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  • ProX 300 Full Direct Metal Laser Sintering 3D Printer by 3D Systems

    ProX 300 Full Direct Metal Laser Sintering 3D Printer by 3D Systems

    $210,000.00
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    This item that has been professionally operated and maintained as a demonstration machine by certified technicians at BasTech, Inc. Weight Approx. 11000 lbs (5000 kg).
  • 3D System PXS (Prox 100) Metal 3D Printer DMLS Direct Metal Laser Sintering

    3D System PXS (Prox 100) Metal 3D Printer DMLS Direct Metal Laser Sintering

    $65,000.00
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    PXS system is the smallest of the "PX" products and includes the main new modules developed for this product range. The PXS system makes it possible to manufacture small complex parts with a good leve...
  • PRODIGY  STRATASYS 3D PRINTER

    PRODIGY STRATASYS 3D PRINTER

    $3,000.00
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    Minimal user input is required to operate Prodigy. No special venting is required for the system and all materials are non-toxic. (864 x 686 x 1041 mm), has a build envelope of 8 x 8 x 12 in. (203 x 2...
  • Solidscape 3Z Pro Wax Printer , 3D printer for jewelry design and Dental casting

    Solidscape 3Z Pro Wax Printer , 3D printer for jewelry design and Dental casting

    $11,490.00
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    Accuracy of the Solidscape® PRO produces models of intricate designs with ultra-fine feature detail and a smooth surface finish that are ideal for wax masters. 3D printer jewelry applications, and mor...
  • Solidscape  3d Printer

    Solidscape 3d Printer

    $5,500.00
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    The R66PLUS is the entry point to Solidscape’s BenchMark™ Series of 3D printers. The R66PLUS uses the familiar Windows® interface, allowing it to be used with all of the popular jewelry 3D printer sof...

About 3D Printers

When you hear about 3D printers and you think of thousands of dots on a poster that, if you stare long enough, you suddenly see a seascape pop out at you, then you need to get with the times. 3D printers that produce polymer figurines and replaceable parts for machines (and potentially bodies) are becoming mainstream. While these printers can be used to manufacture toys, they are not meant to be played with by young people. They are complicated pieces of equipment that use heat to melt vividly colored filaments, creating programmed designs in 3 dimensions. Create beautiful knickknacks such as flowers or create an entire play set with animals for child’s farm. All you need is the dimensional program of the item you want to make, and your printer will create it. Hook a Lulzbot Taz up to your computer to print designs up to 75 microns high. Or consider a Formlabs kit with everything you need from the computer to the post processing kit. You can create household and office products, toys, gadgets, and fashion items. Programs are available online, or of course, if you are an engineering techie, you can program your own. Professional applications from architecture to medicine are vast and only limited by your imagination. So, if you love to be on the cusp of new technological advances, your home is incomplete without a 3D printer. Let your desktop become your workshop. Design and production can be at your fingertips. Full kits, parts, and supplies are available for these innovative machines.