The Solidscape S390 Wax Model 3D Printer for Jewelry is a material jetting, professional 3D printer. It is a high-precision machine powered by the new Solidjet technology, which allows for printing with both wax and water-soluble materials. It is tailored to jewelers. Its sleek design makes it durable, stable and ultra-precise. As part of the Solidscape Wax Model 3D printers, it is able to produce high-quality, complex designs at fine resolution and ready for casting. It provides faster print speed and higher accuracy ramping up your daily production volume. The auto-generated supports hold up segments of the model during printing and are essential when printing pieces of jewelry with plenty of overhangs. Made of dissolvable materials, the supports can be easily removed producing pristine, castable models and reducing labor costs. The device is engineered with a quiet industrial dust collection system. It includes a fully integrated software package and a responsive touch screen that allows for one-touch operation through a drag-and-drop interface.
Companies like Daranas Microfusio have been using it to produce perfectly detailed, 100% castable models with ease and no manual post-processing. Read the review for additional details.
One designer created these models starting from a 3D scan. The final products look very similar to the real object. As you can see, the surfaces are extremely clean and smooth.
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This wax model is ready for casting. Notice how polished and precise are the edges.
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The Solidscape S390 is a wax model 3D printer that can print layers at 25.4 microns. This way you can produce parts with smooth exterior surfaces. It allows creating castable wax patterns with ease. The ability to print soluble support material eliminates the need for clipping and sanding the parts. You’ll only have to dissolve the support structures before casting, no manual removal is required. This process increases the final quality of the printed models delivering polished surfaces and protecting the most fragile design elements. The Solidscape S390 lets you achieve perfect details and crisp edges.
Solidscape S390 prints with non-toxic, proprietary materials engineered to ensure optimal results. It uses a wax build material, the Midas one, which grants lean burnout and direct casting results, and a dissolvable support material, the Melts J, which allows for hands-free dissolution and superior surface finishes. Midas castable material ensures 100% castability in gold, silver, platinum, and all castable materials.
The Solidscape S390 Wax Model 3D Printer for Jewelry only works with own-brand materials. This ensures quality, as all the branded materials go through a strict quality assurance process.
The build area of 6 x 6 x 4 inches (152.4 x 152.4 x 101.6 mm) lets you print a variety of castable wax models in short times, enhancing your manufacturing workflow.
The printer is controlled via PC or the built-in LCD interface. The simple One-Touch operation UI eliminates any barriers offering ease of use, user-friendliness, and reliability.
Tether your computer via USB cable or Ethernet and start printing your 3D models.
The printer is equipped with a one-click software, which automatically formats CAD files for printing. It is designed to work with all 3D open source files, to set up the printer’s resolution as well as control the motion algorithms. It lets you troubleshoot and fix models before printing through drag-and-drop interfaces. It is compatible with Windows.
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Solidscape S390 Wax Model 3D Printer for Jewelry shows a bulky, all-black design. Its stylish look makes it ideal for jewelry manufacturing and prototyping.
The printer dimensions are 21.4 x 18 x 48 inches (558 x 495 x 1200 mm). It weighs 140 lbs (63.5 kg).
The price of the Solidscape S390 Wax Model 3D Printer for Jewelry is $0.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality, extreme precision and rapid printing operation.