The world’s most versatile desktop 3D printer, the Objet30 Prime by Stratasys from FATHOM, packs specialized materials and a range of print modes into a quiet, easy-to-use system—these capabilities give you the power to 3D print the part you need, when you need it. Learn more about why this 3D printer is an industry favorite // Download the Objet30 Prime Spec Sheet
THE MOST DESKTOP MATERIAL OPTIONS
Small design and engineering teams can meet diverse material needs such as transparency, flexibility, and biocompatibility in-house using this office-friendly system. The Objet30 Prime offers rigid materials in multiple opaque shades, as well as clear for beautiful detail visualization and prototypes that include see-through components. Users can choose from rubber-like materials for soft-touch features and flexible components. In addition to those options, it’s also possible to run with specialized materials such as high temperature, simulated polypropylene, and even bio-compatible for medical device prototyping and production parts such as surgical guides.
- Material Options Include Rigid Opaque (VeroWhitePlus, VeroGray, VeroBlue, VeroBlackPlus) // Transparent (RGD720 and VeroClear) // Simulated Polypropylene (Rigur and Durus) // High Temperature // Rubber-like (TangoGray and TangoBlack) // Bio-compatible
- Support Material Options Include SUP705 (WaterJet removable) // SUP706 (soluble)
- Easy to Order Materials Online Using FATHOM’s Consumable eStore
THREE PRINT MODES
Make the most of your 3D printing resources with a print mode for every phase of development—from draft models that conserve time and material when you need to think fast, to beautiful, detailed client-ready models or production parts.
- Draft (36 micron) // High Speed (28 micron) // High Quality (16 micron)
- Resolution // X-axis: 600 dpi; Y-axis: 600 dpi; Z-axis: 1600 dpi
- Accuracy // 0.1 mm or 0.0039 in. (varies depending on part geometry, size, orientation,
material and post-processing method)
- Minimum Layer Thickness // 28 microns (0.0011 in.) for Tango materials // 16 microns (0.0006 in.) for all other material options
POWERED BY POLYJET TECHNOLOGY
Proven PolyJet-based 3D printing is well known for smooth surfaces, fine precision, and diverse material properties. The technology works a bit like inkjet document printing, but instead of jetting drops of ink onto paper, the 3D print head jets layers of liquid photopolymer onto a build tray that are cured with UV light. This happens over and over as layers build on top of each other.
Along with the selected model material, the 3D printer features two support material options—SUP705, a gel-like support material designed to uphold overhangs and easily removed with a WaterJet, and SUP706, which is easily removed and soluble for automated post-processing and increased geometric freedom to print complex and delicate features and small cavities. Learn more from Applications Engineer Chas Sullivan of Stratasys in the feature video below.
FATHOM is a Stratasys Diamond Partner who sells and supports FDM and PolyJet equipment—our experts not only offer the enterprise-level systems, we also use Stratasys equipment in-house as part of our advanced manufacturing services. We know these 3D printers and additive manufacturing systems inside and out, so speak with a FATHOMer today to learn more!