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The Jeweller’s X factor

NEW S360 with XDP


Customise your performance for custom design.

When every piece is unique and your goal is to deliver perfection, the S360 with XDP has all the flexibility you need. The eXtra Dimensional Printing technology bundles printing and performance options from across the S-Series into a single printer. Whether you need ultra-fine resolutions or speed and performance, you can deliver perfection every time with the S360 high precision 3D wax printer.

 

The new S360 is the X factor for jewellers with the flexibility required for manufacturing of fine jewellery.

 S325 at the right price

The Solidscape® S325 delivers the extraordinary precision you need at the right price. Jewellers are free to design innovative custom pieces without limits and bring them to life effortlessly with an automated one touch printing process.

Jewellery design without compromise

IF YOU CAN DREAM IT, YOU CAN PRINT IT

 

For jewellers who create groundbreaking custom fine jewellery, those who push the envelope of what’s possible, those who require absolute perfection — there is only Solidscape. Solidscape is the number one wax pattern 3D printer for jewellery and high precision investment casting, delivering:

 

  • Accuracy, precision and resolution like no other

  • Complex geometries and ultra fine detail

  • Directly castable wax

  • Automatically generated support structure that dissolves completely

  • The best surface finish in the industry

Beyond high resolution 3D printing

ONLY THE BEST WILL DO FOR CUSTOM FINE JEWELLERY

 

The Solidscape S300 Series prints with accuracy, precision and fine resolution, resulting in the most perfect wax models in the jewellery trade. True-to-CAD builds in all three dimensions with stunning detail and superior surface finish — every time, print after print. Solid.

 

Superior materials, superior models

UNMATCHED DETAIL AND HANDS-FREE FINISHING

 

Solidscape directly castable wax model material is formulated

specifically for investment casting jewellery, RTV and silicone molds.

Melt-away support material dissolves completely, hands-free, leaving a 

pristine wax pattern ready for casting.

Learn how Solidscape 3D printers can help you achieve your dreams

Superior wax models for superior custom fine jewellery

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Solidscape is the leading manufacturer of high-precision 3D printers, materials and software for Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing, with the ability to print solid models designed in CAD.

 

The printers receive digital input from three-dimensional data files (such as STL and SLC) and create solid, three-dimensional parts through an additive, layer-by-layer process which produces a layer thickness as fine as .0127mm and a resolution of [dpi] 5,000 x 5,000 x 8,000 XYZ. The patterns produced are extremely high resolution with vibrant detail and outstanding surface finish.

 

The brand is widely recognised as the solution for critical manufacturing applications that require superior accuracy, ultra-fine feature detail and a smooth surface finish. Solidscape 3D printers are primarily used to produce "wax-like" patterns for lost-wax-casting, investment casting and mold making applications.

 

The printers are marketed worldwide and adopted in the manufacturing of small parts and assemblies used in Jewellery, Consumer electronics, Biomedical products, Orthopedics, Dental Prosthetic, Orthodontic appliances, Railway & Hobbies, Video Games and product design. Solidscape holds a dominant competitive position within the jewellery design and manufacturing industry.

 

Solidscape Inc. was incorporated in February 1994 with global headquarters in Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA and is a Stratasys, Inc (NASDAQ: SSYS) company since May 2011. With more than 4,000 systems installed in over 65 countries around the world.

 

Freeform Fabrication Limited is the primary Solidscape reseller in the UK & the Republic of Ireland. Sales and support are conducted directly by Freeform Fabrication from our Hertfordshire office, U.K.