3D Printer : 3DGence DOUBLE P255

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The 3DGence DOUBLE P255, is a 3D printer developed by the Polish manufacturer 3DGence. This is the brand's bet on a 3D printer with a double extruder. It is part of 3DGence's range that also includes the ONE and INDUSTRY F340 3D printers. 3DGence is a company that has grown exponentially since its creation in 2014. Its dual 3D printer allows the user to print with different materials at the same time, including solubles.

3DGence DOUBLE P255, two printing materials at the same time

The 3DGence DOUBLE P255 printer has a print volume of 190 × 255 × 195 mm and a layer resolution of up to 20 microns. As with all machines of the manufacturer, it is possible to change the extrusion heads. This compact machine has a closed printing chamber and a self-calibrating tray. With respect to the materials with which it can manufacture, it can do so with flexible materials, PET, PLA ... in addition to being able to print with soluble materials which gives a great advantage to be used as support material in models with complex geometries.

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Specs :
  • Manufacturer : 3DGence
  • Type : Desktop
  • Country : Poland
  • Material(s) : PLA, ABS, Plastic - others, Special filaments, Soluble (BVOH, HIPS, PVA)
  • Technology : Fused Deposition Modeling
  • Assembled : Plug and Play
  • Size : 631 × 564 × 563 mm
  • Weight (kg) : 26 kg
  • Nozzle diameter (mm) : 0.4 mm
  • Layer thickness : 20
  • Speed (mm/s) :
  • Precision (mm) : 0.4 microns
  • Filament size (mm) : 1.75 mm
  • Maximum build volume (mm) : 190x255x195
  • File types: .stl, .3mf, .obj, .jpg, .bmp
  • Software : 3DGence Slicer
  • Connectivity : USB Cable, SD-Card, USB Key
  • Operating systems : Windows, macOs
  • Power requirements : 220–230V ~2,6A 50–60Hz
  • Others : Automatic Calibration, Double Extruder, Control Screen, Closed chamber
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