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At Solidscape we develop and deliver 3D solutions for advanced manufacturing. With our 3D printers and materials customers can create high-precision wax patterns to be cast in metal, to be used for mold making (RTV) or even to be pressed in ceramics for dental restorations.
Our goal is to change the way parts are made with a simple click . . . one industry at a time!
From Inspiration to Finished Design
The Solidscape® Studio brings the jeweler’s bench to the retail shop where users of any technical level can produce their own intricate wax patterns, ready for casting. The fully automated Studio marries the passion of fine jewelry design with the power of high precision 3D printing.
Easy One-Touch Operation
Intuitive one-touch operation via a universal LCD icon display eliminates language and technical barriers.
The Studio empowers the jewelry creation process from design through finished wax patterns in an effortless workflow that delivers high casting yields, consistent turnarounds and low cost-per-parts.
Superior Casting Results
New Solidscape® Model and Solidscape® Support materials produce extremely smooth jewelry wax patterns that accurately reproduce the most intricate of geometries—without the need for manual refining. Both materials offer superior casting properties, fast meltout, no ash or residue, and no thermal expansion.
Jewelry Perfection Simplified
|Fully Automated||Self installation
Automatic job set-up
|Accessible||Icon-based user interface
Files, job start-up and job status can be managed and viewed remotely from PC
|Resolution||5000 X 5000 dots/inch (197 X 197 dots/mm) in X, Y
8000 dots/inch (315 dots/mm) in Z
|Accuracy||± 0.0010 inch/inch (±25.4µ/25.4mm) along each axis X, Y and Z|
|Layer Thickness||User selectable through variable slider|
|Surface Finish||Layer thickness dependant, up to 32 micro-inches (RMS)|
|Desk-top Size||21.4” W X 18”D X 16” H (558mm X 495mm X 419 mm)|
|Weight||75 lbs. weight (34 kg)|
|Build Envelope||6” X 6” X 2” (152.4 X 152.4 X 50.8 mm)
X, Y, Z Consistent results over entire 6 inch x 6 inch (152.4mmx152.4mm) area
|Power Requirements||90-250-v, 10A @ 230v max consumption|
|Ambient Operating Temp||Recommend 60° to 80° F (16° to 27° C) at a 40% to 60% range of humidity|
|Equipment Interface||PC to printer connectivity
Hi-Speed USB 2.0
|3Z™Model||Model material formulated for clean burnout to produce 100% castings|
|3Z™Support||Sacrificial material generated automatically for each job, and later dissolved away for a labor-saving, hands-free operation.|
|Dewax||Liquid solution used to dissolve sacrificial material|
|CAD file input||.stl and .slc files|
|3Z™Works||Software that formats CAD files for 3D printing
Allows operator to visually place job suites within build envelope
Automatically generates sacrificial support structure, saving design time
|3Z™Touch||System Software is Windows® based|
|Automatic||Status monitoring and fault detection
Re-start of build from point of interruption
Works unattended up to 72 hours
|SCP®||Smooth Curvature Printing for superior surface finish|
|CE certified; FCC Class A approved||TUV approved (EN 60950 Compliant)|