FATHOM announced today that 3D printing services for the Objet500 Connex3 are available directly at its Seattle-based production center, and it's the second Connex3 system added to the company's list of available equipment.
After Stratasys introduced the stunning Connex3 at SolidWorks World in January, the machine which creates brilliantly colored prototypes with a range of multi-material options including rigid, flexible, clear, and durable, has represented the top of the line in prototyping.
To show off their state-of-the-art service offerings, FATHOM is hosting an invite-only event next month where guests will see live printing demonstrations and unique models exclusively created by Fathom's design and engineering teams.
"The Objet500 Connex3 offers the most advanced material options out of any other 3D production system in the world," said Rich Stump of FATHOM. "Users can create beautiful – and functional – 3D printed parts like never before seen."
The Objet500 Connex3 simulates the precise look, feel, and function of finished products to create realistic models at the earliest stages of the design process.
"It allows users to blend three different materials in a single build cycle," said Dylan Oliver at FATHOM. "Stratasys has a great track record of making new materials available to customers due to their continuous efforts in composite material development."
"We strive to be our customers' preferred partner by providing best-in-class equipment, services, and support," said Oliver. "My team is located right in the heart of Seattle, making the latest in additive manufacturing locally available."
FATHOM Studio makes 3D printed prototypes for a wide variety of industries from medical devices to electronics to arts and entertainment.