Nov.23, 2011

3D Systems Corporation announced that next-gen Rapman 3.2 3D Printer kit and it is now available at Bits from Bytes site. 3D Systems will also bring the Rapman 3.2 to EuroMold in Frankfurt, Germany, November 29th -- December 2nd, 2011 in Hall 11, stand F110.

According to the news release, the RapMan(TM) 3.2 is packed with new features that make it easier to own and operate, including intuitive touchscreen interface and USB file storage. 

Prices:

RapMan 3.2 3D Printer Kit Extreme (NBHE): £795.00 ($1240)

Weight: 18 kg
Dimensions (mm): 600 × 400 × 180
Availability: Up to 5 weeks from receipt of payment

RapMan 3.2 3D Printer Kit Universal (BHE-NS): £919.00 ($1433)

Weight: 18 kg
Dimensions (mm): 600 × 400 × 180
Availability: Up to 5 weeks from receipt of payment

RapMan 3.2 3D Printer Kit Ultimate (DH-NS): £1,112.00 ($1734)

Weight: 20 kg
Dimensions (mm): 600 × 400 × 180
Availability: Up to 5 weeks from receipt of payment

RapMan 3.2 3D Printer Kit Education: £1,238.00 ($1930)

Weight: 20 kg
Dimensions (mm): 600 × 400 × 180
Availability: Up to 5 weeks from receipt of payment

This 3D printer kit is easy to set up and capable of printing durable, colorful, complex geometries.

"The RapMan(TM) 3.2 brings personal manufacturing closer to reality," said Andy McLaren, Director of Sales and Marketing, BFB(TM) Products, 3D Systems. "Enhanced printability together with a compelling touchscreen user experience makes this printer practical to own and fun to use. Every new 3D printer we deliver underscores our commitment to democratize access to affordable 3D content-to-print solutions for the benefit of professionals and consumers alike."

The RapMan 3.2 printer kits will be available to purchase at EuroMold (while supplies last) and from Bits from Bytes website.

Background of BFB 3D printers:

BFB 3D printers are based on additive layer manufacturing (ALM) methods. Using thermoplastics, a BFB 3D printer heats the material through the extruder (or print head). The extruder then pushes out a very fine plastic thread which is applied layer by layer according to x and y co-ordinates, building a solid, 3D object.

Source: 3D Systems



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