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Dynamo3D’s One Evo 3D Printer Will Amaze You With its Staggering Speeds – Pre-orders Open in September

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Make sure you watch the video at the bottom of this article, starting at the 2 minute mark.  

d3d-logoWe all would love to complete our 3D printed projects faster, right? After all who likes to wait around for several hours just to have a plastic object, the size of a baseball, print out. Sometimes the wait can be bearable, but this isn’t always the case.  What if you are stuck inside on a rainy day with nothing else to look forward to than the completion of that 3D printed object, which is seemingly growing at the rate of a living tree, or even worse what if you need that object for a presentation you in only a few hours?

A few months back an Italian company called Dynamo3D launched their D3D One 3D Printer. Reasonably priced for a larger scale printer which was fully equipped at €1139.50, Dynamo3D thought that they could still do better.

In order to lessen some of the speed issues within the world of 3D printing, Dynamo3D has just announced their new D3D One Evo 3D printer, which they will officially be d3d-2unveiling at the 3D Printing Show in London (September 4-6) and Paris (October 17-18). Dynamo3D worked with a Danish manufacturer of 3D printer electronics and components, Create it REAL. Together the two companies were able to create a printer capable of printing at speeds as high as 400mm/sec, which would make the D3D One Evo, one of, if not the fastest FDM based 3D printers on the market. The actual travel speed of the machine can reach as high as a staggering 700mm/s. In addition, the machine will feature the following specifications:

  • Printer Size: 38x44x45 cm
  • Printer Weight: 13kg – Shipping weight [23kg]
  • Filament Diameter: 2.85mm
  • Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
  • Filament Types: ABS / PLA / FLEX and prepared for other materials
  • Color Availability: WhiteOrange – MultiDrops – Caleido – GreenHexagon – WhiteGreen – MultiForms – and many more
  • Software: RealVision D3D
  • Max Build Volume: 24 x 24 x 25cm

Once unveiled publicly in September, the company expects to begin offering the machines via pre-order at a price of €1,900. It will be interesting to see if other companies, by that time, can adapt their technologies to print at speeds in excess of 400mm/s, or if the D3D One Evo will lead the pack upon launch. Needless to say, such an improvement should at least add a little bit of pressure to some of the larger companies out there as the holiday season will soon be upon us.

What do you think about these claims by Dynamo3D? Will you consider purchasing their new device? Discuss in the D3D One Evo Forum thread on 3DPB.com, and remember to watch the video below showing the printer’s incredible print speeds..

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