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3D Printer : Method

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The US manufacturer MakerBot's 3D Method printer marks the return of the Stratasys brand, once considered a leader in the 3D printing market. Their new machine is closer to industrial solutions and departs a little from the desktop models already on the market.

The MakerBot Method 3D Printer, a solution for professionals

This machine based on the melt deposition technology is for a more professional audience. With its double extruder and its wide variety of materials, it offers a complete solution for industrialists. It has a print volume of 15.2 x 19 x 19.6 cm if two extruders are used and 19 x 19 x 19.6 cm with one. It has a heated room and a colour screen to facilitate the use of the machine.

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Specs :
  • Manufacturer : MakerBot
  • Type : Professional
  • Country : USA
  • Material(s) : PLA, Plastic - others, Soluble (BVOH, HIPS, PVA)
  • Technology : Fused Deposition Modeling
  • Assembled : Plug&play
  • Size : 437 x 413 x 649 mm
  • Weight (kg) : 29.5 kg
  • Nozzle diameter (mm) :
  • Layer thickness : 20
  • Speed (mm/s) :
  • Precision (mm) : ±200 µm
  • Filament size (mm) :
  • Maximum build volume (mm) : 152x190x196
  • File types: MakerBot (.makerbot), STL (.stl), SolidWorks (.sldprt, .sldasm), InventorOBJ (.ipt, .iam), IGES (.iges, .igs), STEP AP203/214 (.step, .stp), CATIA (.CATPart, .CATProduct), Wavefront Object (.obj), Unigraphics/NX (.prt), Solid Edge (.par, .asm), ProE/Creo (.prt, .prt., .asm, .asm.), VRML (.wrl), Parasolid (.x_t, .x_b)
  • Software : MakerBot Print, MakerBot Mobile
  • Connectivity : Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB Key
  • Operating systems : Windows (7, 10) Mac OS X (10.9+)
  • Power requirements : 100-240V, 3.9A-1.6A, 50/60 Hz, 400 W max.
  • Others : Double Extruder, Control Screen, Closed chamber
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