Palette 2 S and Palette 2 PRO S- Multimaterial printing, MosaicMFG
£575.00 – £729.17
The Palette 2S built on the experience of its predecessors to give a new experience in Multi-material printing on your 3D printer. Combine rigid, flexible and soluble filaments all in a single 3D print easier in a more compact package, for a fantastic price! Select your model below
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Palette 2S and Palette 2S Pro: The most reliable Palettes yet
Since the launch of Palette 2 and Palette 2 Pro in August of 2018, Mosaic received an incredible amount of feedback and input from our user base on how we could make your experience even better.
This feedback was the driving force behind our June release of CANVAS Paint, and our release today of Palette 2S, Palette 2S Pro, and the CANVAS Hub S.
P2S Pro Internals
With Palette 2S and 2S Pro, Mosaic focused on reliability, ease of use, and overall user experience. They’ve gone through the core systems of Palette 2/2 Pro, optimized them, and endurance tested in order to ensure they’re able to keep raising the bar when it comes to multi-material 3D printing.
Check out some of the biggest changes below:
Increased Splicing Speed
There’s a number of things that affect the maximum speed you can print at – your layer height, your model, as well as Palette’s splicing speed. When printing with larger layer heights (such as .3), or very small pieces, you may need to decrease your print speed to ensure Palette 2 could keep up.
Mosaic been hard at work to solve this problem, and are really excited to announce the new Palette 2S and 2S Pro splice cores! We know that you never want to slow your print speeds down when printing with Palette, and the latest iteration of splice cores will allow you to have more flexibility to keep your print settings.
Both of these Cores allow your Palette 2S and 2S Pro to splice 10% faster than their predecessors.
When we first shipped Palette 2 in late 2018, we were under very tight timelines. Managing the process of manufacturing, shipping and fulfillment to our customers across the globe wasn’t an easy challenge. In order to hit our deadlines, we did have to make a compromise – we asked users to upload firmware to their product upon receiving it.
This caused an additional step that you would have to do when you would receive your product, and to be honest, resulted in an experience that was suboptimal. With Palette 2, we’ve had another year of development time under our belts, and are really glad that users will no longer have to go through this process.
Being able to take your Palette 2S/2S Pro out of the box, and immediately begin printing will give you the seamless experience we know you want.
Optimized Drive Arms
When originally designing Palette 2, one of the things that was incredibly important to us was that the user be able to easily view and access the filament path. Occasionally, more brittle filaments can break in this path, and being able to view and remove this filament quickly was a huge part of a good user experience.
With Palette 2, the only portions of the filament path you can’t see directly are the sections in the splice core, as well as the drive arms.
In addition to this, the arms have been modified in order to more reliably drive material. The most noticeable change comes with softer materials like TPU or PVA. With Palette 2S and 2S Pro, the drive arms now more consistently control the material path, giving you more accurate and dependable control even at higher speeds.
Updated Filament Sensors
Design & visual appearance is an incredibly important aspects of our product line, and while we were making changes to the functional aspects of Palette 2/2 Pro we wanted to give it a bit of an aesthetic update as well.
With this in mind, we made a small change to update the internal face of your Palette 2, upgrading all of the LED’s on the filament sensors to white.
Additionally, we made a modification to the placement of the physical switch on the board, helping prolong the life of the sensor.
This gives a fresh and new look to the inside of your product, especially important since we’ve been told many of our customers run their Palette 2 and 2 Pro’s with the lids off.