Zortrax Inventure 3D Printer and DSS Station Demo
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Zortrax Inventure 3D Printer and DSS Station
Zortrax Inventure is a dual-extrusion 3D printer designed for professional applications in various fields ranging from industrial design, through medicine, to engineering. It’s an affordable desktop machine with capabilities found almost exclusively in large industrial class 3D printers: a dissolvable support system, an enclosed heated chamber, and a built-in HEPA filter.
What makes Zortrax Inventure exceptional is that it has all of those features combined and seamlessly integrated with the entire Zortrax Ecosystem along with dedicated 3D printing filaments and Z-SUITE slicing software. That’s why Zortrax Inventure is a plug & play desktop 3D printer offering industrial-class performance.
Enclosed Printing Chamber
All ABS-based materials shrink during cool down.
The higher the cool down rate, the more they shrink. To solve this, Zortrax Inventure has been designed around an enclosed, heated printing chamber. Hot ABS filament getting out of the nozzle is cooled down to 80 °C (176 °F). This temperature is then maintained in the chamber throughout the entire 3D printing process. Once the model is finished, Zortrax Inventure cools it down further to room temperature. This way all layers cool down simultaneously at the same rate to prevent warping, cracking, and shrinkage.
Zortrax Inventure works with separate, watersoluble support filaments. Effortless, hands-free support removal is possible with all filaments compatible with the printer, ranging from Z-PLA to ABS-based materials like Z-ULTRAT Plus that requires extrusion temperatures as high as 245° C (505° F). This way Zortrax Inventure can 3D print precise movable mechanisms, particularly useful in engineering, and models with complex internal structures like the human heart for preoperative planning or training in medicine.
Step 1 Put into water
Take the model off the build tray and submerge it in water inside the Zortrax DSS Station.
Step 2 Rinse
Take the model out of the Zortrax DSS Station. Sometimes it's necessary to remove remaining support with a brush included in the kit.
Step 3 Dry
Carefully dry the model once the support has disolved.
Key Features of Z-Suite
Z-Suite 2 slicing software is a link between your idea and product. Use the multitude of functionalities and tools to streamline the 3D model preparation process.
Zortrax Inventure Main Features
- Has dual-extrusion
- 3D prints high-temperature ABS-based filaments with water-soluble support
- 3D prints support structures soluble in water
- Has an enclosed, heated printing chamber
- Has a built-in HEPA filter
- Offers short-series production capabilities
- 3D prints movable mechanisms in one go