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3D Systems Unveils Next Generation of 3D Printers

By DE Editors

3D Systems Corporation revealed a new class of 3D Printers, the ProJet 6000 series. The ProJet 6000 Production 3D Printer is scheduled for commercial shipment early in 2011 and was on display at the 2010 Euromold Exhibition and Conference.

The company says the ProJet 6000 is a crossover printer offering the utility of a 3D printer with print precision and performance quality of professional grade SLA parts. The ProJet 6000 comes in three high definition print configurations with a range of new VisiJet print materials.

“We are very excited to bring a breakthrough, next generation, crossover ProJet portfolio of professional printers to the market,” says Buddy Byrum, senior director, 3D Printing for 3D Systems. “As a global 3D content-to-print leader and innovator our customers depend on us to deliver the latest in professional grade SLA part quality and performance with the operability and affordability of a 3D printer.”

For more information, visit 3D Systems.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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