SUP706 Soluble Support Now Available on Objet30 Family, Stratasys J750 and Connex3 3D Printers
December 19, 2016 News
Great news! The benefits of SUP706 soluble support have been extended to more PolyJet systems, including the Objet30 family (Objet30, Objet30 Pro, Objet30 Prime) and the Stratasys J750. What is so great about SUP706?
- FREEDOM TO DESIGN. SUP706 Soluble Support will allow you to print intricate and delicate parts (e.g., thin walls, interior cavities, undercuts, etc.) without having to design based on manual removal. The support material dissolves with a simple soak in a cleaning station, reaching internal passageways and preserving detailed elements. Check out these incredible PolyJet parts made possible by using SUP706 soluble support.
- AUTOMATED PROCESS. The hands-free method for removing SUP706 will reduce your post-processing time and labor, especially when it comes to numerous small parts and/or complex geometries. Imagine the time and labor saved when cleaning this box of small components by simply soaking them all at one time rather than using a WaterJet on each individual part.
Think you’d benefit from SUP706 Soluble Support? Contact your AdvancedTek account manager, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-482-9005 for more information.
You can also check out the SUP706 ‘How to Use’ video here.
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