Already looking back on 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. Aside from the MEX ONE, the series of printers also includes models HAGE3D 140 L and the HAGE3D 175C. All of the models in the series 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.
Features of the MEX ONE
The MEX ONE is considered the flagship of HAGE3D’s medium sized industrial printing applications that work with engineering plastics. The 3D printer represents a modular machine platform concept, which combines innovative print heads, high user-friendliness, and at the same time great material flexibility. Thermal decoupling from the heated installation space is ensured thanks to its water-cooled DSD print head, as it enables optimum process reliability in multi-material printing. With a built-in envelope of 400 x 600 x 440 mm and a maximum print bed temperature that is able to reach 180 degrees, users benefit from a high level of material utilization since there is no binding and therefore free choice of manufacturer.
The MEX ONE features a printer head with a nozzle diameter of 0.2 to 0.10 mm, as well as a print speed of up to 150 mm/s, and a print temperature of 450 degrees. Other highlights of the MEX ONE include powerful, targeted component cooling at up to 4.8 m3/h, adjustment of print parameters in real-time thanks to the override function, as well as the mail notification function for filament refill.