Italian company Dynamo 3D designs and produces 3D printers, and they now say their latest offering, the D3D ONE EVO, offers “major innovations including its printing speed” as a result of a collaboration with Create It REAL, a Danish company specializing in electronics for 3D printers.
Dynamo 3D say they got their start in the world of Supermoto motorcycle competition, and they used that experience to “conscientiously select 3D products of high quality at the best price” just as they did when they competed in the Supermoto World Championship arena.
“With the D3D One EVO we looked to improve significantly the print speed that could represent for customers an obstacle to buying a 3D printer,” says Daniele Puca, the president of Dynamo 3D. “We have worked with Create it REAL and the results are more than satisfactory. The printer goes four times faster than any other model on the market so far, printing up to 400mm/sec.”
This latest machine also features a Remote Diagnostic System aimed at letting customers send an email to technical support which includes data collected from the printer and the motherboard.
The company says the D3D EVO was designed from the ground up by an in-house team and Create It REAL engineers to use Create It REAL’s Real Vision software and control board.
The D3D EVO is made from impact-resistant methacrylate and aluminum, comes in colors like WhiteOrange, MultiDropsm, Caleido, GreenHexagon, and WhiteGreen. The printer features a build volume of 240 x 240 x 250 mm, layer resolution down to 20 microns and a print speed of 30-400 mm/s. It also includes a heated silicon bed, SD Card and USB interconnectivity, a 128 x 64 LCD graphic display, and RealVision D3D software.
In addition, the company says the D3D EVO has also been tested using multiple materials like ColorFabb PLA, XT, bronzeFill, copperFill, brassFill, Protopasta Carbonfiber PLA, and ABS.
The announcement also marks the company’s entry into the Americas market, and D3D says Preet Jesrani of DESIGNBOX3D will manage distributor relationships and create a reseller network for the D3D line of printers.
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