Exceptional Ease-of-Use with SLA technology

The ProJet 6000 SLA 3D printers offer exceptional ease-of-use, allowing newcomers to 3D printing and experts alike to easily step into high quality, fast 3D printing.

The ProJet 6000 uses stereolithography technology to create accurate and perfectly formed 3D printed parts and prototypes. The ProJet 6000 is available in 3 models, SD, HD and MP, with maximum build platform size of 10 x 10 x 10 inches (250 x 250 x 250mm).



Used by a wide variety of manufacturers, the ProJet 6000 delivers prototype and end use parts from your 3D data. A wide choice of materials are available that closely match or exceed the properties of traditional plastic materials including resistance to high temperature, tensile strengths and impact strengths. VisiJet SL Clear is VisiJet SL Clear is also USP Class VI certified, making it ideal for medical product manufacturing, especially in mass custom manufacturing projects such as hearing aids and dental applications.

These printers delivery an accuracy of 0.001-0.002 inches (0.025 – 0.05mm) per inch of part dimension and very fast printing speeds.  Each printer is delivered with the 3D Manage software that enables easy build job setup, build optimization tools, parts stacking and nesting, and job monitoring.

10 x 10 x 10 inch (250 x 250 x 250 mm) net build volume.

0.125mm layers with the ProJet 6000 HD in XHD mode

0.001-0.002 inch (0.025-0.05 mm) accuracy per inch of part dimension

3D Manage print software provided

Build Material

VisiJet SL HiTemp
VisiJet SL Black
VisiJet SL Clear
VisiJet SL Flex
VisiJet SL Impact
VisiJet SL Jewel
VisiJet SL Tough

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VisiJet SL Black, VisiJet SL Clear, VisiJet SL Flex, VisiJet SL HiTemp, VisiJet SL Impact, VisiJet SL Jewel, VisiJet SL Tough