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3D Systems introduces compact EXT Titan Pellet 3D printer
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Jun 18, 2024
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3D Systems introduces compact EXT Titan Pellet 3D printer

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  • 3D Systems, a provider of additive manufacturing solutions, has launched the EXT 800 Titan Pellet, a compact polymer additive manufacturing system.

  • The EXT 800 Titan Pellet features a single extrusion tool head, heated bed, and chamber and is designed for producing functional prototypes, tooling, fixtures, sand casting patterns, thermoforming molds, and end-use parts. Moreover, with a build volume of 800 x 600 x 800 mm, the solution enables high-precision 3D printing with a smaller footprint and lower upfront investment cost.

  • Moreover, the company claims the system is up to 10x faster and uses 10x lower materials than traditional filament-based systems. Moreover, it can print with high-temperature engineering materials like ABS, PC, nylons, PEI, PEKK, and flexible TPE and TPU. The printer will be available to order, with the first batch expected in Q3 2024.

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