July 21, 2014

After a year in development, Singapore based 3dee Creations officially unveiled their first "prosumer" desktop 3D printer '3dee Onyx' last week.

3dee Onyx uses Fused deposition modeling technology and is capable of forming layers as thin as 100 microns with speed as fast as 250mm/s. It features a large build volume of 200mm x 200mm x 200mm and a controllable heater bed.

In addition, its seamless rod system provides high precision and quality prints with lower noise levels compared to other FDM 3d printers, notes the company. The intuitive LCD display panel bundle with SD card expansion slot can let you control and print with your printer on the go without having to plug in any USB cables to connect it with your computer.

The Onyx 3D Printer works with a wide selection of filaments ranging from PLA and ABS to more exotic filaments like nylon and Wood (Laywood).

The 3dee Onyx 3D printer is priced at USD1,688 and is now available for pre-order with a lead time of 4-6 weeks.

Technical specification:

  • Print technology: fused filament fabrication
  • Build volume: 200(l) x 200(w) x 200mm(h)
  • Max printing speed: 250mm/s
  • Printer dimensions: 343(l) x 343(w) x 470mm(h)
  • Weight: 10.5kg
  • Shipping weight: 15kg
  • Power supply: 12v 20a 240w
  • Nozzle size: 0.3mm / 0.4 mm
  • Aluminium frame case: black glossy and matt arcylic
  • Stepper Motor: 1.8° stepa 1/16 mircostep XY
  • Precision positioning: 12.5 microns Z
  • precision positioning: 2.5 micron

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Paucus wrote at 9/6/2014 4:39:13 PM:

Its easy to dial in 250mm/sec... If your acceleration parameters are low you will never reach that speed, though...

Blizz wrote at 7/22/2014 7:03:04 AM:

It's pretty fast, but imo being able to extrude 250mm/sec is not that extreme.

slo 3D creators wrote at 7/21/2014 8:07:24 PM:

Other than it besting the price of the Makerbot it is clearly emulating, I do not see anything compelling to warrant $1700 for a single extruder printer.

Seneca264 wrote at 7/21/2014 7:16:13 PM:

How is it possible to print 250MM/Sec? This spec can't be correct.

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