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Stratasys’ new 3D printer creates flexible materials in color, speeds up

27
Jan
2014

Stratasys has a new $330,000 3D printer, but this one has the potential to do a whole lot more than monochrome figurines. In fact, the company says its the first machine able to create objects in colored, flexible materials. The Objet500 Connex3 3D printer uses rubber and plastic as base materials, although according to Stratasys (the company which now owns the MakerBot series) material combinations will be able to offer different levels of rigidity, transparency and opacity.

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