After two years of development the Poland-based Zortrax team has finally launched its Zortrax M200 3D printer on Kickstarter. The Plug & Print Zortrax M200 is a cool printer. It features stable aluminum printer frame, specially designed printer head for ABS, PC-ABS and Nylon material and its own slicing engine called Zortrax Suite.
- Build volume: 205x205x190mm
- Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
- Layer resolution settings: 100, 150, 200, 300 microns
- Filament: 1.75mm ABS, PC-ABS and Nylon
- SD card holder
- Three different printing speed modes
- Supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8, including virtual machines
- Weight: 16kg
A Zortrax M200 printer with the ZSuite Software plus 1kg (2.2lbs) of white ABS filament cost $1,899 on Kickstarter now, and the estimated delivery is around September 2013.
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TT wrote at 11/3/2013 2:57:11 PM:
Idiots, 2D printers all look the same, Cars all look the same. Phones look the same, calculators look the same.. Stop Bagging something just for the sake of bagging it... It is subtle differences that count now, if the product does what I want it to do well, then I couldn't give a rats ass if it looks like an upside down sphere...
babyjesus wrote at 6/12/2013 1:00:40 AM:
lol ultimaker clone
Pedro wrote at 5/27/2013 12:52:51 AM:
@yuri following your logic Makerbot has been copied by Ultimaker, because Ultimaker uses plywood, or am I wrong? regards, Pedro
Jack_R wrote at 5/26/2013 10:00:13 PM:
It is indeed 2 steps back that anyone try to owe anything in 3D printers industry just by putting open source sticker on it and then to blame everyone that single screw mount was stolen from his design after all is missing only some open source slicer author which start to blame that they copied "idea" of slicing from him. Funny world of open scum it is indeed play in exactly same style as corporations doing with nonsense patents. Cars industry, phones industry, consumer electronics industry, they moved forward due of they reinnovate good ideas, but in 3D printing industry seems have to be a monopoly where only Replicator can use metal black design nobody else... call to BMW, Audi etc. and say that they moving this world back due of they just copy black color, silver and white color in every of they cars. same as they copy 4 wheels car design.. tell them to invent new colors and more wheels because black was used first by ford hundred years ago same as 4 wheels !!!
Uwe wrote at 5/26/2013 9:55:24 PM:
I laugh as I read the comments :) I bought once Ultifaker some time ago, I've quickly sold it. A lot of problems with extruder etc. the price is too high for a piece of plywood. If someone says that Zortrax it is a copy Ultimaker, I want to beat big five for creators of Zortrax because from what I see they done cheaper and better printer than Ultimaker which for the last two years made no progress. Ok, I just read a comment Bill Dempsey, and I did not have much luck when trying to get some support. BTW: Ultimaker copy X/Y from Multifab, Z was copy from Stratasys, the nozzle was copy from UP!. Even UP! was copy by Cubify ;) Generally, all printers are copies Stratasys printers :)
Scott Sanders wrote at 5/26/2013 9:31:58 PM:
@Yuri - I know personally Gadgets, they many times helped me in the supply of various parts for my printers, and it's pathetic that you insult them without knowing any facts about it, your behavior is one word pathetic. About Bluebot printer you should contact with the real creator of the Chinese 3D Joy, here is the link: http://www.3ders.org/articles/20130218-ultimaker-has-a-3d-joy-version-in-china.html And yes, I agree with you that Gadgets was on offer for a few days bluebot printer but as a salesman and as far as I know they did not sell any printer from their store. Personally, I would ask you to stop insulting GADGETS3D because frankly this behavior the Ultimaker team loses confidence in the eyes of the people associated with the industry of 3D printers. It's my 5 cents
Yuri wrote at 5/26/2013 5:17:12 PM:
The only problem in this that company who stand back Zoltrax design was selling bluebot printers exacly clones of ultimaker. After big scream they stoped it and made zoltrax to became inventors. And the true is that zoktrax is copy of ulti stylised on replicator 2. This is not step forward in printing its 2 steps back
Jack_R wrote at 5/25/2013 7:44:06 AM:
New printer old story, who copy who. I remember Replicator annoucement haters come and blame that Makerbot copied soliddodle design and ultimaker design etc. now is 2013 home printers scene have around 8 years it is hard now invent anything new wheels are invented now Makerbot and Zortrax start to build a good cars if Ultimaker or Solidoodle think that they invented something then patent offices are opened in every country - otherwise this free to use by any company.
Jack_R wrote at 5/25/2013 7:42:43 AM:
New printer old story, who copy who. I remember Replicator annoucement where haters come and blame that Makerbot copied solidoodle design and ultimaker design etc. now is 2013 home printers scene have around 8 years it is hard to invent anything new - wheels are invented now Makerbot and Zortrax start to build a good cars if Ultimaker or Solidoodle think that they invented something which nobody can use then patent offices are opened in every country - otherwise this free to use by any company.
Dan wrote at 5/24/2013 10:47:45 PM:
maybe I'm not a expert in Ultimaker but as I see you guys know better, but you don't know history this solution was made by some ppl from MIT long time ago (before Ultimaker "saw the light of day"): http://mtm.cba.mit.edu/fabinabox/dev/multifab/overview.html So I as a customer is not interested in the who did what but how that works and how much :) BTW: A lot of printers working on similar solutions and for me have no sense quarrel. Take care guys and not stress :0
G_Wu wrote at 5/24/2013 6:35:51 PM:
Dan?? U new to 3d printing? check out this link http://www.ultimaker.com hopefully it will open your world.
Yuri wrote at 5/24/2013 1:35:24 PM:
So watch how the X Y axes works.And You will see the ultimaker solutions
Dan wrote at 5/23/2013 11:13:03 PM:
yuri show us some cool prints from ultimaker and we'll can talk, because i dont see nothing here from ultimaker, good job guys
Yuri wrote at 5/23/2013 9:07:02 PM:
After 2 years of watching how the ultimaker works and after great replicator 2 design....
Jan wrote at 5/23/2013 7:42:34 PM:
Holy crap! Oriinal gyro from ABS, I see it for the first time, impressed. Good luck and greetings from the neighbors of the Czech :)