Referred to as Big Area Additive manufacturing 3D printer, it pretty much clarifies what BAAM does. The large-format 3D printer, designed for industrial use and application aims at eliminating the size constraint from 3D printing technology is available in four different models with varying build size. The smallest one offers 140” x 65” x 36” of build space while the largest one caters to the need for 240″ x 90″ x 72″ build space. The printers weigh huge and the largest one is as heavy as 40,000 lbs. Using the design and technology from the manufacturer’s laser platform to offer a great experience to users.
The machine carries outstanding control, and an unmatched extruder and feeding system. Allowing production manufacturing, the 3D printer settles well with the norms of the industrial needs. Hence, managing larger size printing at a very fast speed. One can create parts quickly and easily without needing to go through 10 different processes. That’s the beauty of this 3D printer.
Moreover, the BAAM 3D printer is very reasonable when it comes to cost-effective production. It supports the usage of commodity thermoplastic materials, Hence, reducing the cost per part and making the entire production process feasible. A perfect aid for industrial setup.
Specification: Cincinnati Incorporated BAAM
- t is huge and can manage to print a complete car frame in one go
- Allows for open source material use
- Multiple material support
- Faster than almost every other industrial printer out there offering large model 3D printing
- Very Expensive
- Not available commercially for purchasing
- The accuracy and details may feel unsatisfactory to many