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• ColorJet Printing (CJP) is an additive manufacturing technology with two main components: core material and binder. After each layer is spread, color binder is selectively jetted from inkjet print heads, causing the core to solidify which results in a full-color three-dimensional model.
• MultiJet Printing (MJP) is a technology that produces high fidelity, true-to-CAD parts, with fast print times, easy operation and simple post-processing for high productivity and true simplicity, from file to finished part.
• Stereolithography (SLA) was the first 3D printing technology. It uses a laser to cure photopolymer resin materials, transforming the liquid to solid.
• Digital Light uses a projected light source to cure the entire layer at once.
• Filament Fused Fabrication (FFF) extrudes filament material out of heated nozzle to create parts layer by layer.
• Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a powder-based 3D printing technology that uses a laser to fuse material layers into a final part.

• CJP is used for Concept modeling: communication/marketing, art/architect Simulation models: medical, assemblies visualization, and color/texture validation.
• MJP is used for concept modeling, form and fit testing, functional prototyping, fluid flow analysis, rapid tooling, jigs and fixtures, casting patterns and medical applications requiring USP Class VI and/or ISO 10993 certification.
• SLA uses a wide range of materials, which are designed for prototyping, end-use part production, casting patterns, molds, tooling, fixtures, and medical models.
• Digital Light offers a wide variety of applications needs, for functional prototyping, direct production of end-use parts, molding and casting, and includes rigid and durable with thermoplastic-like behaviors, rubber-like, castable, heat resistant, and biocompatible capable materials.
• Filament Fused Fabrication is great for manufacturing, prototyping, educational. Offers cost effective and durable parts.
• Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) uses production-grade nylon materials which create durable and functional parts that last. Offers a range of functional applications, including those with snap fits, living hinges and other mechanical joints.

To simply put it everyone can use a 3d printer. 3D printing is great for small time hobbyist/small mom and pop shops to medical devices/automotive. Aerospace, Manufacturing, Robotics, Education, Construction, Engineering, Architecture, Dentistry and Jewelry are industries capable of using 3D printing? The possibilities are endless if you have the right CAD file.

We suggest going through a certified reseller like BES-3D to buy a used 3D printer, as opposed to getting on eBay or an auction site to purchase a 3D printer. You run the risk of printers being damaged or parts missing when purchasing through these sites. We can offer guaranteed working printers and warranties to offer services.

The 7 “axis” joint allows the robot to be placed to the side of a machine/loading door which can allow for a person to still work around the robotic arm. While the 6 “axis” robot would need to be placed directly in front of machine due to the limit of movement in the axis. The 7 “axis” joint, is similar to the mobility to a human arm which makes it more versatile than other robotic arms.

By moving the robotic arm gripper through the necessary steps, you are showing the robot how to complete the job. Specifics like the number of parts to put in a box, or how high to stack them can be entered on the tablet.

OB7 has built in force sensing, making it safe to work by. If the robot bumps into anything it will automatically stop. Simply give it a tap, to put the OB7 back to work.