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3D Printer : A4 with 3 nozzles

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The professional FDM 3D printer model A4 from the company 3ntr from Italy convinces with its 3 nozzles, the amazing X-Y-resolution of 11 μm, a considerable size of 295 x 195 x 200mm and printing temperatures of up to 450 ° C. The closed and heated space is well insulated, closable and optionally has an active HEPA exhaust filter. The 3D printer is equipped with a magnetically fixed carbon pressure plate with special diamond coating. Due to the temperature difference after the cooling process, the components can be very easily removed from the pressure plate.

Thanks to the open system for printing materials, the 3ntr A4 is capable of producing basic materials such as ABS, PLA, PC and PETG, as well as TPU, ASA, PA12 with carbon or glass fiber, PC-ABS, nPower and many more to process further filaments. In order to simplify the handling for the user and still guarantee a good print quality, 3ntr has developed the SSI software plug-in, which contains the profiles of all materials qualified by the manufacturer for the device.
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Specs :
  • Manufacturer : 3ntr
  • Type : Professional
  • Country : Italien
  • Material(s) : PLA, ABS, Plastic - others, Special filaments
  • Technology : Fused Deposition Modeling
  • Assembled : Plug & Play
  • Size : 560 x 630 x 635 mm
  • Weight (kg) : 43
  • Nozzle diameter (mm) : 0.4 (optional 0,3/0,5/0,6/0,8)
  • Layer thickness : 50
  • Speed (mm/s) : 150
  • Precision (mm) : 11 µm X / Y
  • Filament size (mm) : 2,85
  • Maximum build volume (mm) : 295x195x200
  • File types: .stl
  • Software : KISSlicer / Repetier
  • Connectivity : USB Cable, Ethernet, SD-Card
  • Operating systems : Windows 32/64
  • Power requirements : 230 V 5 A
  • Others : Triple Extruder, Closed chamber, Ventilation system
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