3D Systems’ ProJet® 5500X delivers the highest quality, most accurate and toughest multi-material composites based on 3D Systems’ latest MultiJet Printing (MJP) technology. The ProJet 5500X simultaneously prints and fuses together flexible and rigid material composites layer by layer at the pixel level in a variety of colors and shades including opaque, clear, black or white and numerous shades of gray. 3D Systems’ printed multi-material composites result in stunningly realistic, functional, large and small prototypes and products for a wide range of manufacturers, designers and engineers.
The ProJet 5500X delivers fast composite material print speeds using breakthrough materials with properties that can be easily varied within a single part. This new VisiJet® composite family of materials is precisely mixed by the ProJet 5500X print head on-the-fly to achieve superior mechanical properties and custom performance characteristics and comes with a 5-year print head warranty. With so many options, the ProJet 5500X is perfect for a variety of applications, including overmolded parts, multi-material assemblies, rubber-like components, long-lasting living hinges and high-temperature testing.
Have more material options – Print the precise variety of engineered plastic or rubber you need, no assembly required.
Make quality, exact parts – Produce the most detailed, most accurate multi-material parts with superior strength, stability and temperature performance.
Fit your part size requirements – High throughput to quickly print a large variety of small or big precision parts.
Increase productivity – The ProJet 5500X features fast build speeds, ease of use, and hands-free post processing, all at lower cost of ownership.
Maximize spending – By using less material than similar printers, and a 5-year guarantee on the print head, the ProJet 5500X offers a lower TCO.
Vary tone and clearness – Print stunning clear parts as well as parts in white, black and select shades of grey.
Model: ProJet 5500X
Manufacturer: 3D Systems
Support Material: VisiJet® S500 Support Material
Electrical: 115-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, single-phase, 1200 W
Network Compatibility: Network ready with 10/100 Ethernet interface
Client Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1
Input Data File Formats Supported: STL, CTL
Operating Temperature Range: 18 – 28 °C (64-82 °F)
Noise: < 65 dBa estimated (at medium fan setting)
Net Build Volume (xyz)
HD Mode (High Definition): 21 x 15 x 11.8 inches (533 x 381 x 300 mm)
UHD Mode (Ultra High Definition): 21 x 15 x 11.8 inches (533 x 381 x 300 mm)
HD Mode: 375 x 375 x 790 DPI; 32μ (0.0012 inch) layers
UHD Mode: 750 x 750 x 890 DPI; 29μ (0.0011 inch) layers
VisiJet® CR-CL: Rigid Plastic Material – Clear
VisiJet® CR-WT: Rigid Plastic Material – White
VisiJet® CF-BK: Rubber-like Material – Black
Dimensions (W x D x H)
3D Printer Crated: 80 x 48 x 78 inches (2032 x 1219 x 1981 mm)
3D Printer Uncrated: 67 x 35.4 x 65 inches (1700 x 900 x 1650 mm)
3D Printer Crated: 2550 lbs. (1157 kg)
3D Printer Uncrated: 2060 lbs. (934 kg)
- Print in multiple materials in a single build
- Produces strong, finely detailed, precise parts
- Easy post processing
- Larger net build volume for bigger parts or more parts per build
- Build speeds up to two times faster than other printers in class
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