLA for the first time.
In the second of two product launches from the company at this year’s Additive Manufacturing User’s Group (AMUG) Conference , the V650 Flex was unveiled in Chicago this morning. Reporting live from the conference all week, 3D Printing Industry was among the first to see the machine on initial public display. Displayed alongside the new F120 3D printer, Stratasys’ latest addition to the F123 range, the V650 Flex is a large-scale, industrial SLA machine, operating a build volume of 508 x 508 x 584 mm (W x D x H).
Inline with the Stratasys household name, the system promises the utmost reliability. Its release has also been backed by a materials partnership with Global science company, DSM. Hugo da Silva , VP of Additive Manufacturing at DSM, comments, […]
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