Power that lasts

Heavy duty 3D printer & lazer cutter

Three different fabrication methods and dozens of available materials. The most versatile and the most practical multitool 3D printer on the market.

Power that lasts

Unparalleled power and flexibility

Three different fabrication methods and dozens of available materials. The most versatile and the most practical multitool 3D printer on the market.

Power that lasts

  • one-in-all machine
  • perfect for beginners and experienced
  • multiple materials

Features that matter

Three different fabrication methods and dozens.

Efficient

Our 3d printer is the last thing you will need to buy if you are a maker. It is ideal for low-volume production.

Flexible

Our 3d printer is the last thing you will need to buy if you are a maker. It is ideal for low-volume production.

Cost-effective

Our 3d printer is the last thing you will need to buy if you are a maker. It is ideal for low-volume production.

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Three different fabrication methods and dozens of available materials. The most versatile and the most practical multitool 3D printer on the market.

  • one-in-all machine
  • perfect for beginners and experienced
  • multiple materials
"...This is hands down the best printer in the market. Could not be happier with my purchase!..."
John Doe
Maker and Inventor
5/5

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Frequently asked questions

There are many ways to ask a question, but you chose the completely wrong one. What does is take to ruin one’s day after all? It is such a weird, awkward question.

There are many ways to ask a question, but you chose the completely wrong one. What does is take to ruin one’s day after all? It is such a weird, awkward question.

There are many ways to ask a question, but you chose the completely wrong one. What does is take to ruin one’s day after all? It is such a weird, awkward question.

There are many ways to ask a question, but you chose the completely wrong one. What does is take to ruin one’s day after all? It is such a weird, awkward question.

There are many ways to ask a question, but you chose the completely wrong one. What does is take to ruin one’s day after all? It is such a weird, awkward question.

Just the options you really need

Three different fabrication methods and dozens.

Powerful

Our 3d printer is the last thing you will need to buy if you are a maker. It is ideal for low-volume production.

Powerful

Our 3d printer is the last thing you will need to buy if you are a maker. It is ideal for low-volume production.

Multiple materials

Our 3d printer is the last thing you will need to buy if you are a maker. It is ideal for low-volume production.

Easy to setup

Our 3d printer is the last thing you will need to buy if you are a maker. It is ideal for low-volume production.

High speed pint

Our 3d printer is the last thing you will need to buy if you are a maker. It is ideal for low-volume production.

Lazer cutting

Our 3d printer is the last thing you will need to buy if you are a maker. It is ideal for low-volume production.

There are many different 3D printing processes. The most common by number of users is fused deposit modeling (FDM).[2] This builds a three-dimensional object from a computer-aided design (CAD) model, usually by successively adding material layer by layer, unlike the conventional machining process, where material is removed from a stock item.[3][4]

The term “3D printing” originally referred to a process that deposits a binder material onto a powder bed with inkjet printer heads layer by layer. More recently, the term is being used in popular vernacular to encompass a wider variety of additive manufacturing techniques. United States and global technical standards use the official term additive manufacturing for this broader sense.

3D printing is any of various processes in which material is joined or solidified under computer control to create a three-dimensional object, with material being added together. 3D printing is used in both rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing.

By the early 2010s, the terms 3D printing and additive manufacturing evolved senses in which they were alternate umbrella terms for additive technologies, one being used in popular vernacular by consumer-maker communities and the media, and the other used more formally by industrial end-use part producers, machine manufacturers, and global technical standards organizations. Until recently, the term 3D printing has been associated with machines low-end in price or in capability.

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"...This is hands down the best printer in the market. Could not be happier with my purchase!..."
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Maker and Inventor
5/5
"...This is hands down the best printer in the market. Could not be happier with my purchase!..."
John Doe
Maker and Inventor
4/5

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Three different fabrication methods and dozens.