Finnish 3D printer manufacturer miniFactory has announced Ignite, a new industrial 3D printer with a large build envelope. The company plans to unveil the printer, which relies on FFF technology, at the upcoming Formnext 2023.
With impressive dimensions of 600 x 400 x 400 mm, the printer allows users to print larger models without compromising the selection of the appropriate material for the project at hand.
It features an intelligent heated chamber that can reach temperatures of up to +200°C. This enables validated printing with a wide range of materials, including ULTEM9085, PA-CF, PC, ABS, PEEK and PEKK. The Ignite’s dual-pressure feature allows printing with different support materials to master even the most complex geometries. And with its open material system, users can choose their preferred supplier and materials without compromise. Not to mention, the Ignite’s integrated drying station ensures the optimal environment for each material.
Where many high-end 3D printers require a significant investment, the miniFactory Ignite provides an affordable solution without sacrificing quality or functionality.
“Our mission is clear: to make 3D printing a reliable manufacturing method for even the most challenging requirements. Make the smart choice today – Choose miniFactory for a future where precision, reliability, and quality assurance are non-negotiable. Your 3D printing success story begins here!”, comments Olli Pihlajamäki, COO.
The first Ignite units will ship in Q2 2023. The global launch of the Ignite will take place in two weeks at Formnext 2023 at miniFactory’s booth 12.1-F101.