MakerGear, a developer and manufacturer of 3D printers, announced new products at the RAPID + TCT Conference and Trade show (Booth #310), which gets underway tomorrow at the Ft. Worth Convention Center, and runs through Thursday, April 26.
Leading these introductions is MakerGear’s M3 Independent Dual Rev. 1 3D Printer with enclosure. As an upgraded version of the company’s M3 printer, the M3-ID Rev. 1 features:
True Leveling + Auto Leveling – All new M3-ID Rev 1 printers will feature a touch probe that expedites, manages and improves the print bed leveling process by providing simple instructions to the user if needed. In addition, the probe also checks the print surface to generate a mesh using 9 data points to compensate for any unavoidable variations in the flatness of the print bed.
MakerGear Enclosure – Available as an option, this new enclosure helps maintain proper temperature of the print environment, reduces operating noise, and allows venting of printing-related odors.
Made in the USA, all printers in the M3 line feature wifi connectivity, wireless control, an integrated user interface, and high-temperature V4 hot ends that handle a variety of materials.
MakerGear will also be demonstrating MakerGear Cloud software, which is designed to maximize the productivity of a 3D printer fleet through printer cluster mapping and cluster-based print queuing, while protecting users’ IP through advanced administrative control.
MakerGear Cloud is a fully integrated machine and data management solution that features:
• Cluster mapping that allows customers to build and customize printer clusters based on placement and arrangement within their facilities.
• Efficient operation for both high-volume print jobs, and low-volume, high-mix environments.
• Secure cloud-ready 3D printing that enables constant productivity and adapts to a user’s device, location and security needs.
• Advanced administrative control that permits users to configure privileges by location, role, or account type.
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