May 30, 2015 | By Simon

Although we’ve gotten used to seeing the release of a new 3D printer on an almost weekly basis, printers that come from established 3D printer manufacturers tend to stick around in our heads for a little while longer - particularly due to their high level of quality and trust in a brand.  

This week, Polish 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax announced the release of their new 3D printer, the Inventure.

The company, who some may know best for their award-winning M200 3D printer, is aimed at providing “reliable, efficient and professional 3D solutions to business markets, where safety, quality and tangible results justify investments,” according to their bio.  Thus far, they’ve managed to hold that reputation in an ever-increasing landscape of 3D printer manufacturers.  

The company’s new Inventure 3D printer was designed to be a compact and precise 3D printer suitable for small and medium-sized offices looking for features that are oftentimes seen in higher-quality 3d printers.

Among others, these features include soluble support materials for creating more complex objects, a fixed printing temperature for creating high precision models, a closed casing with a HEPA filter to help ensure air quality, double print heads that can provide simultaneous printing from basic and support materials, cartridges for print materials, and embedded display and an included notification system.

The company’s new thermoplastic printing material, Z-ULTRAT Plus, was optimized for use in Inventure 3D printers and is resistant to minor damage which makes it ideal for rapid prototyping as well as for printing final objects.  The company has even gone so far as to compare the quality to parts made using injection mold technology.    

"Inventure stands out thanks to its price/quality ratio and its ease of use. It's our hope that Inventure's plug and print ability will allow more professionals to access and regularly use 3D print technology," said Rafal Tomasiak, Zortrax CEO and one of the printer's designers.

"3D print technology can be used wherever fast prototyping or production of a small number of copies of a given object is required. The most common users of 3D printers are engineers, designers and architects, but the list of users has been constantly expanding. We receive more and more inquiries from educational institutions as well as the medical and automotive industries," added Tomasiak.

Similar to the company’s award-winning M200, the Inventure is equipped with every element needed to start printing right after taking the device from the box and plugging it in.  Included with each Inventure is a set of useful 3D printing tools, a cartridge with Z-ULTRAT Plus and support material as well as instructions for downloading Z-SUITE software, which helps prepare 3D models for 3D printing using the Zortrax ecosystem.  

For those looking for high quality in both printing performance as well as in the aesthetics department, it’s hard to disagree that this new offering from Zortrax is worth checking out.



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Matt wrote at 3/16/2016 11:59:49 PM:

@Z-Renegade everyone know your stupid racist language, lack of culture, continuous hate. I'am very happy that you're banned, I'm sure that 99% users are also happy like me that this decision was made. You should look on the mirror every days and try to think twice before you write something, this is my suggestion of course :)

Z-Renegade wrote at 3/15/2016 7:36:30 PM:

Regarding Zortrax's censorship there is especially one Zortrax employee without even basic english language level that threatens customers and censors threads just as he thinks he should do. Management should keep the dogs in (and watch them better). Message with subject 'last warning': "You should think about what you write and to whom to target words with threats and hatred, lack of culture will result in blocking access to the forum for 30 days BR, Igor"

David wrote at 6/10/2015 1:37:45 PM:

Hey Zortrax, firmware for M200 still in beta !!! Hey Zortrax, one year ago the price for your z-abs was 18€8, 33€2 now !!! This company is like this promotion video : big music, big sensations, big promises and... big issues and communications problem. I got screwed once by Zortrax, not twice.

PHAN KY LAN wrote at 6/8/2015 12:27:26 PM:

It is very interesting I want to buy one

Josh wrote at 6/1/2015 12:46:16 PM:

I bought 10 pcs od Zortrax M200 in last year, and I'm extremely happy, the company support is perfect and the printer,software and filament give me the perfect quality prints. I can't wait on new machines :)

Victor wrote at 5/31/2015 1:59:30 PM:

i have a M200 Zortrax since 1 year : good machine with some limitations, but very meprisant staff (see their forum and omnipresent censorship)

Victor wrote at 5/31/2015 1:55:43 PM:

i have a M200 Zortrax since 1 year : good machine with some limitations, but very meprisant staff (see their forum and omnipresent censorship)

anonymous wrote at 5/31/2015 12:17:20 PM:

Zortrax we did not for get that filament was 2x cheaper during kickstarter of zortrax in their international store. Now it's expensive and still have same problems like all other printers, no heated chamber means no big prints, they delaminate. The third reason is user support. Zortrax team bans everyone who: 1. suggest some fixes or improvements 2. does not agree how things should be done and comment accordingly 3. does no have a printer and comments in their forums with different views from their own Sorry a company can't do this if they care for their customers. Maybe a post soviet country like Poland can, who knows. If they wanted to charge additional charges for companies to get a warranty on their printer at all. Now I see this is not required. Well to each their own I guess.

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