The Stratasys Eden 333 builds rapid prototypes from proprietary ultraviolet (UV) plastics. It can produce smooth surface/fine-featured prototypes very quickly and with minimum post-build cleanup.
The Eden 333 uses photopolymer jetting technology to precisely deposit UV resins in fine layers down to 16 microns. Parts up to 336x326x200 mm can be built in this machine.
Studio software suggests the build orientation based on part size or required build speed, then automatically processes the STL files and generates necessary support structures in real time. The software creates a precise path for eight jetting heads to simultaneously deposit UV plastic and a second, gel-like UV plastic material for any necessary support structures. The latter is brushed off with water or removed by water jets.