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Technical details

Print technology: FFF – Fused Filament Fabrication
Compatible materials: see the full list > 
Working surface: 500 x 500 x 500 mm
Layer height: 140 micrometers – 300 micrometers
Heads: 2 extruder modules, liquid-cooled
Chamber: aluminium, enclosed and heated chamber
Working platform: heated glass surface
Maximum head temperature: 360 °C
Operating temperature: 20-35 °C
Filament diameter: 1,75 mm
Head diameter : 0,4 mm
Connection: SD card
User interface: 7-inches LCD touch screen
Patent applications: Liquid-cooled printer head for 3D printing

Machine weight: ~ 150 kg
Shipping weight: ~ 190 kg
Machine dimensions: 1070 x 770 x 1200 mm / 42,13’’ x 30,31’’ x 47,24’’

Power Source: 110/230V, 50/60 Hz
Max power consumption: 2,2 kW

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Factory 2.0 Production System comes with full license for Simplify3D Software, one of the most advanced 3D printing solution available on the market.

For best user experience specially developed profiles are available for download, allowing you to choose one of pre-configured material, quality and support options.

Unlock stunning print possibilities with these revolutionary features:
  • Intelligent support structures
  • Variable slice settings
  • Animated print preview
  • Advanced multi-part printing
  • Fine outline, thick infill
  • Complete control over the start point seam
Only Simplify3D Software is fully compatible with Factory 2.0 Production System.
For more information visit: http://www.simplify3d.com/
File formats: *.stl/ *.obj
System Requirements: Intel Pentium 4 or higher processor, 2GB or more of RAM, Windows XP or greater, Mac OS X 10.6 or greater, Ubuntu Linux 12.10 or greater, OpenGL 2.0 capable system

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WHAT IS 3D PRINTING

3D printing is a process of creating three-dimensional objects that have been designed digitally. The printing takes place by laying down subsequent layers of a defined shape. 3D printing may be used in various industrial branches, such as architecture, fashion and design. The possibilities are unlimited!

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Creating an object starts from the project of a 3D model in a CAD software. Then, the model is loaded to the printer’s slicing software in the *.STL file format, which is transformed into G-code. The code contains commands read by the printer. Communication with the computer is done with the use of SD card.

AREAS OF USE

  • production of parts
  • manufacturing of tools
  • rapid prototyping
  • low volume production
  • personalized production

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