New Innovations and Technologies
the future in printing industry
– New innovations and Technologies?
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Hewlett-Packard (HP), which has
the pride of inventing inkjet technology
and DeskJet printer, plans to shut
down some of its manufacturing facilities
to reduce expenses and focus on
core products as the printer industry
matures because of fewer fresh inventions.
is a relatively new
technology. It is considered as
the physical version of a CAD file.
The foundry, construction and automotive
industries welcomes the 3D printing
technology with open arms as this
proves to make their process smooth,
efficient and modernized and increases
the speed in product development.
They can use the 3D printers to
print the CAD designed 3D models
directly from a CAD file in order
to show a finished product to the
client before the work has begun.
Rapid prototyping and Custom3D offers
a fast professional, beneficial
and confidential .
This Custom3D also provides affordable
patent and design protection 3D
printing services to the Institute
of Inventors and Innovators. This
technology is sure to reduce their
massive time, labor and cost.
Connex500™, a rapid prototyping
3D printing system of Objet Geometries
Ltd, has the ability to print parts
and assemblies made of several materials
with different mechanical and physical
properties in a single build process.
The system thus enables the manufacture
of 3-D parts using several different
materials at the same time. In addition,
the system allows users to create
composite materials that have pre-set
combinations of mechanical properties.
Objet’s Connex500 uses PolyJet
Matrix™ and the most
significant Ultraviolet(UV) /Electron-beam
(EB) technologies. The system's
PolyJet Matrix™ Technology jets
materials in ultra-thin layers,
immediately curing each layer with
UV light, a process which yields
models that closely imitate the
appearance, feel and function of
the end products.
The system has outstanding and trendsetting
design quality recognized worldwide
through assessment of the degree
of innovation, functionality, ergonomics,
durability, environmental compatibility
and clarity of function. These features
make the automotive, electronics,
toy, consumer goods, and footwear
industries in North America, Europe,
Asia, Australia and Japan to salute
Recently, Connex500 has been recognized
for the red dot award, one of the
highest and most popular honors for
product design and innovation worldwide.
It also deserves the pride for receiving
this year’s RadTech USA Emerging
Technologies Award which honors outstanding
users of ultraviolet (UV) and .
Connex500 system serves as one of
the most innovative and high quality
design advances of the past year
in the printing industry. The system
offers high resolution 3-dimensional
printing solutions for rapid prototyping
and rapid manufacturing.