This large-format printer can extrude custom polymer materials from a pellet feedstock, avoiding the need for pre-extruded filament. The system has a build envelope of 36 by 36 by 48 inches.
Primarily serving as an industrial scale rapid prototyping capability within CIMP-3D, the Fortus 400mc is capable of printing a variety of polymer materials depending on the application. This system has a build volume of 16 by 14 by 16 inches.
This high-temperature printer is capable of printing both polymers and composites within a 500 x 400 x 453mm build volume.
This system is designed to print chopped carbon fiber suspended in a polymer matrix and has a build volume of 32 by 13.2 by 15.4 centimeters.
This plastic and ceramic capable material extrusion system enables embedding electronics into printed objects.
This beltless printer has a higher accuracy and precision than traditional material extrusion systems. It features a high-temperature extruder and compressed air cooling system for a variety of custom polymer filaments.
This micro compounder can be used with nanomaterials, bio-polymers, and other polymers with as little as 5 grams of material.
This capillary rheometer can produce polymer filaments with small quanitities of materials.
This system is a medium format polymer material extrusion machine with a build volume of 10 by 10 by 12 inches.
This system has been custom configured to have dual extrusion capablities to extrude both thermoplastic and uncured elastomeric matierial. It has a build volume of 11 x 11 x 11.2 in.
This system is a small format polymer material extrusion system with a build volume of 29.8 by 27.5 by 25 centimeters.