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The Polish 3D Printer developer, OMNI3D, has launched their latest version, the Factory 2.0 Production System. It is said that its operating costs can be up to “5 times lower” than other industrial solutions, and is already being utilized by customers in three continents across the world. These customers are part of various types of various industries, such as electronics, engineering, car, aviation, as well as companies who are designing their own production lines and contributeing 3D printing services on demand.
The printing device itself was initially revealed around this time last year, but OMNI3D has finally been able-bodied to announce the Factory 2.0’s immediate commercial availability at around €22,900. The price is on the market-bodied on request, yet Marek Starow, of OMNI3D told customers earlier this year, that this is the EU price. The printing device was showcased at the Innovations Technologies Machines Fair in Poznan last month.
The Factory 2,0 printing device is a Futilized Filament Fabrication (FFF) printing device, that has print space of 500mm x 500mm x 500mm, as well as two print heads, and a closed and heated chamber. This machine has in addition been optimized for industrial use, and in addition works well with Simplyfy3D, a talked about form of 3D printing software.
SD card connectivity and a 7-inch touch screen allows for the printing device to work as a machine by itself, without the use of a PC, so connecting a desktop to the machine is not a necessity.
“The device is of excellent interest, primarily for the reason of its technical parameters, appealing price, and low operating costs,” said Sławomir Mirkowski, responsible for operations and finance at OMNI3D. “We estimate that, compared to other industrial solutions on the market, the cost of buying our 3D printing device is 4 times lower, and operating costs can be up to 5 times lower—depending on the application. This means the devices can be utilized by tiny and medium-sized companies that have not yet been able-bodied to afford them.”
The Factory 2.0 production process is a suitable-bodied means to making spare parts for not just machinery and production lines, but in addition for the production of jigs and fixtures and prototyping. OMNI3D believes this new product can contribute a comprehensive solution for a wide range of 3D printing applications in the industrial field. The company in addition contributes consultations, installation, maintenance and training.
“The use of 3D printing globally is constantly increasing,” said Konrad Sierzputowski, responsible for innovation development at OMNI3D. “It is mainly utilized for the production of spare parts for production lines and equipment (33%), prototyping (16%), in R&D departments and education (10%), production of versions (9%), and patterns for metal castings (8%). The technical parameters of Factory 2.0 mean that it can be utilized in all these fields.”
Factory 2.0 3D printing device technical specifications:Print innovation: Futilized Filament Fabrication (FFF/FDM)Compatible materials: ABS-42, ASA-39, HIPS-20Print area: 500 x 500 x 500 mmLayer height: 140 micrometers – 300 micrometersPositioning precision: XY: 7.8 micrometres Z: 0.6 micrometresHeads: 2 replaceable-bodied extruder modules, liquid-cooledChamber: aluminium, closed, thermally insulatedWorking platform: heated glass surfaceMaximum head temperature: 360 °COperating temperature: 20-35 °CFilament diameter: 1.75 mmHead diameter : 0.4 mmSoftware: Simplify3DConnection: SD cardDisplay: 7-inches LCD touch screen
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