April 19, 2012

Objet 3D Prints Large-Scale 3D Replica of Fenway Park to Celebrate 100th Anniversary

Objet 3D Prints Large-Scale 3D Replica of Fenway Park to Celebrate 100th Anniversary
Five-foot model to tour Boston beginning today at Game On! And Friday at the Museum of Science, then will be donated to The Sports Museum
Follow the amazing Objet 3D printed Fenway model around its 'victory tour' of Boston Twitter hashtag #3dPrintedFenway

BILLERICA, Mass. April 19, 2012 – To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park, Objet Ltd., the innovation leader in 3D printing for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing, is unveiling a large-scale, 3D-printed replica of the celebrated ballpark. Designed in 3D software, using blueprints and up-to-date images, the 3' x 5' replica captures even the finest details of Fenway, from the Green Monster and Pesky Pole to the exact number of lights and famed, red Ted Williams seat in right field.  Objet 3D Printed Fenway Park, looking back at home plate 

The 3D replica, which was printed on an Objet Connex500 multi-material 3D printer at the company’s North American headquarters in Billerica, is about 1/200th scale, includes 40 separate printed sections and weighs about 105 pounds. The model will be on display this week and in the coming months through Boston. 
 
On April 19, the Fenway replica will be on display at Game On!, where it will join other Fenway memorabilia on display during the Fenway 100 Magazine Launch Event hosted by the Boston Globe. There, columnist Dan Shaughnessy will moderate a panel discussion with former players, historians and fans, including Bill Lee, Ken Casey, John Powers and Dick Johnson. Objet 3D Printed Fenway Park, with views of Green Monster and Pesky’s Pole 
On April 20, the 3D-printed replica will be on display at the Museum of Science for an hour-long demonstration of 3D printing. Objet then will donate the 3D print to the Boston Sports Museum. 
 
“As longtime Red Sox fans, and frequent visitors to Fenway, we wanted to celebrate this historic event by sharing something that all fans could appreciate,’’ said Bruce Bradshaw, Director of U.S. Marketing for Objet. “Objet’s printers are used by architecture firms around the world to create incredibly detailed models in mere hours rather than weeks; so it seemed a natural fit for us to use this technology to recreate Fenway and deliver it to people throughout Boston.”Objet 3D Printed Fenway Park, with views of Green Monster and Pesky’s Pole. 
You can follow the amazing 3D printed Fenway model around its 'victory tour' of Boston starting today, Thursday the 19th.
 
Morning, April 19th - Check out the 3D printed Fenway model on Fox 25 Morning News (at around 9.30 am) 
Evening, April 19th - See the 3D printed Fenway model at the Game On! bar/restaurant opposite Fenway park (from 6pm – 9pm) 
Afternoon, April 20th - the model will be on display at the Museum of Science in Boston for a 3D printing demo (at 12.30 mid-day) 
 
An emerging technology, 3D printing is used by companies to prototype products in a range of industries, from medical to automotive, architecture to education, consumer goods and electronics, defense, dental, visual effects and footwear. With a unique range of close to 70 materials, Objet’s advanced 3D printing systems enable professionals to build prototypes that accurately simulate the true look, feel and function of an end product. 
 
 
About Objet
Objet Ltd. 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 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 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 about 70 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™ 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™ featuring unique mechanical and thermal properties. 
Objet’s range of about 70 3D printing materials simulate properties ranging from rigid to rubber-like, transparent to opaque and standard to ABS-grade engineering plastics, with a large number of in-between shore grades and shades. 
 
Objet’s 3D printers 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 www.objet.com, and for more about 3D printing industry-related news, business issues and trends, read the Objet blog. 
 
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