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Zortrax Unveils M300 3D Printer with Bigger Build Volume

Zortrax unveiled their latest 3D printer, the M300, at the Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016 Expo, currently taking place in Amsterdam.

Based on the successful M200 plug and play 3D printer, the new M300 provides a larger build area of 300 x 300 x 300 mm. Users can now print larger prototypes without having to divide them into smaller parts. Thereby Zortrax directly reacted to their customers needs, as Rafał Tomasiak, founder and CEO of Zortrax, explains:

They’ve often indicated the need for a device that is as accurate and reliable as our previous M200 3D printer, but which would allow them to create larger, professional prototypes as a whole – without the necessity of splitting up a project into a series of smaller components. The M300 is yet another step taken towards simplifying 3D printing for our end users. Eliminating the process of having to connect smaller prototype components makes the entirety of a project less engaging and time-consuming for our customers.”

zortrax_m300_3d_printer_filament_spoolThe Zortrax M300 also comes with several improvements such as the larger filament spool that allows the user to check how much material has been used. Additionally, the new side covers for the printer help maintain a constant temperature within the build area and therefore prevent any deformations of the parts, that can be printed with a resolution of 90 to 300 microns. Users can connect with the M300 using SD cards.

Zortrax offers 4 different proprietary filaments that are compatible with the new printer: Z-ULTRAT, Z-HIPS, Z-GLASS and Z-PETG. The M300 comes with a starter kit containing safety glasses, gloves and accessories for post-processing.

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