3D printing has been invented as a rapid prototyping technology but today it can do a whole lot more.
Zortrax FDM 3D printers work in various industries ranging from education through health care to aerospace.
Prototyping consumer products
Making consumer products takes a lot of prototyping. Zortrax M200 Plus 3D printer can make this process faster and more affordable.
Architectural scale models require millimeter precision to get the proportions right. Zortrax M200 3D printer can automate this process.
3D printed educational props
Custom made educational props are useful in anatomy courses. Zortrax M200 Plus can 3D print them at a cost well below the market price.
Large scale manufacturing
Large production plants can save up to 99% on spare parts by 3D printing them on the spot. 3D printing farms can handle it with ease.
3D printed models can be based on CT scans. Such models are useful in facial reconstruction and planning of surgeries among others.
NASA uses Zortrax 3D printers to prototype tools for astrounauts working onboard the International Space Station.
Making robotics easier
Building successful robots is a challenging task. With Zortrax M200 3D printer iterating through different designs becomes easy.
Automotive research and development
Modeling in clay is a usual way to make early stage concepts in the automotive industry. Former Ferrari engineers found 3D prinitng faster and more efficient.
Based on the Zortrax M200 award-winning design.
Build your 3D printing farm
With Zortrax M200 Plus connected, your computer becomes the command center of smart, reliable manufacturing. Wi-Fi module installed in Zortrax M200 Plus offers a fitting alternative for the file transfer between computer and the 3D printer.
Specification for Zortrax M200 Plus
In the box
Zortrax M200 Plus
- Works in the LPD technology
- Has a 200 x 200 x 180 mm workspace
- Has Wi-Fi, USB, and Ethernet connectivity
- Has a failsafe response feature
- Offers compatibility with flex-type materials
- Compatible with glass or perforated build platforms
- Has a filament endstop mechanism
- Works with third-party filaments