The HD’s print volume is 1,150 cubic inches (approx 300mm x 200mm x300 mm) and its layer-to-layer resolution as fine as .05mm.
“With this printer it is now possible to repeatedly print very large objects quickly and precisely in a number of different materials.” The HD’s proprietary heavy duty frame combined with the judicious use of acrylic, 3D-printed components, and cutting edge technology place Airwolf’s latest creation leaps and bounds ahead of other 3D printers, according Airwolf 3D president Erick Wolf.
“We applied what we learned from the V.5.5 and XL and customer feedback to design an incredibly reliable 3D printer incorporating oversized motors, precision motion belts, and bullet-proof electronics.” he added.
AW3D HD is able to print using many raw materials such as ABS, PLA, PVA, Nylon, T-Glass, Laywood, Laybrick, Bendlay, Soft PLA, and HIPS. The HD comes with Jam-Resistant hot end, as well as an LCD/Micro SD card adapter to accommodate autonomous printing.
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