Introducing Figure 4 from 3D Systems.The industry’s first scalable, fully-integrated 3D printing platform with ultra-fast speed enabling throughput improvement up to 15x and up to 20 percent lower parts cost.
Digital moulding reduces development costs, increases productivity and eliminates tooling requirements. Accelerate your designs from CAD to prototyping to manufacturing final products using Figure 4 DLP technology.
Increase productivity, durability, repeatability and lower total cost of operations (TCO) with true-to-CAD part accuracy in a flexible, in-line manufacturing workflow. Accelerate and simplify your manufacturing processes with DLP technology.
With a broad range of industrial grade materials, such as fast prototyping polymers, investment casting waxes, and durable end-part use plastics, accelerating designs and production are a reality with DLP 3D Printing Technology.
Figure 4 allows manufacturing capacity to grow alongside demand – from a standalone printer for rapid prototyping and low volume direct 3D production, to modular systems that grow as your volume grows, up to a fully-automated, fully-integrated factory solution.
Konica Minolta 3D printing solution gives Marist College Ashgrove students an education in innovation.
Konica Minolta partners with the inventors of 3D printing technology, 3D Systems, to bring unparalleled manufacturing flexibility to the Australian market.
Rethink tomorrows manufacturing processes with ground-breaking 3D printing technology supported by Konica Minolta.
Now that 3D printing is a maturing technology, we all need to understand how it’s changing industries, impacting business models and where it’s going in the future.
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