Objet Ltd.’s VeroBlackPlus rigid black material is formulated for enhanced dimensional stability and surface smoothness, making it well-suited for fine-detail rapid prototyping. It replaces Objet VeroBlack.
The company also offers 16 composite materials exclusively for its Connex 3D printers that are made by combining the rigid black material with a rubber-like material. These Objet Digital Materials enable the simulation of a variety of rigid/rubber-like properties, including a higher-toughness material that simulates polypropylene and a range of flexible materials with Shore A values from 27 to 95.The materials combine rigid and flexible properties within a single prototype of consistent black coloring such as those required in seals and packaging for consumer goods, consumer electronics and automotive parts.
Editor PickHybrid Machine Uses Multi-Laser Deposition Technology
Mazak’s Integrex i-200S AM hybrid multitasking machine, with its multi-laser deposition system, provides both additive and subtractive capabilities, enabling shops not only to turn, mill and drill, but also to build part features and perform laser marking, all on the same machine and in single setups.