The Formbot T Rex is a large size dual extruder laser engraving 3D printer. It has a super large build size, which can print a massive 400 x 400 x 450 mm exactly, to meet your unlimited demand for space. With its optimized extruder structure and its super magnetic base, the 4 sets of extruder kits can be switched quickly. It is extremely stable, which can handle more than 300hrs continuous working time, which won’t choke nozzle, and make the printing process unobstructed. It’s high temperature extruder can reach as high as 350 degrees which allows the printer to work with hard to extrude materials like PEEK, carbon fiber, metal fill and so on filament.
Its additional laser engraver can work on wood, paper, PMMA and even jeans. All designs can be carved vividly. The Formbot T-Rex almost assembled, and only needs a few steps to assemble it completely, which is much easier than other machines.
The Formbot T Rex comes in 3 variants – Standard, Advanced and Supreme. The Advanced version comes with a high temp extruder kit and the Supreme comes with high temp extruder kit and laser engraving kit.
The printer uses a high grade aluminum channel frame and works with the help of pulleys giving it higher operation stability along with ease of calibration. Other free add ons include large 3″ LDC display that works well even in bright room light, and SD card support of standalone 3D printing.
The printer comes 80% installed all you need to do is install the tower for the Z axis, click the extruders and the LCD display on. The extruders are easy to change as they have magnets on the back all you need snap fit it on. This product is backed with a very helpful customer service if you have any issues assembling using the given instruction manual.
As a freebie you get 2 rolls of White PLA. It comes with a 12 months manufacturer’s limited warranty for defective items (excluding items damaged and/or misused after receipt). Included accessories come with a 3-month warranty. The printer works with most open source slicing software’s like Cura, and Slicr but for better result it is recommendable to use Simplify3D. What are your thoughts on this new technology? Discuss over in the Formbot T Rex 3D Printer forum over at 3DPB.com.
Mr. Peter Smith is Senior Sales Consultant of 3D Printers Online Retail Store Limited.[sponsored]
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