Zortrax Running a Triple Promotion Through July 22nd on the M200 3D Printer, Materials & Service Parts
If you’ve ever used a Zortrax 3D printer, then your heart is probably leaping just a bit as you hear about a sale. This isn’t just any sale, either. We’re talking about a multi-tiered promotion, offering just about everything you could need from this popular manufacturer headquartered in Poland. While their motto is ‘make something big,’ if you take advantage by July 22nd, you’ll be able to save big also, and get to work on that massively wonderful innovation you’ve been dreaming about creating. This promotion covers 3D printers, materials, and service.
Like many, you may have been waiting for just the right time to purchase an M200 3D printer. If you need more than one, or are considering creating a lab, Zortrax is offering this extremely short window to purchase a bundle of two at $2985. Normally, the M200 is available online at $1990. In buying two by July 22nd, you are receiving 50% off your second machine.
Offered as a ‘top choice for reliability,’ the Zortrax M200 is made of sturdy aluminum, offers easy to little setup, and boasts a build volume of 200 x 200 x 185 mm. Looking forward to a large workspace, users are able to enjoy using a variety of materials with different properties. The M200 also offers precise repeatability, and great dimensional accuracy, allowing elements printed separately to fit together easily.
“Together with the dedicated Z-Suite software and filaments it offers great print resolution with smooth surface,” states Zortrax.
Not only do we know that the M200 was voted the best Plug & Play 3D printer in the 3D Hubs 2016 3D Printer Guide, but I reviewed this model as my family and I enjoyed a couple weeks of smooth 3D printing. That makes the offer tempting indeed, especially after working with this particular printer. My experience was that it is a superior, smooth running machine. Not only that, aesthetically it has a very classic style—and will look lovely sitting on any desktop.
“If my pickup lines were like Zortrax prints, I’d have fathered a thousand kids.”
The next promo, which should interest you if you are thinking about buying an M200 bundle, is the Materials Bundle at $1237.60, including all of the following 3D printing materials:
- (2) Z-GLASS Natural White
- (2) Z-HIPS Natural White
- (2) Z-PCABS Ivory
- (2) Z-ULTRAT Magenta
- (2) Z-PETG Black
- (2) Z-PETG Grey
- (2) Z-HIPS Black
- (2) Z-ULTRAT Pastel Purple
- (2) Z-ULTRAT Pastel Blue
- (2) Z-ULTRAT Neon Green
- (2) Z-ULTRAT Neon Yellow
- (2) Z-ULTRAT Neon Red
- (2) Z-ULTRAT Neon Pink
- (2) Z-ULTRAT Pure Black
- (4) Z-ULTRAT Olive
In addition, Zortrax is offering a Service Parts Bundle at 50% off also, totaling $664.50. This includes:
- (2) Side Covers
- (2) Perforated Plates
- (2) Fan Coolers
- (2) Nozzles
- (2) Hotends
- (2) Extruder cables with adapters
Known for their commitment to the educational sector, as well as offering up numerous dynamic projects related to extreme filmmaking, fashion, and 3D printed medical models, Zortrax is a manufacturer that strives to offer a user-friendly platform for their users, coupled with superior quality and versatility. Again, if you are planning to take advantage of any of these promotions, keep in mind the sales end on July 22nd. Are you thinking about taking advantage of one or all of these promos? Discuss further in the Zortrax 3D Printing Promos forum over at 3DPB.com.[sponsored]
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