Architects are already leveraging the speed, detail and flexibility of 3D printing to impress clients and design winning proposals. Augment your model-making facilities and bring your 3D printing in-house with our range of high quality, office-friendly printers.
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The Delta Wasp Concrete assures the building of large components and projects due to its wide build area and its unique distinctive features. This printer is ideal for the making of additive manufacturing of concrete mortars.
The Builder Extreme 1500 Pro has the largest footprint of the Extreme Pro range, allowing large and wide objects to be printed with the reliability of an industrial machine and usability of a desk-top machine.
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The Builder Extreme 2000 PRO is one of the biggest FDM 3D printers on the market with a build volume of 700 x 700 x 1700 mm, so big you can print a person on it. Its dual-feed extruder and colour mix technology set this machine apart from others, giving its users a creative advantage in design, architecture, manufacturing and more.
CEAD AM flexbot is a flexible robot based solution for large scale additive manufacturing. This versatile system provides lots of options which can be integrated to configure the system to your specific needs. The system is used for printing with fibre reinforced thermoplastic materials and has proven itself to be the go to system for large scale 3D printing implementations in the industry. The AM Flexbot is delivered and installed worldwide. It features a modular system allowing for optional functions to be added such as a rotary table, CNC milling, so you can customise your AM Flexbot to fit your application.
The S600DL SLS printer from TPM3D\'s S Series is the largest offering in their S Series range. At an impressive 600 x 600 x 800mm build volume. Produce parts easily in a variety of high performing engineering materials. Featuring two lasers, you can produce parts much faster and with no limitation of geometric design.