Zortrax, a global leader in the 3D printing industry and manufacturer of the award-winning M200 3D printer, unveiled its new, larger M300 3D printer at the Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016 expo.
The Zortrax M300 3D printer has been based on the proven and award-winning design of the company’s M200 device, offering users a much larger workspace and completely new prototyping capabilities. The company’s latest device features one of the largest printing workspaces in its class: 300x300x300 mm. That’s enough space to print out an entire motorcycle helmet.
“The Zortrax M300 is our direct response to the needs of our customers. They’ve often indicated the need for a device that is as accurate and reliable as our previous M200 3D printer, but which would allow them to create larger, professional prototypes as a whole – without the necessity of splitting up a project into a series of smaller components“- says Rafał Tomasiak, founder and CEO of Zortrax.
Zortrax’s latest device is based on the same design features as the smaller M200 3D printer, but includes several improvements. The new 3D printing material spools are larger than those used in the M200 and allow users to check how much material has been used; making it easier to plan each subsequent print and project. The M300 also comes bundled with Side Covers. These protect a user’s 3D print and help maintain a constant temperature within the build space, which can help prevent any model deformations.
Zortrax’s latest M300 3D printer will soon become available for purchase across 50 markets worldwide. Zortrax’s stand at the Additive Manufacture Europe 2016 expo not only features the M300, but the company is also presenting its previously released 3D printers: the M200 and the Inventure, as well as its specialized 3D printing materials and signature Z-SUITE software. Zortrax’s stand is definitely noticeable, attracting the attention of expo participants with large-scale 3D models – including that of a giant superhero.