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Desktop 3D printing system from Tasman Machinery

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article image The compact desktop 3D printer with PrintWizard allows users to design products and print
Tasman Machinery has released the new Mojo desktop 3D printer from Stratasys.

The desktop printer includes features aimed at making 3D printing more intuitive and seamless for users.

Like other 3D printers from Stratasys, the unit builds parts through fused deposition modelling (FDM), which is a process that creates resilient plastic parts out of durable and strong ABS thermoplastic.
   
Applications of FDM therefore extend beyond prototyping to include functional tools, fixtures and end-use parts.
   
The printer comes with a print pack which includes PrintWizard software that allows users to design products and print. The print wizard imports the CAD model and steps the user through decisions related to orientation and scaling, and the number of pieces to be built in the cycle.
   
Loading material into the unit is straightforward step that is similar to snapping an inkjet cartridge into an office paper printer.

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