Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer Unveiled (video)
Stratasys has this week announced a new addition to their 3D printer range with the unveiling of the Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer which is priced under $10,000 and been designed for professional use.
Statasys says the Mojo 3D Print Pack is the market’s lowest-priced professional-grade complete 3D printing system, priced at $9,900. The Stratasys Mojo measure just 64 x 53 x 46 cm and has a 5 x 5 x 5 inch building platform. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.
The new Mojo 3D printer has been designed to use an innovative alternative to traditional FDM material extrusion machines, and the ABS material spool and the print head are integrated to a single system, called the QuickPack print engine.
Where a fresh print head is used with each material change, to provide reliability, in a similar way to installing an inkjet cartridge on a paper printer. Stratasys VP of Global Marketing Jon Cobb explains:
“The name Mojo implies magic, which is how some describe 3D printing upon first witnessing it,”-“You can buy a less expensive 3D printer, but for the serious designer or engineer, Mojo is the lowest-priced product that offers professional-quality output, comes as a complete package system, and uses industrial-grade thermoplastic material. I expect this will be of interest not just to engineers and educators, but entrepreneurs and independent designers as well.”