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Large 3D Printers

Manufacture large parts at low cost and manufacture complex models - that you would otherwise print in a series of smaller parts - in one go. These are the benefits of a large 3D printer. Manufacturers with a keen eye for innovation have been using them for quite some time. You can too. From 1:1 scale velociraptors to product prototyping and making, there’re no big applications a large 3D printer cannot excel in.

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  1. Large
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  2. 3DGence
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  4. EnvisionTEC
  5. MarkForged
  6. Ultimaker
  7. Zortrax
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  1. ABS
  2. Carbon Fibre
  3. Fibreglass
  4. HIPS
  5. Kevlar
  6. Nylon
  7. PET
  8. PETG
  9. PLA
  10. PVA
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  1. 1.75mm
  2. 2.85mm
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  1. Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
  2. Composite Filament Fabrication (CFF) ™
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Large 3D Printers

Large-format 3D printers have been around for some time. Since the 80s in fact, when manufacturers saw an opportunity to apply additive manufacturing to their production line. Decades later, its potential is still unfolding. There are now more large 3D printers than ever before, and it’s incredible what they can do.

From making true-to-scale car panels and aerospace prototypes to skyscraper signs, architectural mock-ups and 2-metre tall sculptures, large-format 3D printing has found use and purpose in every conceivable application.

Most large 3D printers are fused filament fabrication (FFF) printers, which means they extrude plastic onto a build plate in layers to make models.

The difference between machines comes in the quality of those prints and the speed at which they are made. Largely, this is determined by the quality of the extruder and stepper motors. Materials also play a role in print quality and speed.

Some large-format 3D printers support a wider range of materials than others. Most will print PLA and ABS. Others take things further with support for nylon, PET and more. Most of them also have an open filament system, meaning you can use third-party materials without voiding the manufacturer’s warranty, which is always a bonus.

Large 3D Printers


Large 3D Printers

Large-format 3D printers have been around for some time. Since the 80s in fact, when manufacturers saw an opportunity to apply additive manufacturing to their production line. Decades later, its potential is still unfolding. There are now more large 3D printers than ever before, and it’s incredible what they can do.

From making true-to-scale car panels and aerospace prototypes to skyscraper signs, architectural mock-ups and 2-metre tall sculptures, large-format 3D printing has found use and purpose in every conceivable application.

Most large 3D printers are fused filament fabrication (FFF) printers, which means they extrude plastic onto a build plate in layers to make models.

The difference between machines comes in the quality of those prints and the speed at which they are made. Largely, this is determined by the quality of the extruder and stepper motors. Materials also play a role in print quality and speed.

Some large-format 3D printers support a wider range of materials than others. Most will print PLA and ABS. Others take things further with support for nylon, PET and more. Most of them also have an open filament system, meaning you can use third-party materials without voiding the manufacturer’s warranty, which is always a bonus.