Looking back on many years of experience in mechanical engineering, HAGE3D, a company based in Styria, Austria, ventured into the additive market in 2019. Since then, the company has been offering a variety of different serial models and special solutions, which ensure not only high reliability and precision but also constant availability of spare parts and corresponding services. Besides the HAGE3D 175C, the series of printers also includes models MEX ONE and the HAGE3D 140L. All of these models promise cheaper and faster large-format printing thanks to a granulated printhead, as well as reliable printing processes thanks to in-house process development. In addition to that, the models also allow long-term round-the-clock operation, which is ensured by robust mechanical engineering. HAGE3D 175C relies on large installation space, a high build rate, and the possibility of integrating the HAGE3D Multi DSD.
Technical features of the HAGE3D 175C
With its 1,200 x 1,200 x 1,200 mm build envelope that can be heated to a total of 80 degrees, the HAGE3D 175C boasts a print speed of 300 mm/s. Likewise, users of the 3D printer can enjoy its smart stop-and-go feature, which allows them to easily stop printing. With a nozzle diameter of 0.2 to 1.0 mm, the technology comes up with a print speed of up to 250 mm/s, although it depends on the geometry and material. Just like HAGE3D’s other series models, the HAGE3D 175C is compatible with a wide range of materials, although it is not manufacturer-specific here.
The highlights of the HAGE3D 175C include automatic print bed calibration via multi-point topography measurement, powerful and targeted component cooling with up to 4.8 m3/h as well as the adjustment of print parameters in real time thanks to the override function. In addition, the HAGE3D machine convinces with automated mail notifications about filament refill and multi-level user rights concept.