Stronger, Larger, Lighter
With the arrival of the X3 and X5 printers, industrial strength printing is financially attainable for every manufacturing business, allowing them to better compete on a global stage. The X3 is powered by the incredible material strength and stiffness of Onyx and it strictly prints engineering grade thermoplastic fiber parts. The X5 adds the ability to reinforce an Onyx part with a strand of continuous fiberglass, making it 19x stronger and 10x stiffer than traditional plastics.
With features that make it easier than ever to leverage the advantages of 3D printing — such as True-Leveling, wifi connectivity, wireless control, and an integrated user interface — the M3 comes in two distinct formats targeting both advanced and new users: M3 Independent Dual (M3-ID) and M3 Single Extrusion (M3-SE). For businesses and professionals looking for the most advanced functionality available, the M3 Independent Dual offers a faster, more efficient, and more reliable solution to the growing demand for multi-material and soluble-material 3D printing.
Designed to produce ultra-accurate, directly castable wax patterns, the S500 along with new castable material, Midas, and dissolvable support material, Melt-I, dramatically shortens production time and can eliminate the need for expensive tooling. The S500 is ideal for industrial casting manufacturers who produce high precision complex parts where dimensional accuracy and superior external and internal surface finishes are critical.
Pilot 3D Printer
Model One, a pilot 3D printing machine is hoping to revolutionize high-volume manufacturing by creating a printer that can print functional parts, at scale, with the widest range of materials. The Model One is able to create parts that can be up to 10x stronger than current 3D printers. This 3D printer will potentially be able to allow companies to improve production speeds by 100x faster than current methods.
The NEVA 3D Printer is affordable and accessible to all and is easy to use. This printer is controlled with ONE touch button that lets you start/pause/stop the printer anytime you need. To change the color or to replace the filament, just tap the base twice and you're ready to add a new filament.
Faster Printing Times
Aleph Objects, Inc.
The LulzBot TAZ Single Extruder Tool Head v2 has arrived. Built with an all metal LulzBot Hexagon Hot End, this tool head is capable of heating up to to 300°C (572°F), so it easily handles standard filaments like HIPS, PLA, and ABS, as well as advanced filaments including heavy duty nylon, T-Glase, and polycarbonate, and aesthetic varieties of wood- and stone-like filaments.
Mark Two was developed with three goals in mind: a faster fiber printing process, allowing customers to get parts in their hands faster than before; the ability to strengthen smaller features within all parts; and an increased confidence in 3D printing job completion and overall reliability.
Desktop 3D Printer
OverLord Plus is engineered to solve the typical problems of a desktop 3D printer like a clogged nozzle, unstable extruding and loose bottom layers, which contribute to 80% of total failures. Equipped with leveling sensor, the new OverLord Plus can save up to 75% time for auto calibration function, and give repeated accuracy up to 0.05 mm in vertical and 0.4 mm in horizon. User can easily calibrate the printer each time before printing without being extraordinarily patient.
3D Systems' ProX SLS 500 uses a wide range of DuraForm materials from tough nylon for production parts, to high-temperature resistant fiber-reinforced engineering plastic, to glass-filled engineering plastic for excellent stiffness. DuraForm plastics have been optimized, validated and tested to offer an exceptional combination of surface detail, part strength, and durability for end-use parts.
Metal X is the first 3D printer to harness the company's breakthrough additive technology in metal manufacturing – Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing (ADAM). The system allows users to create shapes and geometries that cannot be machined or produced with today's metal printers, opening up new possibilities for lighter parts with advanced built-in functionality.