Stratasys is able to provide certified materials for the Origin One, allowing for printing with a purpose.
It is crucial to make sure that the materials you use for your printer have received the appropriate certification in order for your components to have the most amount of longevity feasible. The Stratasys Origin One has specific material certifications that ensure your prints will be stronger and tougher than ever before, as well as look better with richer colors and more accurate detail than ever before. This is made possible by photopolymers, which are included in the Origin One’s material certifications. Take advantage of this end-to-end approach to increase the quality of your projects while simultaneously reducing the amount of time and money they need.
Stratasys is the industry leader when it comes to additive manufacturing and 3D printing. The production of three-dimensional physical items from a digital file is what is meant by the term “3D printing.” The item is made by laying down successive layers of material, each of which hardens in turn until it becomes a tangible thing. This process is repeated until the object is complete. Plastics and metals are the two most often used materials for three-dimensional printing. Stratasys provides certified materials for the Origin One, which are high-performance printing materials that are ideal for prototypes, models, training, and manufacturing solutions for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, and more. Stratasys’ certified printing materials are available to customers.
The Origin One is an affordable, entry-level 3D printer that is ideal for usage on a smaller scale. It has a modular architecture that enables customers to switch between an FDM printer and a SLA printer on demand, which is a significant benefit. The Evolution One Plus provides a selection of photopolymers, castable elastomers, stiff plastics, and soft elastomers as authorized materials for each printing process. This enables end-to-end workflow processing and print settings. This unit offers unrivaled dependability and helps to ensure that customers have access to all high-quality filament options that are currently available on the market by embedding the most recent generation of thermal imaging technology in both heads. In addition, this unit features the latest generation of thermal imaging technology. The use of certified materials is an essential step toward accomplishing the high-quality outcomes that are expected by clients.
Stratasys has validated that its material options are compatible with the machine’s hardware, software, and workflow processes. This guarantees that their consumers will have a printing experience that is high-performing from the very beginning to the very end. In addition to providing clients with plastics that may be either hard or flexible, they have also made it feasible for consumers to print using photopolymers, which also includes a solution that is water-soluble and extremely quick cooling. The certification procedure verifies that these materials have been created and tuned in such a way that they will provide flawless results when printed using their printers. You will be able to accomplish your goals in the quickest and most efficient manner possible with the help of this end-to-end procedure. Certified materials will allow for increased throughputs while optimizing the usage of the material, thanks to new software versions that are now under development. When long-term durability is required, such as in architectural models or robust prototypes, their new collection of polycarbonate photopolymers may be utilized as an alternative to acrylate photopolymers. This is possible because polycarbonate photopolymers are resistant to UV light.