Rapid prototyping

Prototyping technology which enables  CAD files prepared in the computer to be transformed into tangible physical models, provides the physical, visual, ergonomic and mechanical analysis of the designs prior to production.
EDEN 260 working with a 16 micron layer thickness can build thin walls upto 0.6 mm, can easily form smooth surfaces and finest details including the most complicated geometries. Examples of fields in which EDEN 260 is specialized
  • As main model in silicone casting
  • As main model in aluminium epoxy casting
  • As main model in precision casting
  • In medical applications
  • In jewellery field
  • Mobile parts
  • Architectural models
  • Display models

OBJECT Eden260 RPM System Specifications
| polyjet technology
| 16 micron layers
| high building speed
| highly accurate
| fine details & thin walls
| smooth surfaces
| easy coloring & finishing

production dimensions  
258 x 250 x 205 mm
production technology   PolyJet inkjet technology works by jetting state of the art photopolymer materials in ultra-thin layers (16µ) onto a build tray layer by layer until the part is completed. Each photopolymer layer is cured by UV light immediately after it is jetted, producing fully cured models that can be handled and used immediately, without post-curing.
material Fullcure 720; suitable for pasting, surface processing and painting procedures
supportive structures 
Soluble Support System After the part has been built, the supportive material melts with the aid of water jetting and concentrated liquid and is easily removed from the model. With this system, it is possible to produce mobile and one within the other parts at once.
layer thickness  It is possible to produce extremely fine surfaces and mobile parts down to 0.6 mm with the Jetting Layer Accumulation technology
Depending upon the part geometry, accuracy  varies between h_prototipleme_clip_image002_0005 0.1 mm and h_prototipleme_clip_image002_00060.2 mm.
data recognition ability  STL data format