Objet Launches Two More 3D Printers

Two very interesting 3D printers were just announced by Objet at EuroMold: the Objet24 and the Objet30, both low-cost desktop machines. 
 
These relatively inexpensive, yet very capable printers begin pricing at USD$19,900 and €16,900 in Europe.
 
The Objet24 is labelled as a "Personal 3D Printer", whereas the Objet30 is labelled a "Desktop 3D Printer", so we can immediately see how they are being targeted. Nevertheless, the technical characteristics of the pair are nearly identical. Here's the identical aspects:
 
  • Layer thickness of 28 microns
  • X,Y,Z resolution of 600x600x900 dpi
  • 0.1mm accuracy
  • WaterJet removable support gel material
  • 82.5 x 62.0 x 59.0 cm physical size
  • 93 kg weight (hm, are these things *really* for your desktop?)
 
So what is different between these seemingly identical printers? Just this:
 
  • The Objet24 handles only white opaque material, while the Objet30 is capable of several colors and a more durable white material
  • The Objet30 has a tray size 60mm larger on the X axis  
 
We like the pricing; it's not quite at home-user levels, but heading in the right direction for this very capable device.
 

General Fabb

Kerry Stevenson, aka "General Fabb" has been writing Fabbaloo posts since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!

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