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Anisoprint presents Composer Nova composite 3D printer with four print heads

Anisoprint has unveiled the new Composer Nova composite 3D printer at the TCT Asia show in Shanghai and TCT 3Sixty in Birmingham. Similar to the IS 500 industrial model, the Composer Nova has up to four print heads and uses tool change technology to process support materials without compromising productivity.

A few years ago, Anisoprint launched the desktop Composer 3D printer series with a dual nozzle head for polymers and fiber reinforcements. The single head meant that support structures had to be printed from base material. The Composer Nova, on the other hand, enables the use of water-soluble support materials such as PVA, which are easier to remove.

According to the manufacturer, the four-head configuration offers up to 5 times faster printing speed for plastics and twice as fast fiber deposition per head. Most users will likely use one head for build material and support material and two more for the fibers. The 8th Gen composite fiber extrusion heads can be changed in seconds.

Although it takes the name of the desktop series, the Composer Nova is a 400 x 300 x 300 mm benchtop platform. It offers real-time monitoring, intelligent filament management for throughput and temperature as well as automatic bed leveling/calibration. An integrated sealed material chamber accommodates up to six spools.

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