ProJet 7000H

The LaGuardia Studio 3D Print Service offers a range of advanced 3D printing technologies and material options giving clients the ability to design and produce work through additive manufacturing (AM) processes. The LaGuardia Studio offers years of extensive 3D printing experience to university scientists, engineers, medical professionals, designers, artists, and professionals alike who are interested in visualization, prototyping, tooling, or fabricating customized and creative end-use production.

Stratasys J750

The Stratasys J750 is our premium full-color multi-material 3D printer featuring PolyJet print technology. The J750 uses an acrylic-like photopolymer resin that is capable of printing 360,000 colors, from continuous-tone realistic to gradient transitions, in fully functional assembled 3D prints.

The J750’s PolyJet Technology jets layers of UV curable liquid photopolymer slice by slice when printing, allowing for the simultaneous printing of multiple model material types including composite digital materials, in a single build run. The J750's composite materials simulate properties ranging from opaque to transparent, flexible rubber to hard rigid plastics.

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3D Systems ProJet 7000 HD SLA

The 3D Systems ProJet 7000 HD SLA printer is our near-production plastic printer that offers 3D Systems VisJet SL Flex material, which is an ABS-like white plastic featuring high-resolution detail, part accuracy and precision snap-fit assemblies, at an affordable price. The ProJet 7000 HD printer uses a stereolithography (SLA) process, where curable photopolymer resin and an ultraviolet laser are used to build 3D models through cross-section tracing and curing, layer by layer.

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3D Print Service Client Responsibilities

Clients are responsible for the development and preparation of their project’s 3D content. Clients are additionally responsible for project readiness, which includes the organization of project details, direction and objectives. Clients must articulate special requirements for job orders that include unique project conditions, end-use information, critical time frames and formatting considerations.

Change orders occurring after job order submission but prior to printing, may increase job order cost, delay print production turn-around or result in the cancellation of the job order. Change orders occurring after completion of printing require payment in full for the original order and a submission of a new job order with a new corresponding charge fee.