Melbourne, Australia-based 3D printer manufacturer 3D Stuffmaker has just announced the launch of the company’s dual head CORE G2, available now for $1,995 (USD). They say it’s the first in a planned series of multi-material 3D printers to complement their existing line of devices.
They call it a light industrial grade printer, and it features metal construction, high-resolution dual head printing capabilities, multi-color and multi-material printing, a large print volume, automatic print leveling, and ultra quiet operation.
The CORE G2 also features built-in LCD and SD card connectivity for standalone printing, and configurable nozzle options, and it comes with professional 3D printing software with a multilingual interface.
“The 3D Stuffmaker CORE G2 sets new standards in affordable desktop 3D printing with its high resolution dual head printing capabilities,” says 3D Stuffmaker co-founder Bill Besim. “We’re kicking off the release of 3D Stuffmaker’s CORE G2 with a limited time introductory price offer for early adopters.”
Since back in 2011, 3D Stuffmaker has primarily concerned themselves with manufacturing 3D printers for hobbyists, educators, and engineers, but Besim says the CORE G2 represents a company entry designed specifically for light industrial users.
Besim adds that 2015 will see a continued expansion of the 3D Stuffmaker range of printers which will include advanced features. He says he believes his product line will set “the benchmark for a new generation of 3D printers.”
The line of 3D Stuffmaker printers are manufactured by Iprint Technologies Pty Ltd, the Australian company established in 2011.
Steve Weatherly, the director of 3D Stuffmaker USA, says this latest machine from the company takes advantage of critical feedback from their current customer base which helped the company further development a durable machine with high precision movements and superb accuracy.
“We always strive to achieve this outcome at a value price point that you can expect from 3D Stuffmaker,” Weatherly says of the CORE G2. “This machine will continue to raise the bar in the 3D printing space.”
The CORE G2 was designed for light industry, engineers, and architects. The machine features 50 micron layer resolution, quick change nozzles, and LCD control panel and a build envelope of 220 x 230 x 220 mm. Customers will receive 1 month of online Skype support and software which supports popular operating systems like Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux. The CORE G2 is intended for use with the company’s 3D Stuffmaker 1.75mm filament.
Have you ever used a 3D Stuffmaker printer? Let us know in the CORE G2 Light Industrial Printer forum thread on 3DPB.com. Check out videos below featuring the CORE G2.
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