This is the FORTUS 450, this is our largest printer. It prints in our strongest materials for the plastics lab. This is made out of ultum, which is a very high density, high strength, high temperature material for plastic. It extrudes at about 350 Celsius, which is about 600 degrees Fahrenheit. It prints in this enclosure in here; this is actually an oven and even when printing, the temperature inside here is about 325 degrees Fahrenheit. This material we like because it is vacuum safe, we can put it in a vacuum chamber and it doesn’t outgas. It is also about as strong as aluminum, so it makes good structural parts. We use this for a lot of things like this that are brackets that we use in the lab. This is actually to hold cameras outside a window on a vacuum chamber. We’ve also used it to make parts that are less about a bracket. This is a nozzle prototype for a rocket engine, we mainly printed this in the ultum because we wanted the high quality print and to make sure it will come out well so when we printed it in a metal printer, we will have confidence in the outcome. Because one of the things all the plastic printers have is that they are all much cheaper to use than our metal printer. So if we have a part that we’re not quite sure is going to work out, we want to print it in plastic first.