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3D Proven Systems is a territory and national reseller for some of the best names in the industry. We are dedicated to offering our customers the best equipment, the best service, and the best team of experts for any possible application.

Scroll down, click a logo below, or use the index tabs on the right hand side of the page to browse some of the manufacturers we represent. If you are interested in purchasing a printer or scanner, contact us to request a quote. All quotes are at no cost and no obligation.

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3D Systems

The world's original manufacturer and pioneer of the entire industry, 3D Systems is the true forerunner of all 3D Printing and continually on the cutting edge. They are known for producing high grade, professional and production machines which aim to offer advanced solutions in manufacturing processes for businesses and organizations.

 
 

CJP: Color Jet Printing

CJP uses cmy or cmyk color ink, gypsum, and binder to produce stunning ceramic-like prints in full color. It is one of only three existing technologies currently capable of offering full color parts. CJP's greatest strengths are in its versatility of applications and the technology itself. Thanks to the process by which it functions, these printers can create complex geometries in a single build without supports. They are an excellent choice for any application in which color aesthetics are critical, often product prototyping and concept models. As the phenomenon of scanning and printing people, to create unique keepsakes, has grown this technology has been the go-to choice. A variety of treatments and infusions can be used to greatly increase part strength.  

These are ideal printers for anyone needing to produce full color models, or highly specialized parts for semi-functional to functional use.      

This line of equipment, aside from being full color, is most noteworthy for fast build times, large build volumes, and low part cost. 

Click HERE if you'd like to learn more about the CJP line of printers, technical specifications, material types, and ordering.

 

MJP: Multi Jet Printing

Unparalleled in its accuracy, tolerances, quality, and ability to capture the finest details, Multi Jet technology is one of the crown jewels in modern technology. Offering durable resins which are cured using UV light, and supported with meltable wax, single prints can produce functional parts with working mechanics and internal geometries. 

These are ideal printers for anyone looking at creating durable parts with true-to-CAD accuracy, microns-fine details, and the best surface finish in the industry. MJP also makes an excellent fit for the jewelry industry.

This line of equipment is most noteworthy for its ability to create working mechanics, elastomeric materials, multi-material builds, and castable materials. 

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SLA: Stereolithography

The original 3D Printing technology, SLA offers very high quality surface finish and accuracy. 3D Systems specializes in SLA printers with some of the largest build volumes currently available, as well as a unique line of materials   

These are ideal printers for anyone looking at parts with true-to-CAD accuracy, microns-fine details, and large volumes. SLA offers a great solution for prototyping, aesthetic models requiring finishing, masters for mold making, and specialized end-use. 

This line of equipment is most noteworthy for its large build volumes, durable part quality, and ability to capture fine detail and small features. 

Click HERE if you'd like to learn more about the SLA line of printers, technical specifications, material types, and ordering.

 

SLS: Selective Laser Sintering

Selective laser sinterining fuses very fine plastic powders at a molecular level to create very durable, very heat resistant parts. 

These are ideal printers for anyone looking at parts with true-to-CAD accuracy, microns-fine details, and very large volumes. SLS produces parts with some of the most versatile applictions. 

This line of equipment is most noteworthy for its very large build volumes, toughest part quality, heat resistance, and the fact that SLS parts are generally well suited for many end-use applications. 

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Milkshake 3D

Orbi Labs may be one of the newer companies in the industry, but their "Milkshake" 3D Printer is one of the most impressive models on the market. They currently specialize in a single, desktop DLP unit, which immediately stands out due to its enormous build volume and a price tag that puts in within reach of just about anyone looking for professional grade equipment. 

 
 

DLP/SLA

The Milkshake is a DLP/SLA technology. It uses adjustable focal lengths of white light to cure liquid resin into a a solid part, layer by layer. The resulting prints from the Milkshake are capable of holding a very high level of detail and small feature size, and even picks up very fine textures. While most obviously an ideal printer for anyone producing art, or parts relying primarily on stunning aesthetics, the Milkshake also excels at mechanical components, and geometric forms.   

This is an ideal printer for anyone interested in producing parts that require a very high quality surface finish and fine detail. Industries like the arts, prop making, jewelry production, education, product design, and prototyping are obvious good fits, and just a few examples. The Milkshake is a fantastic piece of equipment for anyone looking at getting serious about 3D Printing.  

It is most noteworthy for it's very large build volume and comparatively low price tag. 

Click HERE if you'd like to learn more about the Milkshake's technical specifications, material options, and ordering.

 
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Airwolf 3D

If you're looking for filament, we've got you covered with Airwolf. Anyone with any experience knows that FDM, while great, can have a lot of drawbacks: Too much hands on work, inconsistent results, and consistent print failure just to name a few. That's why we love Airwolf 3D. They've perfected machines that perform again and again. While filament printers are most often labeled as suitable for hobbyists and consumers, Airwolf printers are great for professional use.  

 
 

FDM: Thermoplastic Filament Printers

Probably the most well known 3D Printing technology currently in existence, FDM printing is also the most widespread. These printers extrude heated plastics in a series of layers in order to build a part. Imagine something like a hot glue gun. Commonly used by individuals and hobbyists, filament printing can benefit specific professional applications, but does inherently best fill the role of a prototyping technology or specialized end use fitting very defined parameters as per material type and part design. It does offer the widest possible range of material options ranging from ABS plastic all the way to exotics like carbon-fiber infill and even metal infill.    

It is an ideal 3D Printing technology for classrooms, basic prototyping, specialized end use requiring thermoplastics, and very low cost parts. Filament printing also offers very large build envelopes, among the biggest currently in existence outside very high end technologies.    

Filament printers are most noteworthy for their expansive materials options and very low part cost. 

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Mcor Technologies

The world's original manufacturer and pioneers of the entire industry, 3D Systems is the true forerunner of all 3D Printing and continually on the cutting edge. They are known for producing high grade, professional and production machines.

 
 

SDL: Selective Deposition Lamination

If this isn't a type of technology you've heard of, we're not terribly surprised, but we're glad you're learning about it here. Imagine if you could 3D Print gorgeous parts in photo realistic color using office paper. That's exactly what SDL printing does. Aside from standing out as completely unlike any other material type and any other color quality, Mcor's paper printers can create objects that have a surprising amount of durability and even functionality, if they're properly post-processed. 

Mcor's printers are ideal for aesthetic models, props, or any application in which photo-realistic color is the go-to factor. 

These machines are most noteworthy for their exotic, very low-cost material. 

Click Here if you'd like to learn more about Mcor's range of 3D Printers, material options, technical specifications, and ordering. 

 
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