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Objet 3D Printing Webinar!

Wednesday, September 26

Is This For You?

Have you ever wanted to know more about how Objet Printers work? Are you curious as to where 3D Printing could fit into your design process? Is your company currently doing any prototyping? If so, you need to check out this Webinar!
Objet 3D Printing Webinar

Webinar Details

Date: Wednesday September 26

Time: 10AM and 2PM

Subject: Objet 3D Printing Technology

Presenter: Janice Callahan, Account Manager

Click Here to Register!



In the meantime, check out this video that explains 3D Printing in 37 seconds!


Looking for Somewhere to 3D Print Your Next Great Idea?

Check out our Rapid Prototyping Services!

We are the ONLY company in OK to have an Objet Connex 3D Printer in-house!

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Did you know our printer can print multi-material parts AND a mixed tray of parts in different materials in a single build?

Quick Facts:

Rapid Prototyping Services Quick Facts Table

Materials Available:

There are over 100 possible material combinations!

  • FullCure 720 Transparent material
  • Rigid Opaque material (White, Blue, Gray, Black)
  • DurusWhite Polypropylene-like material
  • Rubber-Like Flexible material (Black, Gray)
  • ABS-Like Material
  • High Temperature Material

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Click here for a full list of materials and properties

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What Could YOU Do With Over 100 3D Printing Materials??


3D Printed Classic Cars in Multiple Materials

Objet, the innovation leader in 3D printing for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing has announced 39 new ‘Digital Materials’ available with its Objet Connex range of multi-material 3D printing systems. This development places Objet customers at the forefront of additive manufacturing in terms of range of possible printing materials to choose from.

Customers can now select from 107 materials ranging from rigid to rubber-like substances in terms of texture, standard to ABS-grade engineering plastic in terms of toughness, as well as from transparent to opaque, in terms of clarity and shades.

3D Printed Keyboard in Transparent and Black Materials

                                   For more details on Objet Materials, click here.

90 of the 107 materials made available by Objet are ‘Digital Materials’, derived by the composite mixing of primary Objet materials. This enables designers, engineers and manufacturers to simulate very precise material properties to closely resemble their intended end-product with the greatest level of realism.

The use of the Objet Connex multi-material 3D printer allows users to also combine up to 14 of these materials; such as rigid and flexible, or opaque and transparent materials, at the same time in a single consistent model.


Check out this link for the full story, which includes a video on all the material combinations!

New Year, New Printers, New Materials

EngATech, your local Objet dealer, is here to fill you in on all the details about the new Objet24 and Objet30 rapid prototyping machines as well as the new materials coming out this year.

Available next month, the Objet24 3D printer has a 9.45”x7.87”x5.9” build tray & will be able to print the ABS-like rigid material VeroWhitePlus.  Also available next month, & compatible with the new VeroWhitePlus material, is the Objet30 system.   The Objet30 is very similar to the popular Alaris30 machine with the same 11.81”x7.87”x5.9” build tray but the Objet30 3D printer is able to print 5 different model materials – VeroWhitePlus, VeroGray, VeroBlue, VeroBlack, & DurusWhite (a Polypropylene Thermoplastic Polymer similar to the material flip-top bottles and milk jugs are made from).

New machines equal new materials this year & we’ve got four – VeroWhitePlus, VeroClear, Helios, & DM AB.  Available for all of the Objet machines will be the VeroWhitePlus, an ABS-like rigid material with a higher temperature & humidity resistance than the standard VeroWhite material in use currently.  Compatible with the Eden & Connex machines, the VeroClear is a glass-clear rigid material that will be coming out later this year along with Helios – a rigid material capable of reaching temperatures up to 176*F/80*C with a quick thermal post cure operation.  Finally, we can expect to see a new Connex material called DM AB released later this year that will be our strongest rigid material with the ability to withstand temperatures up to 190*F after a quick thermal post cure operation.

Whether you’re searching for a rapid prototyping machine of your own or a prototyping service bureau to assist with your 3D prints, EngATech has it all.  Visit our website: to learn more.  And keep a lookout for our new machines & materials as they are released this year.

Upcoming 3D Printing Seminar in Tulsa – August 20th

We will be having an Objet 3D Printing seminar next week. If you have ever been interested in rapid prototyping machines or prototypes, you should come.    Take a tour of our 3D printing lab and see for yourself how the details create the design.

Seminar Details:

  • Friday, August 20th
  • 1:00-2:00pm
  • Tulsa, OK

For a sneak peak check out this video.

Registration is required for this event as seating is limited, you can register anytime from our website.

2010 Innovator of the Year Finalist

Recently The Journal Record hosted the 2010 Innovator of the Year awards ceremony to help celebrate business innovation by honoring Oklahomans who set themselves apart with products and services that change the marketplace and make the state a better place to live and work.  EngATech Inc. was recognized with the 2010 Innovator of the Year Finalist award for providing 3D printing solutions to engineering and design companies.  Below is a snapshot of the profile they did on us.  Check out the full article on our news page.

In the field of industrial and high-end product design, achieving highly accurate fit, function and form testing is as essential as confidentiality. EngATech’s decision last year to add the Objet Alaris30 3D printing system to its line of products and services was aimed at helping its clients get their inventions to market faster and cheaper.  “The Objet 3D printing technology allows users to create ideas in a 3D CAD system and then just “print” it out. But instead of it printing in two dimensions on paper, it prints in 3D as a plastic part that can be taken out of the system to hold, test, show off, etc,” said Slaton.

EngATech’s new 3D printing solutions help companies catch costly errors early on, saving them time and money. After designing a product, it is ideal to test it out with a prototype to make sure everything is accurate. With these machines in-house, companies can maintain confidentiality of their designs and with the speed and low-cost of parts, can do many basic fit/form/function checks early on in the design process.

“Because of the level of our technology, we can boast higher detail, dimensional accuracy, speed and most importantly office-friendliness than our competitors.  Previously, prototyping was either accurate, but not strong, or strong, but not as accurate, and you had to send your electronic files off and have your prototypes shipped to you. Now you can have accurate and strong parts, but more than that have the technology right at your own desk,” Slaton said.

EngATech is the sole distributor of Objet’s 3D printing system in the five-state region consisting of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi.