Z Corp.'s ZPrinter®
250 (multicolor) are easy to use out of the
box; build 3-D models with five times the resolution; and have the industry's
lowest operating cost (lowest cost per model). They print five to 10 times faster than other 3-D printing technologies, with
the ability to print multiple, stacked models simultaneously.
150/250 specifications include:
Resolution: 300 x
Size: 0.016 inch (0.4 mm)
Speed: 0.8 inch/hour (20 mm/hour)
Build Size: 9.3 x
7.3 x 5 inch (236 x 185 x 127 mm)
Both incorporate automation features first offered in the midrange ZPrinter
450, including automatic setup, automatic powder loading, and self-monitoring
of materials and print status. The ZPrinter 150 and ZPrinter 250 are available
now through Z Corp.'s worldwide reseller network. Suggested retail price in the U.S is $14,900 and $24,900 respectively.
Imagine being able to illegally download a physical product the same way you can with music and videos. That’s basically what’s happening with 3D printing and digital manufacturing, with huge repercussions in the intellectual property domain.
Ford will be the first automaker to commercially use Alcoa's tough & fast Micromill aluminum alloy process and materials, debuting on several 2016 F-150 truck components. Alcoa will also license its Micromill process and materials technology to Danieli Group.
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