Meet the new Fusematic 3D printer from Maker's Tool Works (MTW). The Fusematic 3D printer is smaller, faster, and more affordable than MTW's previous model MendelMax 2. A low part count, linear rails on all axes and preassembled print controller make it easier and faster to assmble the Fusematic printer. All electronics are all fully enclosed inside the base, reducing the possibility of injury or electrical malfunction. The Bowden-style extruder makes the Fusematic 3D printer's carriage lighter.
The Fusematic 3D printer has a smaller print area than MendelMax 2, and is designed to be simply but less hackable. You can print PLA with base version. PLA, ABS, and experimental materials like nylon and polycarbonate can be printed with the optional heated bed ($50).
- Build area: 200 x 225 x 200 mm, 8 x 9 x 8 inches
- Full size of machine: 300 x 410 x 400 mm
- Layer height: User-selectable, 100 – 300 microns
- Print volume: 9000 cc, 576 cubic inches
- Shipping weight: Approximately 22 lbs
The Fusematic 3D printer base version is priced at $799. It is currently available for pre-order, and will begin shipping around January 15th.
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