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DeeGreen 3D Printer Unveiled By be3D

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It seems like every day we see another 3D printer unveiled. This unveiling took place yesterday at the German trade show, CeBIT Hannover 2014. Czech start up be3D showed off their 3rd, and latest 3D printer called the deegreen-1DeeGreen.

The Deegreen 3D printer will fill out the company’s lineup which includes the DeeRed, a larger professional 3D printer aimed towards the manufacturing industry, and the DeeOrange printer, which is basically the older version of the printer unveiled yesterday.  The DeeGreen features a much improved print speed, twice that of the DeeOrange, and also a larger print bed, so that users can increase their print volume substantially. In addition to these two key upgrades, the DeeGreen will also have an intuitive touchscreen interface, automatic calibration, a closed print chamber, and internal storage for the filament.deegreen-2

Here are the Specifications of this new printer:

  • Printing Field: 150 mm x 150 mm x 150 mm
  • Accuracy X/Y: +/- 0.1 mm
  • Accuracy Z: 0.1 / 0.15 / 0.2 mm
  • Nozzle: 0.4 mm
  • Weight: 16 kg
  • Printable Material: PLA, Woodfill (1.75 mm)
  • Maximum speed: 90 mm / s
  • Interior Lighting: LED
  • Printer Weight: 18 kg
  • Printer Dimensions: 495 x 395 x 390 mm

The company intends to replace the DeeOrange in the long run with this new printer, and will begin mass production next month. Pre-orders can be placed now, at a price of 35,850 CZK ($1,829). Discuss this new 3D printer at the DeeGreen forum thread.

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