In a press release 3D Systems announces that their new ProJet 2500 successfully ended the alpha testing phase and entered beta testing with selected customers. And also updated their existing line of MultiJet Printers.
The new version of the ProJet MJP 3600 received a speed boost. It now delivers double the speed of the previous generation. The ProJet MJP 5500X received a higher resolution update which existing machines can adopt via a software installation. The top of the line 3D Printer also gets two new elastic materials. The black VisiJet CE-BK and the natural coloured VisiJet CE-NT.
Mark Wright, Executive Vice President und Chief Operating Officer, 3D Systems:
“MultiJet Printing is known for its fine feature detail, excellent value for money, and wide range of advanced materials. With these new products, we’re enhancing customer capabilities in applications from prototyping to industrial product design to end-use part production. We are excited to bring our customers high-quality 3D printing solutions to help them iterate and innovate faster than ever before.”
The new ProJet MJP 2500:
This new machine will be on the lower end of the MJP portfolio of 3D Systems. It aims for professionals who need a small flexible MultiJet 3D Printer. The office-friendly system just entered the beta test phase with selected users and will be available at a later date.