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New Dimension 3D Elite Printer builds stronger, more detailed working models. $32,900.*
Now you can create stronger, more detailed working models in no time. Dimension's new ABSplus™ plastic produces durable component parts that can be snapped, screwed and put together at your desk. It's a great way to save money and time during critical design stages. For a free sample part, Click Here.
*Manufacturers' worldwide list price.
Functional Prototyping Functional prototyping is something that almost all potential users are interested in, but very few systems provide models tough enough to fulfil the requirements of actually testing components. Read More Stratasys Dives (Deeper) Into Rapid Manufacturing
Stratasys announced at this year’s Rapid 2007 show that it has “formally entered” the rapid manufacturing business with new materials and machines capable of turning out production parts. Read More Dimension 3D Printing Leader Again
Dimension 3D Printing Group accounts for more than 50 percent of 2006 3D printer sales, according to industry report. Read More
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