Features of the Zortrax M300 Dual 3D Printer

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Zortrax M300 Dual is a reliable, large-volume 3D printer that turns digital projects into three-dimensional objects using Layer Plastic Deposition Plus (LPD Plus) technology, in which the model and support structures are 3D printed with separate materials.

Zortrax M300

It makes printing complex structures with holes, crevices, and protruding elements much easier as water-soluble support filaments make the post-processing less risky in terms of damaging the design.

Zortrax M300

With the Android operating system that you can access through an 800x480 px touchscreen, M300 Dual is extremely easy to work with. Moreover, M300 Dual can detect a power outage and resume printing from the same spot when the power is back on.

M300 Dual uses a dual hotend that can print model and support materials interchangeably. This extruder is compatible with demanding materials and different types of support filaments.

Zortrax M300

The risk of a failed print is very low, as the printing process is automatically paused when the filament is jammed, runs out, or when the nozzle gets clogged.

M300 Dual works with both perforated and glass plates. Regardless of the platform type, calibration is easy, as M300 Dual uses a capacitive sensor for that purpose. For efficient cooling, M300 Dual has 3 fans - two for the extruder block and a radial fan for the print.

Zortrax M300 Dual

The Zortrax M300 Dual comes with Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity. It also has USB ports if it's more convenient for you. There’s no need to go back and forth to your printer all day long.

M300 Dual

And it applies to monitoring your prints too! M300 Dual has a built-in camera, so you can keep an eye on your 3D prints anytime. And to make it eeeeven easier... you can start, pause, and stop the printing process, as well as organize your files, and more via Zortrax inCloud, an intuitive cloud-based system that helps you manage your 3D printing jobs.

The Zortrax M300 Dual 3D printer is available from the Zortrax experts at Profound3D.com.

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