FDM technology has actually existed for over 20 years, but the only recently have the benefits of 3D printing been made available to everyone. FDM 3D printing build parts layer-by-layer from the bottom up by heating and extruding thermoplastic filament. The Fortus 400mc has a print area of 16 x 14 x 16 inches (406 x 355 x 406 mm) (XYZ). This printer gives you a choice of 10 different materials and a range of colors. This 3D printer lets you choose fine resolution or faster printing, with layer thicknesses of 0.005 in (0.0127 mm) 0.007 in (0.178 mm) 0.010 in (0.254 mm) or 0.013 in (0.330 mm). Parts are produced within an accuracy of ± 0.005 in (± 0.127 mm) or ± 0.0015 in/in (± 0.0015), whichever is greater.
PolyJet 3D printing is similar to inkjet printing, but instead of jetting drops of ink onto paper, PolyJet 3D Printers jet layers of curable liquid photopolymer onto a build tray. PolyJet technology is a powerful additive manufacturing method that produces smooth, accurate prototypes, parts and tooling. With 16-micron layer resolution and accuracy as high as 0.1 mm, it can produce thin walls and complex geometries using the widest range of materials.
Mcor Iris HD
Never has 3D color modeling and printing been so affordable — a fraction of the cost of any other 3D printing technology. The Mcor Iris HD is the only 3D color printer with 360° HD color accuracy, an ICC color map for the most accurate color in a 3D printer and 1 million+ colors. Mcor Technologies 3D ink ensures full color on all surfaces of your part. The max build size is 9.39 x 6.89 x 5.9in.