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Zortrax Expands Desktop-M300 Dual 3D Printer with Full Metal Packages

Zortrax expands the capabilities of its Desktop M300 Dual 3D Printer and introduces a metal 3D printing option. This 3D printer, known for its large work envelope and compatibility with a wide range of materials, is now joined by two kits: Zortrax Full Metal Package 316L and Zortrax Full Metal Package 17-4 PH.

“Zortrax M300 Dual is a truly universal machine, which combines a large workspace, single- and dual-extrusion modes, intuitive interface, and a very wide range of ready-to-use, calibrated material profiles. We’re now adding an option of metal 3D printing to this desktop printer with two comprehensive sets: Zortrax Full Metal Package 316L and Zortrax Full Metal Package 17-4 PH, encompassing everything that’s necessary to start metal 3D printing and to ensure fully functional metal parts, which exhibit the properties of steel.” says Michał Siemaszko, Head of Research and Development Department at Zortrax.

In addition to the metal-polymer filament, both packages include other essential components for metal 3D printing, including a special substrate, adhesive, an additional hotend module for the Zortrax M300 Dual and a voucher for professional post-processing.

In addition to the new packages, the Z-SUITE slicer software has been updated to better support 3D printer users. The latest BETA version offers a number of improvements for printing with metal powder filaments, including a new gyroid fill and improved support structures.

“The latest version of Z-SUITE BETA features a set of improvements in printing with metallic powder filaments. A new gyroid infill enables printing metal models with 60% to 90% infill. Another change enhances the way in which support structures are printed with BASF Ultrafuse Support Layer. Here, supports are divided into smaller blocks along all axes and narrowed down towards the bottom. All this makes supports placed in the areas that are difficult to reach easier to remove and reduces their footprint on the model”, summarizes Ewa Piórkowska, R&D Software Project Manager at Zortrax.

Find out more about Zortrax at zortrax.com.


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