Botzlab Innovations‘ latest 3D printers, the DRONA line, comes in three variants aimed at builders from the novice to the pro.
This new line of FFF machines feature seamless integration with all open source software and, with a Pro Pack including professional software as an option, they believe their design stretches the limits of the DRONA 3D printers into the global market.
The DRONA CUBY features a build volume of 200 x 200 x 200 mm, the DRONA CARVY can handle builds up to 290 x 290 x 300 mm and the DRONA CARVY+ is capable of builds up to 290 x 290 x 500 mm.
The founder of Botzlab Innovations, Pingnagan Pranavam, says his Bangalore, India-based company understands the important of the viral role the frame plays in a successful printer design. The all-metal design of the DRONA frames means steady movements and high reliability for precision prints.
“We trust and believe Open Source is the future, and it will provide the flexibility to achieve the results,” Pranavam says. “Having said that, we’ve designed our system to completely integrate with the Open Structure and have developed our own platform to achieve better results. We support USB and Wifi and Multiple System Support as well, and on demand.”
He says the DRONA line printers were designed with best-in-class technology and that dedicated teams work on the cutting edge technology and deliver the products to the market. Pranavam says the Botzlab Innovations team focuses on open source designs to provide “extreme freedom to spread our thoughts and develop kick-ass products in shorter duration with better reliability.”
Botzlab Innovations also offers a custom 3D printing facility which features high precision, FFF-based printers including the DRONA line and SeeMeCNC Delta 3D Printers.
The DRONA line of FFF printers are built with a proprietary anti-slip extruder and all-metal hotend, offer auto bed leveling, high-quality linear guides for smooth movements, the option to print a variety of materials from PLA, ABS, wood and HIPS to PVA, and are built to support on various software platforms including Windows, Mac and Linux.
The DRONA printers offer Z movements with layer height from 50 to 250 microns with a new option up to 25 microns, and their innovative belt-driven system options drive a highly precise 0.4 mm nozzle set which can be optionally set to 0.3, 0.5 or 0.8 mm. The printers feature speeds from 30 mm/s to 80 mm/s and a travel speed up to 120mm/s with pause and print options for filament color changes.
According to Pranavam, a dedicated support team and forum-based interactions enhance the quality of their service and collect customer feedback.
If you’d like to see all the details of the DRONA line of printers from Botzlab Innovations, you can check them out here. Botzlab also offers the mUVe line of SLA printers.
Have you ever used any of the Botzlab Innovations’ FFF or SLA 3D printers? Let us know in the DRONA 3D Printers forum thread on 3DPB.com.
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