Konica Minolta gets into 3D

Konica Minolta has signed a deal with 3D Systems to distribute their portfolio of 3D printers through its dealers and resellers.
Konica Minolta says it is planing to focus on print bureaus, as well as education, manufacturing, architects and print bureau.

George Fryer, general manager production sales at Konica Minolta, says: “We are excited to be able to work with a recognised industry leader, offering the most comprehensive suite of 3D printers and services in Australia. Our goal is to arm our nationwide, sales organisation with products, solutions and services that help our customers grow their business and gain a competitive edge.”

Some of the products that Konica Minolta is showing at PrintEx, which opens its doors today at Sydney Olympic Park until Friday, May 15, include the ProJet 3500 series professional 3D printer, which the company says is ideal for engineering, manufacturing and mechanical environments. Konica says the ProJet 3500 series prints high-quality, durable plastic parts with accurate and high-resolution.

“This printer series is ideal for rapid manufacturing, functional testing, design communication, rapid tooling and more.

The ProJet 660 Professional 3D printer, which targets consumer products, healthcare, education and other vertical market customers that are interested in printing full-colour, photo-realistic models for product design, prototypes, assemblies and colour concept models, will also be showcased.

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