3D Printers By Brand

iMakr offer a comprehensive range of additive manufacturing solutions for a wide variety of applications and industries. With a broad selection of 3D printing technologies from pioneering, industry leading experts on offer, designed to improve your workflow, the choices available to you has never been greater. High performing engineering materials are readily available across the board and our iMakr additive manufacturing specialists are here to help you decide what machine is right for you.

3D Printers By Brand

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Nexa3D NXE 400

Nexa3D NXE 400 is the fastest industrial 3D printer on the market. Featuring an impressive build volume of 275mm x 155mm x 400mm and capable of printing up to 1Z cm per minute. Nexa3D\'s patented, innovative Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology, part uniformity and accuracy is guaranteed. Unlike DLP technology where edge to edge performance can be compromised due to optical distortion, LSPc delivers uniform, distortion free image to all of the build plate, this ensures part uniformity and accuracy. 
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Phrozen Sonic 4K 2022 Dental 3D Printer

£2,082.50

This upgraded Phrozen Sonic 4K 3D printer includes several new features and enhancements to make printing 3D models for dentistry even faster and easier than ever before.

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Phrozen Sonic XL 4K 2022 Dental 3D Printer

£2,915.83

The Phrozen Sonic 4K XL 2022 3D printer has been upgraded with several new enhancements to boost print quality and reliability, offering an excellent value introduction to digital dentistry.

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Peopoly Phenom Forge

£1,749.17

Introducing Forge, a production-grade large-format MSLA printer built for workshops and factories from Peopoly. It is powered by the all-new Vlare Core controller with features that will make printing easier, faster, and more accurate.

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Asiga PRO 4K XL

Asiga PRO 4K XL for producing large scale industrial parts and prototypes. Precision layer formation thanks to Asiga SPS technology and layer monitoring.

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