The Full Range of Materials in a Large Build
The Objet260 Connex3 lets you incorporate dozens of colors into one prototype, from true jet black to sunny yellow to shocking magenta and hundreds of beautiful blended hues. Pick from 20 palettes — including rich, vivid opaque and stained-glass-like translucent — for vibrant, repeatable color that will wow your colleagues and impress your toughest clients.
The same triple-jetting technology that makes three-color mixing possible also vastly expands your range of material combinations and properties. Combining two or three materials in specific concentrations and microstructures, you can produce a range of Digital Materials with varying translucency, rigidity, thermal resistance or color. You can even produce a range of Shore A values in one model.
Simple color assignment
Objet Studio can detect color information from your original 3D model, making color assignment quick and easy. Simply export your model in VRML format and let Objet Studio choose the best match from available Connex3 palettes. If you’d rather begin your design with precise, print-safe colors in mind, just add the Connex3 custom palette extension to your CAD software.
Spend less time attending printers and processing parts. PolyJet models are smooth, beautiful and ready to handle and use right out of the build chamber, with no post-curing needed. Plus, hands-free support removal and material hot-swapping (replacing an empty cartridge while a second cartridge of the same material is in use) capabilities further minimize demands on your time and effort.
Low total cost of ownership
An efficient workflow means greater productivity, so every triple-jetting system achieves a low total cost of ownership per part.
Fine details and smooth surfaces
Create smooth models with intricate details directly from your CAD file. With ultra-fine 16-micron layer resolution, PolyJet technology lets you see, touch, test and perfect every detail.
For delicate or geometrically complex models, soluble support material lets you clean internal voids and fine features that water-jetting could miss or damage.
3D print models as large as 255 × 252 × 200 mm (10.0 x 9.9 x 7.9 in.) in a quiet system that fits your office environment.
Eight sealed 3.6 Kg (7.9 lbs) cartridges
Three different model materials can be loaded simultaneously in the high-capacity material cabinet, and can be hot-swapped.
Net build size:
255 × 252 × 200 mm (10.0 x 9.9 x 7.9 in.)
Horizontal build layers as fine as 16 microns (0.0006 in.)
X-axis: 600 dpi; Y-axis: 600 dpi; Z-axis: 1600 dpi
20-85 µm for features below 50 mm; up to 200 µm for full model size (for rigid materials only, depending on geometry, build parameters and model orientation)
Windows 7 32/64-bit
LAN – TCP/IP
Size and weight:
870 × 735 × 1200 mm (34.25 × 28.9 × 47.25 inches); 410 kg (902 lbs)
330 x 1170 x 640 mm (13 x 46.1 x 26.2 in.) 76 kg (168 lbs)
110–240 VAC 50/60 Hz; 1.5 KW single phase
Temperature 18-25 °C (64-77 °F); relative humidity 30-70% (non-condensing)
When you combine three materials from the Rubber and Rigid Opaque families, you can produce prototypes with a range of Shore A values in a wide range of colors from deep dark to fluorescent, and even translucent.
Digital ABS in the Mix:
For outstanding durability and a range of Shore A values, you can combine durable, two-component Digital ABS material with Rubber material.
Tough single-material options withstand the stress of living hinges, flexible closures and snap-fit parts. Combine with Rubber-like materials for a range of grayscale shades and Shore A hardness values.
This heat-resistant material is ideal for thermal testing of static parts. Combine with Rubber material to achieve a range of material properties.
Medical rapid prototyping materials offer excellent detail visualization and dimensional stability for dental delivery trays, surgical orthopedic guides and hearing aids.
With a range of bright and subtle colors, opacities and elastomer characteristics, this adaptable material is ideal for modeling a wide variety of products from soft grip handles to footwear.
- Vero family of opaque materials, including color
- Tango family rubber flexible materials
- Medical: MED610
- Digital ABS and Digital ABS2 in ivory and green
- DurusWhite RGD430
- High Temperature RGD525 white
- Transparent: VeroClear and RGD720
Hundreds of composite materials can be manufactured on the fly including:
- Vibrant blended colors in rigid opaque
- Translucent colored tints
- Rubber-like materials in a variety of Shore A values
- Digital ABS for durability, including blends with rubber
- Polypropylene-like materials with improved thermal resistance
- Support material:
- SUP705 (WaterJet removable)
- SUP706 (soluble)