3D Systems Reduces Price on ProX SLS 500 to Expand 3D Printing Market
ROCK HILL, S.C., April 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) today announced a price drop of more than 30 percent1 of its production-ready ProX® SLS 500 3D printing system in North America and Europe, an aggressive move to increase market share and drive adoption of the technology as companies look to shift production to additive manufacturing. New system pricing for customers starts at $270,000 and €250,000.1
Featuring one of the broadest portfolios of materials available, 3D Systems’ SLS technology delivers exceptional versatility for printing a wide range of parts and build sizes from interior components for airplanes to large production tooling for high-volume manufacturing to small patient-specific medical devices.
3D Systems’ ProX SLS 500 uses a wide range of DuraForm® materials from tough nylon for production parts, to high-temperature resistant fiber-reinforced engineering plastic, to glass-filled engineering plastic for excellent stiffness. DuraForm plastics have been optimized, validated and tested to offer an exceptional combination of surface detail, part strength, and durability for end-use parts.
Additionally, the ProX SLS 500 has high materials recyclability. Up to 95 percent2 of material used in a build is turned into parts, resulting in minimal waste and lower part cost. Automated material handling and production tools streamline workflows.
More information on 3D Systems’ ProX 500 SLS 3D printer is available here.