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Wematter releases Gravity 2022 Mk II

Swedish SLS 3D printer manufacturer Wematter released its new 3D printer Gravity 2022 Mk II, offering multiple new features. The printer can be seen at the Wematter booth F50 in hall 9 at the TCT 3Sixty exhibition in Birmingham, June 8-9.

Every 3D printer has a limit in terms of how fine details it can print, typically set by its laser. With the upgraded Deep Space software, the new Gravity pushes these limits with a detail preservation algorithm. Besides the improved quality of the prints, this will also save time for design engineers.

The new Gravity is also easier to clean between each print-run, saving even more time.
A better thermal design of the processing chamber increases the printable volume by 20-30% depending on the material. This is greatly appreciated by customers who need a bigger print volume than the majority of the printers in the price range Gravity offers.

“An important part of my vision for Gravity has been to create an SLS 3D printer
that is as natural to use in the office as your printer for paper. With these new
improvements, I think we are more or less there”, says founder and CEO Robert

Some new features in Gravity 2022 Mk II:

● Improved water cooling system – it is now more granular, cooling exactly
what needs cooling.
● New protective window eliminates some time-consuming cleaning steps
between print runs.
● Build preview replaces Slicing, which simplifies and speeds up the
placement of your 3D prints in the available print volume.
● Support integration – all support tickets handled via Deep Space software
● Improved detail preservation algorithm that automizes several parameters
that previously only an experienced SLS 3D print operator would have
● Improved thermal design – Deep Space can now handle heat in a better
way, leading to more predictable results
● OTA and a complete service panel enable service technicians to monitor
and control everything in Gravity remotely, without separate tools or
● The list of materials that Gravity can print keeps on growing, bringing it to
18 versions of 6 different materials.

For more information, visit: www.wematter3d.com.

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