Zortrax M300 - Open Box, Good Condition

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We've re-calibrated and fully tested this Zortrax M300 printer, and it runs good as new.  The printer has a 60-day warranty, with Profound 3D's lifetime phone and email tech support. 

The chance to purchase an open-box M300 with this discount and warranty doesn't come every day, so take advantage of this opportunity to save on the top-rated desktop 3D printer!

Please note that open box 3D printers may not include all accessories.  Please email or call us at 888-874-7441with any questions on our current open box offerings.

Specifications:

PRINTING

Printing technology:

LPD (Layer Plastic Deposition)

Build volume:

300 x 300 x 300 mm
(11.8 x 11.8 x 11.8 in)

Layer resolution:

140 - 300 micron

Extruder:

Single

Connectivity:

SD Card

Available materials:

Z-HIPS
Z-GLASS
Z-PETG
Z-ASA Pro
Z-PLA Pro

Material container

Spool

Optimal wall thickness

800 microns

Resolution of a single printable point

400 microns

Material diameter:

1.75 mm

Nozzle diameter:

0.4 mm

Minimum single positioning

1.5 microns

Position precision (X, Y):

X,Y: 1.5 microns

Z-axis single step:

1.25 microns

SOFTWARE

Software bundle:

Z-Suite

File types:

OBJ/STL/DXF/3MF

Supports:

Mac OS X/Windows 7 and above

TEMPERATURE

Maximum extruder temperature:

380 °C (716°F)

Heated platform:

Yes

Platform maximum temperature:

110°C (230°F)

Ambient temperature:

20-35 °C (68-95 °F)

Storage temperature:

0-35 °C (32-95 °F)

DIMENSIONS

Frame dimensions (without spool):

X: 49 cm (19.3 in)
Y: 49 cm (19.3 in)
Z: 59 cm (23.2 in)

With all parts attached:

X: 49 cm (19.3 in)
Y: 56 cm (22 in)
Z: 59 cm (23.2 in)

Shipping box:

X: 56.2 cm (22.1 in)
Y: 56.2 cm (22.1 in)
Z: 80.1 cm (31.5 in)

Shipping weight:

50 kg (110lb)

ELECTRICAL

AC input:

110/240 V ~ 2 A 50/60 Hz

Power requirements:

24 V DC @ 14 A

Power Consumption:

290W

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