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Stratasys Gets Mojo With Sub-$10K Printer
5/23/2012

The Mojo 3D Print Pack is Stratasys' first sub-$10,000 desktop, professional-grade 3D printer.   (Source: Stratasys)
The Mojo 3D Print Pack is Stratasys' first sub-$10,000 desktop, professional-grade 3D printer.
(Source: Stratasys)

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naperlou   5/23/2012 10:08:50 AM
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Beth, this is a very interesting approach.  By replacing the print head with the cartfidge each time you essentially get a new print module.  This should make it more eaisly maintainable.  With this price point, it is going to get into more people's hands.  Out school district recently bought a 3D printer and spent $35K.  This would have been nice.

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