Beijing TierTime Technology Co. Ltd, maker of Inspire and UP! 3D Printer, the parent company of PP3DP and Delta Micro Factory, demonstrated its Inspire industrial 3D printer and desktop 3D printer Up! series in the TCT show 2012.
Inspire series from Tiertime are mainly used for professional and enterprises. With large build envelop, Inspire 3D printers can produce excellent printed parts with fine details.
In the video below Tiertime showcased the process of printing a 3D model on an Inspire D255 3D printer. (Please be patient with video loading - the connection to China can be slow)
Inspire D255 is mid-size model of all TierTime's products with greater accuracy. You'll get your models in hours, not in days. TierTime's ABS parts provide great level of detail, and different parts can actually snap or fit together, helping you catch design mistakes while they're still relatively warm to fix.
- Build Envelope: 255x255x310mm (10.0''×10.0''×12.2'')
- Layer Thickness: 0.2, 0.25, 0.3, 0.35, 0.4mm
- Build Speed: 5~60cm3/h
- Jetting Head: Single/Double nozzle
- Build Material: ABS B601
- Support Material: ABS S301
- Software: Model Wizard (latest version)
- OS: Win 7, Vista, XP
- Power Requirement: 220~240V, standard ground, 1.5KW
- Operational Environment: Temperature: 15~20℃ ; Humidity: 10～50% RH
Recently Tiertime released 3D printing material ABS plastic in five new colors: black, red, yellow, blue and green. They hope the new products could get more people interested in 3D printing and involved in the continuous development of the rapid prototyping technology.
Images credit: Tiertime
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