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Figure 4 Standalone
Replace Traditional Moulding

Figure 4 Standalone

Low volume production and fast prototyping in the tens and hundreds of parts per month

Capable of digital texturing that rivals injection molded part quality without the time and cost of tooling, Figure 4 Standalone is compatible with a variety of robust materials. Featuring a manual material feed, Figure 4 Standalone is augmented with separate post-processing units available for cleaning, drying and curing.

Range of Materials 
The Figure 4 Standalone materials are especially developed for the production of end-use parts and for fast prototyping applications. Use the Figure 4 TOUGH-GRY 10 high speed, rigid, dark gray material or the Figure 4 TOUGH-GRY 15 rigid gray material for production applications, Figure 4 ELAST-BLK 10 elastomeric black material for design and test applications and Figure 4 JCAST-GRN 10 castable green material for jewelry applications.

APPLICATIONS:

  • Replacement of traditional molding and cast urethane processes
  • Rapid functional prototyping and fast concept models
  • Optimized for investment casting patterns for jewelry
  • Clean and easy burnout with gypsum investments
  • Amazing surface quality for jewelry applications
  • Grommets, seals, hoses, weather sealing, soft touch robotics, keypads, spacers, vibration dampening component parts

FEATURES:

  • Non-contact membrane Digital Light Printing (DLP) technology
  • Printable Build Volume (W x D x H): 124.8 x 70.2 x 196 mm (4.9 x 2.8 x 7.7 in)
  • Industry-leading 3D Sprint software for file preparation and production
  • Cloud connectivity for predictive and prompt service with 3D Connect capability
  • Production-grade materials
  • Compact printer footprint
  • Manual material feed
  • Separate, manual post-curing unit, required
  • BENEFITS:

    • Affordable initial investment
    • High throughput vs. competitive 3D printing technologies
    • Industrial-grade durability
    • Print and use same day
    • Low total cost of operations
    • Application flexibility
    • Efficient design iteration
    • Six Sigma quality and repeatability