Category: 3D Printers - High Accuracy
High throughput for higher productivity
The ProJet MJP 3600 and 3600 Max achieve large-scale component counts and amazing print speeds, enabling more parts to be produced in less time.
As the print speed doubles, more parts can be printed and faster.
The MJP 3600 Series is incomparable to any other inkjet printer in situations where it is critical to accurately represent extremely precise details.
Has passed the sixth test for health care purposes
Uses biocompatible materials tested in the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) Category VI to print medical device parts, and more
Print high-precision parts and maintain their integrity over time so that you can make decisions with confidence.
The post-processing of MJP parts is as simple as melting wax. No manual scraping, high pressure water jets, corrosive chemicals or other special equipment are required.
High resolution with precise details
The high resolution achieved with multi-nozzle printing means that even subtle features can be fully represented – there is no risk of damaging subtle features in the post-processing process.
Welcome to compare — The geometry of the parts produced by MJP is clear and is the best of all jetting 3D printers.
Give geometric design more freedom
Some printers are unable to remove supports in a confined space, so design freedom is limited. MJP uses a wax support and can be melted and removed even in tight spaces.
Industrial print head
Each MJP printer is equipped with an industrial-grade print head that offers long life and high reliability.
So far, the company has for the automotive manufacturing, shipbuilding, aerospace, mold manufacturing, machinery processing, shoes, mobile phone manufacturing, dental and orthopedic, protection of cultural relics, university education and scientific research and so on various types of enterprises and institutions to provide nearly ten thousand times the service project.
For EnvisionTEC, 2017 is a busy year because it has introduced many new 3D printing materials, including engineering grade materials E-CE, E-Poxy and E-Flex Flex; a series of new bioprint materials and FDA approved dental 3D printing materials. The company also launched a series of new 3D printers, including large versions of the Perfactory and cDLM 3D printers, and a new Vida cDLM 3D printer for the dental market.
Recently, EnvisionTEC introduced the new Vida cDLM 3D printer. It is reported that the 3D printer is the largest of the company's existing equipment and is still based on the company's continuous digital light manufacturing (cDLM) technology.