The company nano3Dprint has introduced a new 3D printer, the MatDep Pro. The multi-material 3D printer is said to be able to print electronic components and functional materials.
According to the manufacturer, the MatDep Pro is suitable for makers, engineers and creative users. An initial batch of 50 copies of the 3D printer will be sold. At 360 x 250 x 200 mm, the printer has a large build envelope. It can print electronic components such as circuit traces or electrodes and integrate them into a 3D model. Two independently movable print heads are used for this purpose.
One of them uses FDM technology to print with plastic filaments. The other can apply conductive inks and pastes. According to nano3Dprint, this enables precise and customized electronic components.
With a retail price of $8,800, the MatDep Pro is aimed at ambitious users who want to print electronic components and functional materials themselves. Interested parties can apply for purchase on the website.