3D Platform introduces the 100 Series WorkTable printer
Want to 3D print very big parts but you are on a low budget? The 3D Platform 100 series WorkTable is perhaps just what you need. It delivers high quality prints in a large format.
“Our new series of machines is a direct response to what are customers have been asking for,” states Jonathan Schroeder, President of 3D Platform. “Our WorkTable 100 Series is designed for smaller businesses, schools, and entry-level designers.”
The WorkTable features the same build area size and mechanical features as the Workbench Classic at an entry-level price point under US$15,000.
Additional features include:
Build Area: The 1m x 1m x .5m build area features a build volume of .5m 3 with a mechanical bed leveling system and marker frame.
Volcano Extruder: Comes standard with the WorkTable and is available as a single or dual head with a material consumption of .08 kg/hr 2 .
HFA Extruder: Optional, the HFA extruder Is twice as fast as the first-generation Workbench extruder with a .16 kg/hr. material consumption rate.
Layer Resolution: Down to 100 microns (.038 in.).
Controls: Comes standard with an LCD display, an 8-bit, 16 MHz ATmega 2560 processor, and 8 KB RAM.
Motors: Comes standard with a step motor. Customers have the option to upgrade to SurePrint™ Servo Technology, which delivers superior print quality and cuts print time in half.
Enclosure Compatibility: New enclosures for the complete Workbench family maintain temperature controls to produce better, high quality prints.
Open-Market Advantage: Save up to 90 percent using open-market materials and software with a low purchase price and low operating costs.