uPrinter was designed primarily keeping in mind customers wanting a fully-featured system, not necessarily a larger build envelope. It contains three 200-watt lasers making up for 600-watt power overall utilized in creating excellent parts. The 3D printing process of the printer is controlled via a unique fault detection system.
Inert build envelope of Additec uPrinter is 160 mm * 120 mm * 450 mm. The printer goes through automatic venting of the chamber after the deposition process is complete. The automatic wire cutters inside the build chamber of the printer permit the feedstock to be cut on its own without wasting shield gas, opening the system, and cutting the wire manually.
You can connect with Additec uPrinter using Wi-fi and USB for uploading sliced g-code files. There is a built-in webcam that allows you to remotely monitor the complete printing process via smartphone or tablet. Continuous support is guaranteed with the printer because of the access to software upgrades even after delivery. The printer is integrated with filtration to remove dangerous fumes away from you and ensure complete safety. The single wire feeder and process chiller make complete operation much easier than otherwise. You can even upgrade the printer by adding an additional wire feeder and powder feeder.
Specification: Additec uPrinter 3D Printer
- By displaying complete information about the technology, the company has given the complete idea to its users to compare with other technologies out in the market.
- You can print with powder as well as with wire using Additec uPrinter.
- The company gives you an option to customize your printer to your needs, in terms of an upgrade.
- There are not many pictures of parts or functional prototypes that are manufactured using this printer.