Switch It Up, Trade It Up, Enjoy Italian Excellence with the Poetry Infinity 3D Printer Exchange from Ira3D
Currently, one of my good friends, a definite foodie, is traveling through Italy with her husband as they take a break from the daily grind in the US. It’s a social media blitz for everyone to enjoy vicariously or enviously, or both, as she posts one picture after another of the incredible shopping, late-night lavish dinners, and accommodations with a lot of captions that read with different variations on “can you believe this?” From one detail to another, everything in Italy seems to be offered at the finest—and quite effortlessly too, by all reports. And we know, from our experience in learning about Ira3D, that this translates to their technological realm as well—although undeniably they put significant effort into making sure that their customers have everything available to them within the 3D printing industry, from the business angle to those in need of an inclusive R&D package to specialty filaments and more.
Ira3D offers a full lineup of printers and packages, and their continuing innovative energy is infectious, with new features and releases seen on a continual basis—along with those famed ‘made in Italy’ tags, denoting that world-renowned quality and of course, class. First in class, best in class—they’re shooting for it all in a cumulative effort, and Ira3D is making every effort to include you too. In their latest efforts to bring you into the fold, Ira3D will actually value your current 3D printer, and should you wish, allow you to trade it for a new Poetry Infinity 3D printer, deducting the value of your old machine. This is all part of their new Poetry Exchange program.
You could be interested in doing this for many different reasons, but mainly, the Ira3D team encourages you to trade up to Italian excellence. Are you unhappy with your current 3D printer, or is it getting well-worn due to many hours of innovation?
Whether you are just ready to switch up and try something entirely new, seeking greater performance, or specifically seeking the features that the Poetry Infinity offers such as better resolution and high speed printing, this initiative is worth checking out—offering a way for users to find significant savings for accuracy, reliability, and a spacious build volume at 250 x 250 x 300 mm.
“Poetry Infinity draws its strengths from the recommendations and needs of a market in constant evolution,” states the Ira3D team.
Not only do users have a more luxurious print volume to work with, but the options for materials usage are vast: you can look forward to 3D printing with wood, bronze, copper, carbon fiber, and other filaments. Other features you’ll want to check out include:
- The dual extruder with easily interchanged nozzles is designed for a soluble support system, allowing for printing of items soluble in both water and limonene. The metal extruders can handle temps of 350°, which means you can use materials such as polycarbonate and graphene.
- Closed chamber with heated bed.
- Speed of 400 mm/s, with Formula 1 accelerations up to 9000 mm/s², and very high resolution of 15 micron (0.015 mm).
- The Sidekick, which allows for continuous printing, most importantly, if the power is cut.
- The Phoenix System, which allows for printing to start back up where it left off after something like a forced interruption that may have even lasted for hours.
Ira3D states that it does not matter what brand or model 3D printer you have, they will take it as a trade-in, offering you both ‘an excellent evaluation and special purchase conditions.’ This should be an appealing program for those who had buyer’s remorse after their last 3D printer purchase or just want to try something new, enjoying the power and speed of a professional machine. Discuss further over in the Ira3D Poetry Infinity Exchange Program forum at 3DPB.com.
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