All it takes is watching the Poetry Infinity in action and you’ll want to get your hands on one. The Ira3D team, invoking their ‘made in Italy’ roots further, likens the 3D printer to a formidable and sleek race car: it’s fast! And due to the Ira3D fast layer deposition technology, it’s also able to reach a speed of 400 mm/s, promising a printing time reduction of up to 80% and superior accuracy. The secret is in the Infinity’s ability to accelerate at an extremely high rate. This means you save a lot of time when involved in a project, allowing for a streamlined, precise, and economical build for prototypes as well as functional objects. You can be promised a perfect design and all the greatest benefits of 3D printing.
But what about materials? To see your 3D model reach its full potential, Ira3D has introduced their line of special new Made in Italy filaments that allow not only for a great experience in printing, but due to their quality, you will feel more comfortable experimenting and being even more creative in your making endeavors.
The Ira3D team points out that many of you will continue to use ABS due to its thermal resistance and versatility in rapid prototyping, choosing it for fabricating gears, mechanisms, and other constructions which will be prone to both static and dynamic friction. Due to that, they’ve produced a new ABS filament which is able to reduce warping by 80%, meaning that resistance and mechanical stress are improved even further. You will also see the print quality of your 3D models improved because of the ‘no layer’ effect.
Ira3D also offers you a PLA filament, highly recommended of course due to its vegetable base and environmentally friendly chemistry. The team is proud to offer a product made from annually renewable natural resources that is fully compostable upon being discarded, offers a sweet smell during printing, and allows for increased strength and amazing print quality.
If you are looking for what Ira3D describes as indestructible yet still flexible, you may want to try their new range of Nylon HQ filaments. They come in multiple colors (blue, green, orange, yellow, black, and white) and allow for extended functionality, resistance, and reliability. The team recommends their Nylon HQ if you are printing at seriously high temperatures, seeking powerful printing for functional prototypes. It also offers the following advantages:
- Higher mechanical strength and durability
- Less chance of delamination
- Improved surface finish
- No need for heated bed
- Ability to make objects of all sizes
- No toxins
- No fumes
And if you are interested in 3D printing with a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), Gummify offers an incredibly elastic material that you can be promised will not deform and does revert back to its original shape. The company sees it as one of their most unique products, lending itself to numerous very important applications from the automotive industry to medical, capable of producing spectacular components and tools.
According to Ira3D, Gummify will be implemented with varying degrees of D-shore (hardness) 45, 65, 90, for a wide variety of uses in making parts for extreme sports, automotive, aerospace and much more.
Ira3D is a young Italian company, founded in 2014, committed to providing sophisticated and innovative tools for their users, allowing them to change the way they work and create. We’ve followed this team as they’ve released previous printers and exotic filaments as well as the Poetry X Center package and the most recent all-in-one Poetry Manufacturing System. The ultimate mission for this dynamic Italian team is to see that their users are able to continue pushing the limits of innovation as well as looking forward to high performance for work projects and manufacturing as well. Which of these materials are you interested in? Discuss in the Ira3D 3D Printing Materials forum over at 3DPB.com.
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