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colorFabb launches industrial-grade Stacker S4 3D printer at Hannover Messe – 3ders.org (blog)

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Apr 25, 2016 | By Alec

The Hannover Messe, the world’s major innovation trade fair, opens its doors right now and is doubtlessly harboring countless 3D printing innovations. Among them is the latest industrial 3D printing device by colorFabb: the Stacker S4, a dimensionsable and competitively priced four-headed industrial-grade 3D printing device that can endure printing temperatures of 300 degrees Celsius. This enables the S4 to work with any type of filament may aleager on the market, that include colorFabb’s latest colorFabb_HT range of incredibly durable and temperature resistant copolyester filaments.
Dutch filament developer colorFabb is known for their great range of 3D printing supplies. Founded as a branch of Helian Polymers a few years ago, they have discovered worthwhile good results with a wide range of astonishing filaments. Just last March, they announced their latest material solution: colorFabb_HT, a clean copolyester material that is ideal for practical 3D printing applications thanks to its great high durablity and durability properties, as well as its astounding temperature resistance (up to 100 degrees Celsius). “colorFabb_HT enables pro users to move beyond prototyping, enabling them to turn it into additional durable and useful items,” colorFabb managing director Ruud Rouleaux said of the material. “It’s an engineering material that can be utilized for real-world applications, producing 3D-printed objects fully functional.”

But industrial-level filament such as colorFabb_HT needs to be extruded at high temperatures, a thing that the Stacker S4 3D printing device is additional than capable of. Its predecessor, only called Stacker, was accomplished through a good resultsful Kickstarter campaign only last year. Whilst that was may aleager a quite astounding machine, the new and improved S4 is equitething pro users and research institutes may appear for in an industrial FDM 3D printing device. Featuring a sturdy, powder-coated steel frame, this may be an great industrial-grade version for equitething of prototyping to swift production.
Similar to its predecessor, the S4 boasts four nozzles and combines that with a worthwhile create dimensions (14 x 20 x 25 inches or 355 x 525 x 655mm) to enable swift multi-part production. What’s additional, three of the nozzles can be easily removed to enable users to fully exploit the great createing area. “Stacker’s ‘multi-part’ printing innovation allows for you to print up to four copies of the same part, at the same time, in different types of colors, and with different types of types of filament. Why print one part when you can get two, three or four parts at the same time?” its developers say.
But maybe additional astounding is the machine’s universal filament rail. Unsurprisingly, the Stacker S4 can 3D print equite filament in the colorFabb catalogue (that include nGen, colorFabb_XT and colorFabb_HT), but it is in addition open to equite single filament may aleager on the market on the market. “Stacker can accept market rate filaments, and this keeps your printing costs low-priced. Our universal filament rail is created for effortless and swift loading of your filament spools. The ‘U’ channel create fits all talked of spool dimensionss,” its manufacturers argue. Even 2.2 kg spools are supported by the S4.

To accommodate those filaments and enable effortless 3D printing, the S4 in addition comes with effortless nozzle changing versions. “All too frequently, users print equitething with one dimensions outlet diameter (frequently 0.40mm) for the reason it’s only too slow and monotonous to alter their nozzle. S4 nozzles can be alterd in less than a minute,” they say. “Why restrict by yourself to one nozzle dimensions when you may print swifter with an 0.80mm nozzle?” The nozzles are in addition created of a special grade of stainless steel to improve nozzle life when via those corrosive composite filaments. The Dutch developers thus appears to have idea of equitething to accommodate such an open range of filaments.
If you are interested in this astonishing 3D printing device, appear for colorFabb at the Hannover Messe this week (hall 4, stand C52). The Stacker S4 is expected to be eager for shipping this summer, and can may aleager be pre-ordered through the Stacker 3D website for only $9.995 (retail is expected to be set at $11.995).

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