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7/23/2018

Printer Delivers Functional Parts at Low Operational Cost

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IMTS 2018: CAD Blu offers the 3D Systems ProJet MJP 2500 Plus, designed to offer professional-grade 3D printing with an affordable price.

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CAD Blu offers 3D Systems’ ProJet MJP 2500 Plus 3D printer, which is designed to provide professional-grade 3D printing capabilities at an affordable price and in a compact footprint. The printer’s industrial print head and print parameters increase print speeds to improve efficiency and productivity.

Driven by 3D Sprint client software, the printer is said to deliver functional parts with speed, ease and low operational costs. The EasyClean system enables removal of supports from MultiJet printed parts in under 30 min. without manual labor.

A variety of VisiJet material combinations are available to meet users’ rapid prototyping needs.

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