IT Brief Australia - Konica Minolta announces the availability of 3D Systems


Konica Minolta announces the availability of 3D Systems

Konica Minolta has announced the availability of 3D Systems’ ProJet MJP 3600 in Australia, supported by its industry-leading service response times in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane. 

The ProJet MJP 3600 Series prints at up to twice the speed of the previous generation. With powerful data processing capabilities that support files up to 250 per cent larger, the ProJet MJP 3600 brings enhanced productivity to a wide range of prototyping, casting, and end-use part production needs. 

The series' VisiJet M3 plastic materials deliver incredible detail, high temperature resistance, and watertight surfaces perfect for fluid flow visualisation, design verification, and snap-fit assemblies. 

The ProJet MJP 3600 Series includes models for printing detailed wax patterns for jewellery casting, and precise patterns for other lost wax foundry casting applications. It also answers the need in dental applications for precise models and casting wax-ups. 

With the ability to print in USP Class VI-capable, bio-compatible materials, the ProJet MJP 3600 can be used in advanced healthcare applications, including drill-and-cut guides for dental and medical procedures. 

Marc Brandon, 3D Printing Product Marketing Manager, Konica Minolta, says, “The ProJet MJP 3600 series offers businesses the throughput, precision, and simplicity of professional MultiJet Printing to meet a wide range of application challenges. Partnering with Konica Minolta for 3D printing means that customers can leverage the benefits of the ProJet MJP 3600 series now with rental and operating lease options, negating the need for capital expenditure outlay."

Brandon expects that customers will benefit from the addition of ProJet MJP 3600. He says, “Add to that the local service and support network offered by Konica Minolta, and customers can be confident that they will have maximum uptime for their business-critical 3D printing needs.” 

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