Italian 3D printer manufacturer Kentstrapper has launched the Verve 3D printer designed to simplify and speed up the interaction between user and machine. Among its features are the Narwhal user interface, the Filament guardian and Phoenix systems.
Following the Zero 3D printer, Kentstrapper has now released the Verve FFF-printer that combines useful functions and systems with ease-of-use.
Additional to automated calibration that doesn’t require any user interaction, the 3D printer with a build volume of 200 x 200 x 200 mm is equipped with several systems that significantly reduce the risk of failure during the printing process. The filament guarding ensures that in case the printer runs out of material, the printing process stops automatically. Once you have refilled the filament, printing can be resumed. The Phoenix system makes sure that in case printing is interrupted by an electricity outage, you can resume the process from where it left off. It allows for pausing the print job to resume at a later time.
The Verve also features the new and dynamic Narwhal interface with coloured icons and symbols to enter commands through the 2.8 inch touch screen display. During the printing process users can find there information on the current print status.
- Technology: FFF
- Build area: 200 x 200 x 200 mm
- Layer resolution: fast 160 micron/medium quality 100 micron/high quality: 20 micron
- Print speed: 10 – 300 mm/s
- Travel speed: 10 – 300 mm/s
- Extruder: all metal extruder with interchangeable nozzles (standard 0.4 mm)
- Filament: 1.75 mm PLA, ABS, Nylon, flexible materials, Laywood, Laybrick
- Temperature: Extruder 180 – 260°C/Print bed 50 – 100°C
- Dimensions: 500 x 460 x 420 mm
- System required for Software: Mac/Windows
- File format: STL, OBJ, AMF
You can find more information and request a quote on the manufacturer’s website.