New LulzBot TAZ Pro industrial desktop 3D printer
Colorado-Based manufacturer, Aleph Objects inc., Announces the launching of its first LulzBot Industrial-Grade Desktop 3D Printer
LulzBot TAZ Pro 3D printer promisses to own multi material capabilities and many other features that ‘go beyond competitive offerings’. The hardened steel E3D components of the TAZ Pro, in fact, enable printing with engineered polymers or high-heat composites, which are too abrasive for conventional desktop 3D printers.
On the other hand, its new Z-axis belt drive delivers fast cycle times for quicker throughput. As well as a new X/Y/Z backlash compensation improves quality and accuracy of the 3D printed parts.
This machine, indeed, counts on a heated build plate and is capable of creating large functional parts with a build volume of 280 x 280 x 285 mm.
As the company describes, the TAZ Pro is an industrial-grade desktop 3D printer that provides professional results by allowing “large, multi-material and soluble support printing”. It is aimed for large and functional prototypes, manufacturing aids, and on-demand parts.
“The TAZ Pro is the first true multiple- material 3D printer with dual linear actuated hot ends at a prosumer price point”.Grant Flaharty, Aleph Objects’ CEO and President.
As a matter of fact, LulzBot 3D printer supports the industry’s widest array of thermoplastics. From flexible, rigid, composite, to soluble and conductive, including high strength, and chemically-resistant materials.
LulzBot TAZ Pro Features and Technical specification
- Dual filament runout sensors.
- Hot End Temperature 290°C
- Build volume: 280 x 280 x 285 mm
- Print Volume 22,344 cm³
- Heated build plate.
- Layer Resolution: 0.05 mm – 0.4 mm
- Print Surface Temperature: Borosilicate Glass/PEI
- Dual Extruder, 2x E3D 0.50mm nozzle. Two active-lifting hot ends for multi-material 3D printing and complex parts.
- Automated X/Y/Z offset calibration, nozzle wiping, and self-leveling features.
The LulzBot TAZ Pro is already available for pre-order from US $4,950. Shipments phase begins at the end of April. Similarly, the company plans to launch a next generation large desktop 3D printer to upgrade the TAZ 6 on May 1st.
About Aleph Objects, Inc.
Aleph Objects is the Colorado-based designer and manufacturer of the LulzBot brand of 3D Printers. These machines go for rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing, and print-on-demand items to help engineers, educators, as well as professional hobbyists. Among many other things, their core values include Free Software, Libre Innovation, and Open Source Hardware.
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I am sure many people will be happy to be using this printer in their workplace. I am interested in using it to see what it is like.