ProJet® 5500x Professional 3D Printer
Large, high-quality multi-material parts in a single build.
Have more material options
Print the precise variety of engineered plastic or rubber you need, no assembly required.
Make quality, exact parts
Produce the most detailed, most accurate multi-material parts with superior strength, stability and temperature performance.
Fit your part size requirements
High throughput to quickly print a large variety of small or big precision parts.
The ProJet 5500X features fast build speeds, ease of use, and hands-free post processing, all at lower cost of ownership.
By using less material than similar printers, and a 5-year guarantee on the print head, the ProJet 5500X offers a lower TCO.
Vary tone and clearness
Print stunning clear parts as well as parts in white, black and select shades of grey.
- Print in multiple materials in a single build
- Produces strong, finely detailed, precise parts
- Easy post processing
- Larger net build volume for bigger parts or more parts per build
- Build speeds up to two times faster than other printers in class
Multi-material composite printing in one part, at one time
3D Systems’ ProJet® 5500X uses proven MultiJet Printing (MJP) technology to build the highest quality, most accurate and toughest multi-material parts available. Print finely detailed parts with varying degrees of flexibility, material transparency and color (black, white, or select shades of grey), all from one 3D printer. The ProJet 5500X features the fastest print speeds, a large build volume, and the most convenient print-to-part process, so it’s easier to create parts with engineered plastic or rubber properties.
Using the new VisiJet® Composite materials, the ProJet 5500X offers hundreds of material variations in a single print to precisely match your specifications. With so many options, the ProJet 5500X is perfect for a variety of applications, including overmolded parts, multi-material assemblies, rubber-like components, long-lasting living hinges and high-temperature testing.
ProJet 5500x 3D Production Printer
MultiJet Printing (MJP)
MultiJet 3D Printers (MJP) print thin layers of UV-curable liquid plastic onto a flat platform, using wax to create supports that brace the part during production. UV lamps cure each layer, and the build platform lowers for the next layer. This process continues layer by layer until the part is complete.