For this holiday, HYREL 3D released a video of a single, affordable machine which could fabricate multiple parts simultaneously. HYREL 3D Engines or Systems are capable of simultaneous 3D printing with four extruder heads, and each extruder can be independently programmed.
With a single HYREL Engine or System, your capacity to fabricate parts simultaneously on the same machine opens up the bottleneck, saves you time and valuable shop space.
So, if you need two, three, or four fabricated parts... or if you need a small production run of parts... or if you'd like to mix in other materials with our different extruder heads -- you can do it all on your HYREL. Other Materials include: Sugru, Clay, Porcelain, Precious Metal Clay (PMC), Silicone RTV, Play-Doh, Plasticines... and coming soon, Wax, Chocolate, Cheese, Peanut Butter... etc.
For the material in the video, we used four colors of ABS. Each of the Mk1 Extruders in the video have been tested and verified to fabricate parts with the following types of filament: ABS, PLA, Nylon, PET, & Rubber. More filaments are currently being tested and more will be certified as 3D printable with the Mk1s in early 2014.
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