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Solido3D to Exhibit an Unmatched Standard for Office-Compatible 3D Printing Solutions at Euromold 2010

November 15, 2010

ROSH HAAYIN, Israel, November 15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Solido3D Ltd, an
industry leader of desktop 3D printing solutions that provides
office-compatible 3D printers for design, product development and
manufacturing professionals, will exhibit the SD300 Pro desktop 3D printer at
Euromold 2010, held on December 1st-4th, 2010 in Frankfurt, Germany. The
company will exhibit at hall 11, booth # D112 alongside Encee, a partner and
reseller for Solido3D in Germany.

The SD300 Pro 3D printer from Solido revolutionizes the way designers and
engineers use physical models in their workflow, by setting a new standard
for price, performance and ease of use. Featuring the only real
office-compatible solution in the marketplace today, the SD300 Pro was
specifically designed for office use, thus enabling designers to produce
three-dimensional, strong physical properties models directly from 3D CAD
data straight to their desk. The SD300 Pro allows for a quick and reliable
in-house production ofmodels that are perfectly suitable for a wide range of
applications throughout all stages of the design cycle, from concept
development to functional testing and assembly verification. Demonstrating
innovative model building technologies which utilize office-friendly rigid
plastic materials, the SD300 Pro can be easily operated and maintained
without the need for dedicated personnel, and requires no post-build curing
or chemically-supported removal of any kind. “The need for efficiency and
fast turnarounds in design and production is rapidly increasing, and with
that, professionals are constantly seeking for a quality, in-house solution
they can afford,” says Amir Sheinman, Vice President of Marketing at
Solido3D. “We are confident the SD300 Pro offers the leading solution for
this need, by enabling designers to get prototypes to their desk straight
from their own 3D desktop printer, without any additional curing or
maintenance procedures that are usually required with other 3D printing
technologies. We are proud to offer our customers the ability to dramatically
reduce cost of the design process and successfully deliver optimum project
results within an extremely short schedule.”

Founded in 2000, Solido3D is a privately held and venture backed company
with offices in the United States, Europe, and Asia Pacific which operate a
wide network of distribution channels around the globe.

    Contact:

    Yael Cooper
    Corporate Marketing Manager
    P: +972-3-9339733
    yaelc@solido3d.com

http://www.solido3d.eu

SOURCE Solido3D


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