Objet released the new Objet1000 giant 3D printer at Euromold 2012. This huge machine features 1000 x 800 x 500 mm (39.3 x 31.4 x 19.6 inch) build envelope and can make pretty large scale models for all industries. For showing off how powerful this printer is, Sam Green of Objet made a video of a short workflow of how Objet1000 builds the largest ever adjustable wrench.
The wrench is printed in Objet's verowhite material and has over 1.2 meters in length. It was removed using Objet1000's featured hand-cart system and sliding build-tray that is rolled on and off the 3D printer and into the model washing system.
Once the support material is washed off, this enormous wrench prototype model can then be picked up and tested. The entire post-process takes less than 10 minutes.
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