Oct. 15, 2014 | By Alec

It looks like Poland is rapidly becoming a major hub in the 3D printing community, as more and more new companies, projects and even 3D printers are popping up there all the time. Just last month, Polish printer manufactures 3NOVATICA unveiled two brand-new 3D printers, while a the inaugural edition of a Polish 3D scanning and printing convention was announced as well.

And now the another polish start-up called Endivio is on the eve of launching their very own 3D printer: the BlackJet V260. The company said that they hope this machine will act as Poland's first pro-sumer (or professional consumer) 3D printer. To achieve this, this printer intends to combine a high range of functionality with a relatively low price.

The BlackJet V260 has a closed, heated working chamber with temperature of 80°C inside, comes with two extruders: one to print ABS and the other to print a special type of support material. The size of working bed is 26 x 26 x 20 cm, which is obviously also heated.

This Blackjet 3D printer will be priced at 19,800 PLN netto (and including taxes, it will come to 24,350 PLN) which will come down to approximately $5,960 or €4,700 (both excluding taxes).

Describing what makes this particular printer suitable for the pro-sumer market – aside from the functions mentioned earlier – the pointed to its equipment:

• It comes with dedicated, individually designed software JetManager, firmware and electronics from Endivio 3DBlackJet
• It works with dedicated filament, that provides non-problematic 3D printing 24/h – 7d/week
• Built with high class metal components, that provides reliability and durability
• Includes print head and print bed cleaner
•Quick heating times.

The only disadvantage of the current version of the Blackjet V260 printer is that it software operates on Windows, and doesn't provide OSX support.

The BlackJet V260 3D printer has been designed by experienced engineer and constructor Krzysztof Rucinski, who has been involved in the 3D printing industry since 2010. While Endivio is a new company in this industry, they assure us that its team consists of experiences businessmen who've previously been very successful in the IT industry.

Thanks to Pawel @pmslusarczyk for the tip!

Posted in 3D Printers

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you people are retards wrote at 10/21/2014 11:40:21 AM:

bunch of retards!

Denis wrote at 10/18/2014 11:43:53 PM:

@me myself I think you even don't touch Zortrax, but for your information they supported OSX, the second thing is for what you buy a 3D printer? For housing, build size, or for dual extruder? It will be nice if you show us good quality prints from dual extruder :) Personally I bought Zortrax because I wanted to find a printer that will give me the best quality prints, that's why I choose the Zortrax. http://forum.zortrax.com/index.php?/topic/596-comparison-of-3d-printers/#entry13433

Mud wrote at 10/16/2014 6:30:35 PM:

What about the heated chamber? Stratasys has that patent. Is it not an issue as long as they sell in Poland?

me myself and me wrote at 10/16/2014 3:23:57 PM:

apple products are very uncommon thing in Poland, ppl there know that macs are 4 times the price of a PC with the same functionality(Bring it on fanboys) thats why no OSX support Zortax HAHAHAHA shure buddy one has to see that this zortax is juat like a ultimaker but with metal parts plus it has smaller volume and less precision than any other reprap and propraietary plastics so yeah shure zortax is a winner my favorite thing in zortax is the single extruder support system HAHAHAHAHA and the technology they use its not FDM but LDP layer plastic deposition HAHAHAHA brilliant

Hendrik wrote at 10/15/2014 10:38:12 PM:

And... Why would you have such a small build volume for a 'pro-sumer' product? I'd rather have 2 Ultimakers 2's for that price, thanks very much.

Steve Jobs wrote at 10/15/2014 7:10:18 PM:

Zortrax beat them to the "Pro-sumer" market a long time ago. Pretty machine but they seem a little out of touch :)

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