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A New Record in 3D Printing! The 100 Material Range Barrier has Been Broken by Objet!

June 19, 2012

REHOVOT, Israel, June 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –

        - Objet expands material range to 107 including 39 new 'Digital Material'
          composites for the Objet Connex Multi-Material 3D Printing Systems
        - Objet Connex Multi-material 3D Printers can include up to 14 different
          material properties in the same model - unique to the industry
        - Objet's 107 materials - video clip
          [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvuXKS6i4iw&feature=youtu.be ]

Objet Ltd [http://www.objet.com ]., the innovation leader in 3D printing for rapid
prototyping [http://www.objet.com/RESOURCES/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.

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90 of the 107 materials made available by Objet are ‘Digital Materials
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials/Overview/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 [http://www.objet.com/3D-Printer/Objet_Connex_Family ] 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.

According to David Reis, CEO for Objet, “With 39 new Digital Materials, Objet have
become the first 3D printing company to break the 100 materials barrier. Considering that
we had half this number just a few short years ago, this growth in material choice
confirms our commitment to consistently deliver new and enhanced material properties to
our customers,” explains Reis. These new materials will be used by design and
manufacturing companies in virtually every industry segment and in every stage of their
product prototyping process from form modeling to fit testing and functional verification.

The company has also today launched two new material enhancements. It now offers a new
and improved Objet Rigid Black material (Objet VeroBlackPlus) providing increased
dimensional stability and surface smoothness for all-purpose rapid prototyping
applications.* Objet’s 2011-released High Temperature material, offering the high thermal
functionality of engineering plastics will be available on all Objet Connex
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printer/Objet_Connex_Family ] and Objet EdenV 3D Printers
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printer/Objet_Eden_Family ] and the new Objet30 Pro Desktop 3D
Printer [http://www.objet.com/3D-Printer/Objet_Desktop_Family ].

About Objet Digital Materials

Objet’s Digital Materials
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials/Overview/Digital_Materials ](TM) are
multi-phase composite materials fabricated by the Objet Connex 3D printing system. The
main purpose of Digital Materials is to combine different materials to produce a new
material with new attributes that are not available in the separate individual

Objet’s Digital Materials are generated on-the-fly based on the two distinct
cartridge-based materials that are installed in the system.

The Objet Connex family of 3D printers is able to simultaneously print two resin
materials to create nearly 90 different types of Digital Materials. Together with an
initial choice of 17 cartridge-ready materials, this gives users an overall choice of 107
different materials and composite material combinations.

Resources for Media

Video: Objet’s 107 Materials in Action
[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvuXKS6i4iw&feature=youtu.be ]

Press Kit [http://www.objet.com/107 ] for Media

White Paper: 10 Reasons Why Multi-Material 3D Printing is Better for your Product
Design & Development [http://www.objet.com/Portals/0/docs2/WP_Objet_107_Materials_.pdf ]

Video: Objet260 Connex in Action
[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbRlDBScDz4&list=PL871FB7F2FE19494D&index=6&feature=plcp ]

Website: Objet’s Range of 3D Printing Materials
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials ]

Website: Objet Connex Multi-Material 3D Printers
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printer/Objet_Connex_Family ]

*Availability initially limited to specific regions.

DISCLAIMER: Objet Ltd. does not guarantee the final release and availability of
materials, products and/or features referred to herein. Materials will be released subject
to Objet’s sole discretion. Not all released materials are currently available for all
platforms/systems. Objet will update its website further to releases become available
and/or compatible with specific platforms/systems.

About Objet

Objet Ltd. [http://www.objet.com ], is a leading provider of high quality, cost
effective inkjet-based 3D printing systems and materials. A global company, Objet has
offices in North America, Europe, Japan, China, Hong Kong, and India.

Objet’s 3D printing systems and 3D printing materials are ideal for any company
involved in the manufacture or design of physical products using 3D software or other 3D
content. Companies using Objet’s solutions can be typically found in sectors
[http://www.objet.com/INDUSTRIES ] such as consumer goods & electronics, aerospace &
defense, automotive, education, dental, medical and medical devices, architecture,
industrial machinery, footwear, sporting goods, toys and service bureaus.

Founded in 1998, the company has thousands of customers
[http://www.objet.com/RESOURCES/Case_Studies ] worldwide including a substantial share of
the relevant Fortune 100 and Fortune 500. Its award-winning technology (13 awards in 8
years) is based upon over 110 patents and patent pending inventions.

Objet’s advanced 3D printing systems and range of over 100 materials
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials ] enable professionals to build prototypes that
accurately simulate the true look, feel and function of an end-product, even complex,
assembled goods. The Objet Connex [http://www.objet.com/3D-Printer/Objet_Connex_Family
](TM) line of multi-material 3D printers features the world’s only technology to
simultaneously jet 2 materials. With this, users can print many different materials into a
single part and print various mixed parts on the same build tray. Users can also create
advanced composite materials, or Digital Materials
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials/Overview/Digital_Materials ](TM) featuring
unique mechanical and thermal properties. Objet’s range of over 100 3D printing materials
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials ] simulate properties ranging from rigid
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials/Overview/Rigid_Opaque ] to rubber-like
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials/Overview/Rubber-like ], transparent
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials/Overview/Transparent ] to opaque and standard
to ABS-grade engineering plastics
[http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Materials/Overview/ABS-like ], with a large number of
in-between shore grades and shades.

Objet’s 3D printers [http://www.objet.com/3D-Printer/Products_Overview ] are available
in a range of form-factors, from cost-effective desktop 3D printers ideal for entry-level
professionals all the way to industrial-scale multi-material machines for front-line
designers and top manufacturers. Objet’s 3D printers feature the industry’s
highest-resolution 3D printing quality, based on 16-micron (0.0006 in.) super-thin
layering, wide material versatility, office friendliness and ease of operation.

For more information, visit us at http://www.objet.com, and for more about 3D
printing industry-related news, business issues and trends, read the Objet blog
[http://blog.objet.com ].

(c) 2012 Objet, Objet24, Objet30, Objet30 Pro, Objet Studio, Quadra, QuadraTempo,
FullCure, SHR, Eden, Eden250, Eden260, Eden260V, Eden330, Eden350, Eden350V, Eden500V, Job
Manager, CADMatrix, Connex, Connex260, Connex350, Connex500, Alaris, Alaris30, PolyLog,
TangoBlack, TangoGray, TangoPlus, TangoBlackPlus, VeroBlue, VeroBlack, VeroBlackPlus,
VeroClear, VeroDent, VeroGray, VeroWhite, VeroWhitePlus, Durus, Digital Materials,
PolyJet, PolyJet Matrix, ABS-like and ObjetGreen are trademarks or registered trademarks
of Objet Ltd. and may be registered in certain jurisdictions. All other trademarks belong
to their respective owners.

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