Binnen de automotive-industrie is er een grote behoefte aan prototypes van onderdelen. Je kan zowel grote als kleine onderdelen printen.
At the car designer house "Thomas Pazulla technical services" prototypes are now build by a 3D printer, specifically the X400 by German RepRap. Large parts like this door panel in original size (more than 100 mm length) are printed in smaller batches. Then they are glued together and sanded for a smooth surface. The decision to change from a laser-sinter process to the fused-filament fabrication (FFF) was not just driven by the cost savings.
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X1000 3D Printer
Think big! Industrial large format 3D Printer
The new X1000 3D Printer is being developed for printing large size objects or multi-object prints in industrial quality. Print protoypes, small series, casting cores or architecture or design objects big, fast and precise.
• Large build envelope: 1000 x 800 x 600 mm / 39.4 x 32 x 23.6 in (W/D/H)
• High process reliability
• Important safety features for industrial use
• Integrated clean-up function for the extruder nozzle
• Special ventilation for high-quality prints
• Network compatible (Wifi, Ethernet)