The new V650™ Flex stereolithography 3D printer from Stratasys is the company’s entry into the stereolithography segment. This unique offering combines the power of a large-scale system with a configurable environment for fine-tuning across a broad range of resins – giving customers greater accuracy, choice, and lower costs in 3D printed prototype and part development.
Backed by a partnership with DSM, a global, purpose-led, science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, customers have the freedom to capitalize on the quality and high-performance of Somos® stereolithography resins with the V650 Flex 3D printer. Available from Stratasys and backed by years of extensive utilization at its service bureau, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, DSM Somos-verified resins enable customers to produce with confidence – high-quality, durable parts that meet requirements of a wide range of applications.
“While stereolithography is one of the original 3D printing processes – mainly used to create master patterns or large concept models quickly and accurately – customers have been challenged by restricted systems that can’t be configured and materials at a high cost-per-part,” said Omer Krieger, EVP Products, Stratasys. “The V650 Flex is the result of customer demand around the world wanting a better solution – fully configurable to match the specific application and use-case. The solution is truly one of the first large-scale systems for creating reliable, high-quality parts across design concepts, validation, investment casting, tooling, and injection molding.”
10 April 2019