Designed for PEEK, ULTEM, and other High-Performance Polymers, these machines are all open-filament, open-source and cutting-edge in their respective categories.
The AON-M2 is a high temperature, industrial 3D printer that can fabricate the highest performance thermoplastics. Print bigger and better with its actively heated build chamber and large build volume.
Choose from materials that can replace metals, with properties that can withstand the harshest operating conditions.
Avoid getting tied down with costly proprietary polymers, and experience the freedom of choosing between leading chemical companies.
Essentium is fundamentally changing how things are made. As innovators in both materials and production platforms, Essentium is disrupting traditional manufacturing processes by bringing strength and speed together, at scale, with a no-compromise material set.
At 5-15x faster than the competition, Essentium's High Speed Extrusion (HSE) 3D Printing Platform is built to transform manufacturing floors and solve the issues of strength, speed and cost. You can finally harness the power of 3D printing at scale without sacrificing accuracy or speed.
Did we mention it's all Made in the USA?
ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D Certified + ITAR Registered
The Intamsys Funmat HT Enhanced is designed specifically to 3D print high-performance functional materials like PEEK, PEI and PPSU, in addition to a broad range of engineering thermoplastics. Users can achieve 50-micron, high-resolution, industrial-quality 3D printing with the Intamsys Funmat HT.
The Enhanced version includes a new build platform, ceramic-glass build plates, updated extruder design, auto bed-leveling, independent motor drivers, and more.
The FUNMAT PRO 410 is an industrial additive manufacturing 3D printer designed for PEEK, PEI & PEI Blends, PPSU and other High-Performance Polymers.
For the very first time, the INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 410 features a dual extruder which operate in a large 305 x 305 x 406 mm build chamber (12 x 12 x 16 inch).
Built to handle standard materials like ABS, as well as more advanced materials like polycarbonate and nylon, the Funmat Pro can make a variety of different projects using its heated chamber, designed to prevent warping or curling.
This large-volume 3D printer features a 280°C extruder, a temperature-controlled 60°C chamber, a 120°C buildplate, and a build volume of 1.5 x 1.5 x 2 ft (450 x 450 x 600mm) -- all on a set of wheels for ease of mobility in the workplace!
The SAAM High-Temperature 3D Printer by CINCINNATI can print with virtually any material, from PEEK to Nylon, at a resolution of 11 microns.
Reaching temperatures of 500°C in the printing head, 250°C heated bed, and a heated chamber capable of reaching 160°C, the SAAM HT can print nearly any material on the market.SAAM HT is optimized for fabrication of tooling, fixtures, prototypes, and functional parts.
MAAM (Medium Area Additive Manufacturing) is an industrial sized additive machine built for production manufacturing. A rigid welded frame, CNC controls, and the latest extruder technology are combined in this machine to print parts accurately and consistently at speeds that are unmatched in the filament 3D printer market.
Its dual print head allows for multi-material printing. Its open source material solution, along with its temperature capabilities in the chamber, print bed and nozzle allow for 3D printing the industry’s most highly engineered thermoplastics, even PEEK and ULTEM™.
Cincinnati Incorporated, in partnership with Oak Ridge National Labs, has developed the world's first industrial size 3D printer and taking additive manufacturing to a large scale.
BAAM (Big Area Additive Manufacturing) is an industrial sized, additive machine. The machine uses the proven design and technology from our laser platform, including the machine frame, motion system, and control, and has been adapted with an extruder and feeding system. BAAM was designed to allow 3-D printing to be used for production manufacturing. The size and speed allow large parts to be made quickly. The ability to use commodity thermoplastic materials means that the cost per part will be reasonable. By designing a system with an open architecture for material vendors, material costs will be kept lower and with more options.
The Colossus 3D printers are the first FGF printing systems designed with a special accent on materials for furniture, construction applications and large size 3D objects. It also prints with recycled materials, combining cutting-edge technology to give plastics a second life.
Colossus wants to break down the barrier of entry for designers to sell not only their designs but make their vision into objects without current limitations. They also develop 3D technology for the commercial markets, like Furniture, Art, Molds, Automotive, prototyping, small series designs --everything is possible.