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Olsson Ruby – MK8 type 1.75mm

The only nozzle series you need!

As you know our goal at Emvio Engineering is not to shift boxes. We want to stock unique and value adding items. This is the reason why we are now working with Olsson Ruby to bring the most hardwearing nozzle to the UK!

The Olsson Ruby is an invention by Anders Olsson, the man that gave the Ultimaker community the Olsson Block. The back story of the Olsson Ruby is one that has inspired us and as one member of our team is well versed in hard metals and materials, it really hit home how elegant the nozzle is.

The Olsson Ruby consists of a precision machined threaded brass body and a perfectly ground ruby tip. Rubies, being aluminium oxide, is extremely hard wearing but unlike some of the other ceramic equivalents has a better thermal conductivity. Best of all, the processes involved in machining it have been established for centuries. Ruby is the watchmakers hard material of choice for jewel bearings after all.

Take a look at the results of tests conducted with carbon filled filament:

Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg
Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg of filament before being so worn
A stainless nozzle lasted on 1kg
Common misconception - Stainless does not mean hard. This one lasted only 1kg of CF filament
Hardened steel lasted on 4kg
The classic hardened steel nozzles fared ok extruding 4kg of carbon filled

Here is a testimonial from one of our friends and customer Darren K, as posted on Olssonruby.com.  (Darren also purchased a full set of upgrades for his BCN3D Sigma.)

First, I tried a few hardened nozzles and I had thermal issues. I also did try steel but it was like putting my finger in the air to find new standard print parameters each time.Now, I use the Olsson Ruby and I’m a big fan.The main benefit for it is that i don’t have to worry about a moving target. Once I have things dialed in for the nozzle diameter, that’s where it’ll stay. Normal brass is a variable as it gets worn down and over time that is troublesome when creating parts that have very specific fit qualities.”Darren Keirle, UK, Feb 28th, 2017

The 2.85mm Olsson ruby is compatible with the following products in our range:

Some of the printers that accept the MK8 Olsson Rubies:

  • Creality CR-10
    Creality Ender 2
    Creality Ender 3
    Makerbot Replicator 2/2X
    Makerbot Replicator Smart Extruder
    SeeMeeCNC Artemis *4
    SeeMeeCNC Rostock Max V3
    Monoprice mini V1
    Monoprice mini V2
High output Olsson Ruby

Olsson Ruby – 2.85mm – High Output

The only nozzle series you need!

Want to print big things on a large printer using abrasive materials? Then you need the High Output Olsson Ruby 2.85mm range. The best nozzle on  the market, to date, by far just got compatible with the E3D Volcano Hotends. This nozzle is not afraid of glass filled, carbon filled or even metal filled filaments but completely compatible with non-filled materials too. You will only ever need to change nozzle if you want a larger extrusion width!

As you know our goal at Emvio Engineering is not to shift boxes. We want to stock unique and value adding items. This is the reason why we are now working with Olsson Ruby to bring the most hardwearing nozzle to the UK!

The Olsson Ruby is an invention by Anders Olsson, the man that gave the Ultimaker community the Olsson Block. The back story of the Olsson Ruby is one that has inspired us and as one member of our team is well versed in hard metals and materials, it really hit home how elegant the nozzle is.

The Olsson Ruby consists of a precision machined threaded brass body and a perfectly ground ruby tip. Rubies, being aluminium oxide, is extremely hard wearing but unlike some of the other ceramic equivalents has a better thermal conductivity. Best of all, the processes involved in machining it have been established for centuries. Ruby is the watchmakers hard material of choice for jewel bearings after all.

Take a look at the results of tests conducted with carbon filled filament:

Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg
Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg of filament before being so worn
A stainless nozzle lasted on 1kg
Common misconception - Stainless does not mean hard. This one lasted only 1kg of CF filament
Hardened steel lasted on 4kg
The classic hardened steel nozzles fared ok extruding 4kg of carbon filled

Here is a testimonial from one of our friends and customer Darren K, as posted on Olssonruby.com.  (Darren also purchased a full set of upgrades for his BCN3D Sigma.)

First, I tried a few hardened nozzles and I had thermal issues. I also did try steel but it was like putting my finger in the air to find new standard print parameters each time.Now, I use the Olsson Ruby and I’m a big fan.The main benefit for it is that i don’t have to worry about a moving target. Once I have things dialed in for the nozzle diameter, that’s where it’ll stay. Normal brass is a variable as it gets worn down and over time that is troublesome when creating parts that have very specific fit qualities.”Darren Keirle, UK, Feb 28th, 2017

The 2.85mm Olsson ruby is compatible with the following products in our range:

High output Olsson Ruby

Olsson Ruby – 1.75mm – High Output

The only nozzle series you need!

Want to print big things on a large printer using abrasive materials? Then you need the High Output Olsson Ruby 1.75mm range. The best nozzle on  the market, to date, by far just got compatible with the E3D Volcano Hotends. This nozzle is not afraid of glass filled, carbon filled or even metal filled filaments but completely compatible with non-filled materials too. You will only ever need to change nozzle if you want a larger extrusion width!

As you know our goal at Emvio Engineering is not to shift boxes. We want to stock unique and value adding items. This is the reason why we are now working with Olsson Ruby to bring the most hardwearing nozzle to the UK!

The Olsson Ruby is an invention by Anders Olsson, the man that gave the Ultimaker community the Olsson Block. The back story of the Olsson Ruby is one that has inspired us and as one member of our team is well versed in hard metals and materials, it really hit home how elegant the nozzle is.

The Olsson Ruby consists of a precision machined threaded brass body and a perfectly ground ruby tip. Rubies, being aluminium oxide, is extremely hard wearing but unlike some of the other ceramic equivalents has a better thermal conductivity. Best of all, the processes involved in machining it have been established for centuries. Ruby is the watchmakers hard material of choice for jewel bearings after all.

Take a look at the results of tests conducted with carbon filled filament:

Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg
Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg of filament before being so worn
A stainless nozzle lasted on 1kg
Common misconception - Stainless does not mean hard. This one lasted only 1kg of CF filament
Hardened steel lasted on 4kg
The classic hardened steel nozzles fared ok extruding 4kg of carbon filled

Here is a testimonial from one of our friends and customer Darren K, as posted on Olssonruby.com.  (Darren also purchased a full set of upgrades for his BCN3D Sigma.)

First, I tried a few hardened nozzles and I had thermal issues. I also did try steel but it was like putting my finger in the air to find new standard print parameters each time.Now, I use the Olsson Ruby and I’m a big fan.The main benefit for it is that i don’t have to worry about a moving target. Once I have things dialed in for the nozzle diameter, that’s where it’ll stay. Normal brass is a variable as it gets worn down and over time that is troublesome when creating parts that have very specific fit qualities.”Darren Keirle, UK, Feb 28th, 2017

The 2.85mm Olsson ruby is compatible with the following products in our range:

Other printers that can accept the 1.75mm Olsson Ruby:

  • Every printer with a E3D V4/V5/V6 1.75mm hotend or similar geometry, including:
    Prusa Research i3 MK2
    E3D BigBox
    gCreate gMax 1.5XT+
    Makerbot Replicator 2/2X
    Felix Pro 2

Olsson Ruby – 1.75mm – M6 thread

The only nozzle series you need!

As you know our goal at Emvio Engineering is not to shift boxes. We want to stock unique and value adding items. This is the reason why we are now working with Olsson Ruby to bring the most hardwearing nozzle to the UK!

The Olsson Ruby is an invention by Anders Olsson, the man that gave the Ultimaker community the Olsson Block. The back story of the Olsson Ruby is one that has inspired us and as one member of our team is well versed in hard metals and materials, it really hit home how elegant the nozzle is.

The Olsson Ruby consists of a precision machined threaded brass body and a perfectly ground ruby tip. Rubies, being aluminium oxide, is extremely hard wearing but unlike some of the other ceramic equivalents has a better thermal conductivity. Best of all, the processes involved in machining it have been established for centuries. Ruby is the watchmakers hard material of choice for jewel bearings after all.

Take a look at the results of tests conducted with carbon filled filament:

Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg
Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg of filament before being so worn
A stainless nozzle lasted on 1kg
Common misconception - Stainless does not mean hard. This one lasted only 1kg of CF filament
Hardened steel lasted on 4kg
The classic hardened steel nozzles fared ok extruding 4kg of carbon filled

Here is a testimonial from one of our friends and customer Darren K, as posted on Olssonruby.com.  (Darren also purchased a full set of upgrades for his BCN3D Sigma.)

First, I tried a few hardened nozzles and I had thermal issues. I also did try steel but it was like putting my finger in the air to find new standard print parameters each time.Now, I use the Olsson Ruby and I’m a big fan.The main benefit for it is that i don’t have to worry about a moving target. Once I have things dialed in for the nozzle diameter, that’s where it’ll stay. Normal brass is a variable as it gets worn down and over time that is troublesome when creating parts that have very specific fit qualities.”Darren Keirle, UK, Feb 28th, 2017

The 2.85mm Olsson ruby is compatible with the following products in our range:

Other printers that can accept the 1.75mm Olsson Ruby:

  • Every printer with a E3D V4/V5/V6 1.75mm hotend or similar geometry, including:
    Prusa Research i3 MK2
    E3D BigBox
    gCreate gMax 1.5XT+
    Makerbot Replicator 2/2X
    Felix Pro 2

Olsson Ruby – 2.85mm – M6 thread

The only nozzle series you need!

As you know our goal at Emvio Engineering is not to shift boxes. We want to stock unique and value adding items. This is the reason why we are now working with Olsson Ruby to bring the most hardwearing nozzle to the UK!

The Olsson Ruby is an invention by Anders Olsson, the man that gave the Ultimaker community the Olsson Block. The back story of the Olsson Ruby is one that has inspired us and as one member of our team is well versed in hard metals and materials, it really hit home how elegant the nozzle is.

The Olsson Ruby consists of a precision machined threaded brass body and a perfectly ground ruby tip. Rubies, being aluminium oxide, is extremely hard wearing but unlike some of the other ceramic equivalents has a better thermal conductivity. Best of all, the processes involved in machining it have been established for centuries. Ruby is the watchmakers hard material of choice for jewel bearings after all.

Take a look at the results of tests conducted with carbon filled filament:

Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg
Sigma nozzle extruded 0.3kg of filament before being so worn
A stainless nozzle lasted on 1kg
Common misconception - Stainless does not mean hard. This one lasted only 1kg of CF filament
Hardened steel lasted on 4kg
The classic hardened steel nozzles fared ok extruding 4kg of carbon filled

Here is a testimonial from one of our friends and customer Darren K, as posted on Olssonruby.com.  (Darren also purchased a full set of upgrades for his BCN3D Sigma.)

First, I tried a few hardened nozzles and I had thermal issues. I also did try steel but it was like putting my finger in the air to find new standard print parameters each time.Now, I use the Olsson Ruby and I’m a big fan.The main benefit for it is that i don’t have to worry about a moving target. Once I have things dialed in for the nozzle diameter, that’s where it’ll stay. Normal brass is a variable as it gets worn down and over time that is troublesome when creating parts that have very specific fit qualities.”Darren Keirle, UK, Feb 28th, 2017

The 2.85mm Olsson ruby is compatible with the following products in our range:

Other printers that can accept the 2.85mm Olsson Ruby:

  • Ultimaker 2+
    Ultimaker 2+ Extended
    Ultimaker 2 with Olsson block upgrade
    Ultimaker 2 Extended with Olsson block upgrade
    Ultimaker Original
    Ultimaker Original+
    Lulzbot TAZ 3 with hexagon hotend upgrade
    Lulzbot TAZ 4 with hexagon hotend upgrade
    Lulzbot TAZ 5
    Lulzbot TAZ 6 ( You cannot use the automatic bed levelling with this one due to the nozzle not being conductive)
    Every printer with a E3D V4 3.0mm hotend
    Every printer with a E3D V5 3.0mm hotend
    Every printer with a E3D V6 3.0mm hotend

Mosquito MAGNUM Hotend 1.75mm – Without Fan

Whoever says “Sorry, I can’t do a GoT marathon with you on Saturday, I’m doing a big print,” clearly doesn’t have the Mosquito Magnum hotend that finishes projects 20% faster than other high flow-rate hotends on the market.

Your 3D printer can deliver the high resolution prints and take on engineering-grade plastics that other desktop printers can’t come close to. With minimal layer lines, your vision is about to become reality. Fast.

The Mosquito Magnum hotend has the same precision as our Mosquito hotend, but with a flow rate that is significantly faster.

The Mosquito Magnum is adaptable to virtually any printer, so by swapping one component, you have the high performance benefits of a printer worth thousands more. Since the Mosquito (designed for beauty) and Mosquito Magnum (designed for speed) are the same length, any combination of these hotends can be mounted to one carriage. So you can switch between high-flow and high-precision in the same print.

Oh yeah, and you can change the nozzle with one hand.

Unlock engineering-grade plastics up to 450 °C. That means you can print car parts, medical devices, and whatever else you can dream up, and you don’t have to buy an expensive printer to do the job.

How did we accomplish this?

By reimagining how a hotend is designed and structured from the ground up. The materials in each part of the Mosquito Magnum have been hand selected to perform a specific task to optimize your printer’s performance. We went as far as using the same insulator materials that NASA uses on their space shuttle to protect the hotend’s extended melt zone.

Some might say it’s overkill.

But we say it’s necessary to create something truly excellent.

And it gives you a great anecdote for the next 3D printing convention.

Mosquito Magnum is only available for 1.75 mm filament at this time.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS:

  • Superior heat break performance
    • The heat break conducts 85% less heat into the heat sink than a typical threaded heat break
    • Steep temperature gradient at the heat break, and high tolerances along the filament path allow for better transmission of fine motor movements, resulting in beautiful, higher resolution prints
    • Steep temperature gradient at the heat break reduces the likelihood of jamming
    • Reduced heat transmission removes the need for a large heat sink
    • Composite construction of the heat break allows for the use of materials optimized for heat transfer in each section of the heat break
    • Allows for hotend to be mounted with a printed, plastic adapter, without raising safety concerns
  • Increased structural rigidity
    • The heat break has been separated from the structural components of the hotend, allowing for a heat break that is not load bearing, and can be very thin walled. This allows for a reliable, rigid exterior structure
    • No components are prone to loosening at the mounting points
    • Nozzles can be changed with one hand, without grasping the hot block
    • In the case of a severe crash, an entirely new hotend is not necessary, parts can be easily swapped out
  • Larger temperature operating range
    • Specially-engineered high temperature copper alloy in the hot block will not soften at high temperatures in excess of 550C.
    • Threads in the hot block will not deform at high temps, allowing removal of nozzles even after multiple high temp heat cycles
    • Nickel plating on the hot block reduces radiative heat loss and prevents galling of threads
  • Modular/adaptable to almost any FFF/FDM printer
    • Compact, flat, ambidextrous form factor
    • 5 different hole mounting patterns to allow for adaptation to virtually any printer
    • Printable adapters can be created to diversify mounting options
  • Ideal for multiple extrusion systems
    • Small form factor and light mass allows for back-to-back mounting with small nozzle-nozzle distance
  • Lightweight
    • Small mass allows for more rapid motion
    • Less reinforcement needed for the motors, belts, and drives in the motion system

 

 

The Mosquito hotend is what started the Slice Engineering journey.  Designed to have a small form factor, low mass, short retraction, and optimized heat transfer, the Mosquito uses the highest grade materials available, all engineered and built for performance in the USA.

Mosquito is built to accommodate standard 6 mm heater cartridges, 3 mm thermistors, and RepRap style nozzles (as made by E3D, Microswiss, Olssen Ruby, etc.). We also highly recommend the use of Capricorn XS tubing during installation to achieve the best printing results. If you can source some super fast 50W heaters then these puppies will FLY!

There is a reasonable selection of adapters to allow you to mount the Mosquitoes on the Bondtech kits as direct drive or bowden.

Bondtech have created a specific BMG extruder for use with the Mosquito Hotends which couples them using two cap head screws. This increases the torsional stiffness of the hotend making swapping out nozzles a one handed operation.

Dimensional drawings here. Suffice to say. You would get the performance of an E3D Volcano, in a package not much longer than the E3D heatsink. That is good engineerin ;)

https://www.sliceengineering.com/documentation

The Mosquito Magnum uses the highest grade materials available, all engineered and built for performance here in the USA.

Mosquito Magnum is built to accommodate standard 6 mm heater cartridges, 3 mm thermistors, and RepRap style nozzles (as made by E3D, Microswiss, Olssen Ruby, etc.).

Pack includes Hotend, 25mm Fan and tools.

Couple this hotend with your favourite nozzle for example the 1.75mm Olsson Ruby

ERRF 2018 Interview - Slice Engineering

Torquewrench

Nozzle Torque Wrench™: 1.5 Nm

Annoying nozzle changes getting you down? Use the Nozzle Torque Wrench™ to wrench away your leaky nozzle woes. The rotary slip mechanism is set to 1.5 Nm, the exact torque you need to get that nice seal when tightening your nozzles, and uses a standard 1/4” drive.Designed to fit the Slice Engineering™ Vanadium Nozzles™ without an adapter, as our nozzles have a 6 mm hex (that’s a little under 1/4” for those that don’t speak Metric), with a little wiggle room for that stubborn adhered plastic.The Nozzle Torque Wrench™ will fit any other nozzles when used in combination with a hex-to-square drive adapter and appropriately sized socket.

BigRep Studio G2- Engineering Grade Large scale 3D Printer

Yes, Emvio Engineering is a UK based Bigrep sales Agent.

The BigRep Studio, like the Bigrep ONE is a large-scale 3D printer with an amazing pedigree. The print volume of 500mm x 1000mm x 500mm provides space for large objects, in a very stylish and versatile package. This printer has been designed to placed in your design studio for sure!


FEATURES

ENGINEERING-GRADE MATERIALS

The Best-In-Class Print Heads
With the inclusion of Ruby Nozzles, the STUDIO G2 is made for printing with abrasive, engineering-grade materials at maximum speed and high resolutions. The specially designed extruder achieves high-level detail with layer heights as low as 0.1mm on parts up to one meter long, enabling more options to perfect a part’s mechanical properties.

INDEPENDENT TEMPERATURE CONTROLS

The Heated Filament Chamber
The heated filament chamber integrated into the STUDIO G2 ensures that engineering-grade materials remain dry in a consistently controlled environment for best-in-class quality. Going beyond industry standards, the filament chamber features independent temperature control.

EASY AND INTUITIVE

The New Slicer
The easy to use BigRep "BLADE” slicing software allows for greater control of printing parameters while providing presets for all BigRep-compatible materials, making a rapid, hassle-free start to printing possible. The new estimation engine gives accurate printing time and material use predictions for unmatched productivity. BLADE is one of the fastest and most precise slicers on the market.

OPTIMAL PRINTING TEMPERATURES

The Fast-Heating Print Bed
Preparation time is significantly reduced for all print projects by the fast-heating print bed. The new inductive sensor enables semi-automatic leveling to ensure optimal calibration and maximum control. With higher heat dimensions reaching 100°C, adhesion to the print bed is improved for a variety of high-quality materials.

BIG ENOUGH FOR ANY IDEA

The Massive Build Volume
Enable room for innovation with the STUDIO G2’s astounding 500 mm x 1000 mm x 500 mm build volume. With unparalleled size in a sleek package, features combine to create a premium environment for printing large-format engineering-grade parts fast at high resolution.

FULL ENCLOSURE

Ventilation ready
3D Printing most engineering materials at large scale, can produce uncomfortable odours. Especially ASA or ABS as we all know can make printing prohibitive. So the BigRep Studio G2 is now ready to be connected to a local air filtration unit or your main ventilation system.


Our view

When scaling up your 3D prints, the issue of warping and the particularity of the polymers becomes more pronounced. This is where most large scale machines fall over. As the industry moves toward the goals of "Faster, Bigger, Hotter", the need for precise temperature control, full enclosure and ventilation become critical.

The BigRep Studio G2 is right there! Discounting the high temperature materials such as PEEK and Ultem that require enclosure reaching industrial oven temperatures, the Studio G2 should give the users one of the widest ranges of material printing capability on the market today, at the size of 1/4 m3.

The points that stand out from the competition:

  • Ruby nozzles to allow filled and abrasive filaments such as Carbloaded PET, Glass filled Polypropylene, Metal filled PLA etc.
  • Kinematics and axes are now fully enclosed for safety and reliability
  • New linear rail system for improved accuracy and reliability
  • Steel frame for temperature stability
  • Integrated Filament conditioning station(!) to ensure your hygroscopic filaments (i.e. all of them) print reliably
  • A solid frame: You can be 100% sure that each layer will be deposited on top of the last
  • 4 precision Acme Leadscrews on each corner of the gantry to ensure uniform lifting
  • Powerfull and Intuitive Touchscreen computer
  • Full installation and training offered by us
  • 1 year manufacturers warranty but extenable!

The fully enclosed design is very good from a printing reliability point of view but also a safety feature. The printer will pause when the door is opened allowing you to safely inspect the print or try and salvage a warped first layer.

Keep an eye out for this one. It is a game changer!

 


Fitting neatly into an ergonomically designed, space-saving package, the BigRep STUDIO G2 is a workhorse machine that punches above its class to deliver top-grade results.

Build volumex 1000 y 500 z 500 (mm)
Layer height resolution0.1 – 0.5 (mm)
AccelerationUp to 600 mm/s2
ExtruderDual extruder
Equipped with two 0.6 mm hot ends
Printing technologyFused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
Certified BigRep materialsPLA, PETG, Pro HT, TPU, PA6/66
More engineered materials in development
Print bed temperatureMax. 100 °C
Printer weightApprox. 500 kg
Sizex 1715 y 1170 z 1765 (mm)
Power208 V – 240 V, 16 A, 50/60 Hz
Safety certificationsCE approved
All major certifications in progress


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CraftBot Plus and PrintLab Education bundle

One stop shop for educational 3D Printing

Now we are offering a complex 3D education solution with the PrintLab bundle.
PrintLab Classroom is a professional portal for teachers looking to integrate 3D design and object creation into core subject areas. Their mission is to link industry, technology and education, preparing students for using innovative technology from early childhood as part of everyday life. Enrolling in PrintLab Classroom will give teachers a 12-month access to training resources and curricula.
PrintLab CraftBot bundles offer a package to educational institutions and teachers that contains everything for teachers to simply and easily start out in 3D design, object creation and printing.

The CraftBot - PrintLab training package contains the following:

  • Plug&Play CraftBot 3D printer (CraftBot Plus or CraftBot XL);
  • Safety accessories with HEPA filter (dome, door);
  • 1-year access to PrintLab Classroom curriculum
  • PrintLab Certification Course (online)
  • Craftware slicer;
  • PLA filaments;
  • 1 package of Kapton

Look into the PrintLab curricula: https://youtu.be/7hJc-dTKns4
Make the first step! Download 3D printing guide for free
Download the CraftBot Plus specification sheet

Did we mention we love our craftbot?

Well we do and here is why:

  • Top quality bars and linear bearings are used in a well made precision bent steel box chassis. Mouthful to be sure.
  • It is quiet. When the the print is finished, the fans switch off. When the machine is printing, the dampers on the stepper motors keep the noise down
  • The kinematic system is AWESOME! CoreXY here people! Two stepper motors working in unison on one endless timing belt give not only rigidity but also sooo much moving force. This makes the Crafbot able to print at higher speeds than equivalently price machines and even some of the more expensive ones.
  • The touch screen LCD though is the true gem. You can change the filament out by just hitting the pause button and reversing the old one out

The nozzles it uses are based on the M6 Thread which makes them compatible with other cool options too like the Olsson Ruby

You may also want to add a Palette 2 or Palette 2 PRO for Multimaterial printing

LET YOUR CREATIVITY TAKE SHAPE!

CraftBot 3D printer was designed and built from scratch in order to develop the ultimate tool for beginners and experienced users as well. It’s an easy to use, plug-and-play device – you can get from unpacking to printing your first 3D object ever in minutes. However, CraftBot Plus is far from being a “basic 3D printer” as it easily outperforms more expensive machines in many aspects!

Printing accuracy: Thanks to its 100 micron/layer resolution, CraftBot provides a very high printing quality.
Printing size: Small from the outside, but huge inside – CraftBot has an impressive built volume of 250x200x200mm (approx. 10” x 8” x 8”)
Color LCD touchscreen: CraftBot has an intuitive, well-organized navigation menu giving constant information on the printing process.
Constant control: Users can alter printing parameters any time by the touchscreen – even during the printing process!
Heatable & removable build platform: Heating prevents warping and sticking. Removable build platform is easier to clean.
USB connection: Connect and control printing directly by connecting your CraftBot 3D printer to your PC via USB cable.
Direct pendrive information load: Easiest way to upload your sliced 3D model to CraftBot’s memory. In the box you will find a pendrive with samples so you can immediately test your device.
CraftWare: Our universal, advanced 3D printer software with a user-friendly graphical interface. Its advanced slicing algorithm ensures faster conversions and better results.
Customer service: At CraftBot we love 3D printing. Our support staff has in-depth knowledge of the technology and always ready to help you.

Specification

Printing

Printing technology:Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
Build volume:25x20x20 cm
Layer resolution:100 micron (ultra)
200 micron (high)
300 micron (medium)
Position precision:X,Y: 4 micron
Z: 2 micron
Filament diameter:1.75 mm
Nozzle diameter:0.4 mm
Print speed:50-200 mm/s
Connectivity:USB cable, USB pendrive

Software

Software package:CraftWare
File types:OBJ/STL/CWPRJ
Supports:Windows 7 and above

Physical dimensions

Frame dimensions:X: 40 cm
Y: 36 cm
Z: 37 cm
With all parts attached:X: 40 cm
Y: 46 cm
Z: 45 cm
Shipping box:X: 46 cm
Y: 42 cm
Z: 43 cm
Weight:14 kg
Shipping weight:17 kg

Temperature

Ambient temperature:15-32 °C
Storage temperature:0-32 °C
Operating nozzle temperature:180-260 °C
Operating heated build plate temperature:50-110°C
Craftbot Plus Education Package

Craftbot Plus – Education/industrial Package

Did we mention we love our craftbot?

Well we do and here is why:

  • Top quality bars and linear bearings are used in a well made precision bent steel box chassis. Mouthful to be sure.
  • It is quiet. When the the print is finished, the fans switch off. When the machine is printing, the dampers on the stepper motors keep the noise down
  • The kinematic system is AWESOME! CoreXY here people! Two stepper motors working in unison on one endless timing belt give not only rigidity but also sooo much moving force. This makes the Crafbot able to print at higher speeds than equivalently price machines and even some of the more expensive ones.
  • The touch screen LCD though is the true gem. You can change the filament out by just hitting the pause button and reversing the old one out

The nozzles it uses are based on the M6 Thread which makes them compatible with other cool options too like the Olsson Ruby

You may also want to add a Palette 2 or Palette 2 PRO for Multimaterial printing

LET YOUR CREATIVITY TAKE SHAPE!

CraftBot 3D printer was designed and built from scratch in order to develop the ultimate tool for beginners and experienced users as well. It’s an easy to use, plug-and-play device – you can get from unpacking to printing your first 3D object ever in minutes. However, CraftBot Plus is far from being a “basic 3D printer” as it easily outperforms more expensive machines in many aspects!

Printing accuracy: Thanks to its 100 micron/layer resolution, CraftBot provides a very high printing quality.
Printing size: Small from the outside, but huge inside – CraftBot has an impressive built volume of 250x200x200mm (approx. 10” x 8” x 8”)
Color LCD touchscreen: CraftBot has an intuitive, well-organized navigation menu giving constant information on the printing process.
Constant control: Users can alter printing parameters any time by the touchscreen – even during the printing process!
Heatable & removable build platform: Heating prevents warping and sticking. Removable build platform is easier to clean.
USB connection: Connect and control printing directly by connecting your CraftBot 3D printer to your PC via USB cable.
Direct pendrive information load: Easiest way to upload your sliced 3D model to CraftBot’s memory. In the box you will find a pendrive with samples so you can immediately test your device.
CraftWare: Our universal, advanced 3D printer software with a user-friendly graphical interface. Its advanced slicing algorithm ensures faster conversions and better results.
Customer service: At CraftBot we love 3D printing. Our support staff has in-depth knowledge of the technology and always ready to help you.

Specification

Printing

Printing technology:Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
Build volume:25x20x20 cm
Layer resolution:100 micron (ultra)
200 micron (high)
300 micron (medium)
Position precision:X,Y: 4 micron
Z: 2 micron
Filament diameter:1.75 mm
Nozzle diameter:0.4 mm
Print speed:50-200 mm/s
Connectivity:USB cable, USB pendrive

Software

Software package:CraftWare
File types:OBJ/STL/CWPRJ
Supports:Windows 7 and above

Physical dimensions

Frame dimensions:X: 40 cm
Y: 36 cm
Z: 37 cm
With all parts attached:X: 40 cm
Y: 46 cm
Z: 45 cm
Shipping box:X: 46 cm
Y: 42 cm
Z: 43 cm
Weight:14 kg
Shipping weight:17 kg

Temperature

Ambient temperature:15-32 °C
Storage temperature:0-32 °C
Operating nozzle temperature:180-260 °C
Operating heated build plate temperature:50-110°C