# Objet30 Pro vs Objet30 Prime

Hi,everyone,

I was just wondering what are the differences between Objet30 Pro and Objet30 Prime.

Can somebody explain which one is better and what is the cost difference between both?

Thanks,

Det

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Hello Det, Prime let’s you print rubber-like, plus you get the option of printing at 16, 28 or 36 micron layer thickness. 36 micron is a cool option as it allows faster builds(less layers needed) but you still get excellent surface finish. Also no other Stratasys machine offers that layer thickness option. Prime is also more efficient in material changeover. It take less time and you save money (around 40$+/- 10$ if had to guess) in material purging. Lastly it let’s you run fullcure 720, which is about 15% cheaper than all the other polyjet materials. It is transparent Amber and has comparable material properties to the normal Vero materials. Difference is around 10 - 15k depending. Any other questions let me know. Source: I sell Stratasys machines in the NY area. - Jim

The Objet 30 Prime is the most recent model of the Objet desig Series. You can use Med 610 (bio-compatible material) and Tango (rubber-like materials tith different Shore A hardness). As a new feature it has 3 printing mode, normal, fast and draft. Objet 30 pro is quite cheaper.

Carlo www.justprint3d.it

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Hi Det,

I use a 30 Objet pro and roughly
speaking , there are two differences in these two printers :

1 ) With the Prime you can print Med610 - material is biocompatible
2 ) the Objet 30 Prime may be several materials with 16 microns print - the Objet 30 Pro makes only the VeroClear

Price difference in Austria, the Prime is more expensive by about € 10.000Kind regards

Thomas

Hi,everyone,

But i still can’t find a good info about the price - some sources say for Pro between 10 and 50K USD, but it is too wide limit for me.

BR,

Det

Hi Det,

in Austria the price for the Pro is € 27.000 and the Prime costs around € 35.000 - both prices are without tax and material !

Kind regards Thomas

Thanks a lot, Thomas,

Now i know at least approx what to expect, when i ask for a quote.

BR,

Det