Objet 3D Printing: 16 Micron Puzzle Piece for RAPID 2012 Attendees
At the RAPID 2012 show in Atlanta, attendees were given a 3D printed puzzle piece from Objet. Once fit together, the puzzle pieces formed a solid cube.
Objet featured this design on their blog:
For those new to 3D printing, there are 2 things about the Objet model that make it truly unique: ONE is that it features various opaque 3D printed objects suspended within a clear, smooth 3D printed transparent body – yet the entire part is printed in a single step. This is the only technology in the world capable of jetting and segregating different materials within a homogenously grown part.
And TWO is the incredible fine detail resolution achieved!! Check out that micro-scaled skeletal hand, spring coil and Eiffel Tower in relation to the size of the lines on my fingers…
This 3D print was achieved on a Objet Connex using a combination of 16 micron resolution and simultaneous multiple material jetting.
Via Objet blog.