ProJet® 360

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ProJet® 360

The ProJet 360 expands the dimension and heightens the precision of our most affordable lines of professional automated 3D printers, producing monochrome white prints with minimum features down to 0.15mm (0.006 inches).

Product Description

The ProJet 360 expands the dimension and heightens the precision of our most affordable lines of professional automated 3D printers, producing monochrome white prints with minimum features down to 0.15mm (0.006 inches).

With a net build area of 203 x 254 x 203 mm (8 x 10 x 8 inches), this printer is ideal for product design labs, architectural modeling, medium-sized models and prototypes.

Streamline print-to-product results with integrated fine powder removal features that deliver smoother models with the push of a button

Upgrade your office affordably with monochrome 3D printing capabilities.

Build Material

VisiJet® PXL™

Delivering realistic models of architectural designs has always been a challenge. While 3D renderings and ‘fly-throughs’ can help a client understand the design’s beauty and functionality, there’s nothing like a physical model to assist.
“In the past, modelmakers would spend weeks, maybe months, creating, carving, painting, to bring a realistic model,” said Kerry Parker, VP of Business Development. WhiteClouds. “Today we use 3D printing from theProJet® 660 to create vivid full color models in a few hours.”

Indeed, at WhiteClouds, a 3D printing service bureau based on Ogden, Utah, this latest resort pool printing project exemplifies everything that full-color 3D printing delivers – fast and vibrant results that allow the client to know exactly what is being proposed.
“With the Color Jet Printing (CJP) technology, the layer resolution is at 89 microns which delivers very fine detail but in full CMYK color,” said Kyle Gifford, designer, WhiteClouds. “In this model you can see all the way into the plants, chairs and tables that surround the pool, plus the detail of the tile pattern in the pool.”

This 14 inch-wide print took very slightly over five hours to print on the ProJet 660.
Find out more at: https://www.whiteclouds.com/