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Modix a global developer of large format 3D printers has announced the launch of its new extra-large 3D printer, with variable print volume between 1 x 1 x 1 meter to 2 x 5 x 1 meter (XYZ). The printer, Modix MAMA – which stands for “Modular Additive Manufacturing Assembler” – will provide a long desired XXL 3D printing solution for automotive, aviation, boating and other large goods industries.
Modix MAMA will be showcased at the Formnext tradeshow in Frankfurt, Germany, hall 12.1, stand G121 19-22 November 2019.
Duty - Printing
Built for heavy duty 3D printing
The new modular XXL MAMA 3D printer will target a growing need for 3D printed prototyping and final production uses. The 3D printer is especially designed to work with heavy duty print heads and high flow extruders, such as the Canadian Dyze Design’s Pulsar pellet extruder and the Typhoon high speed filament extruder. Printing several kilograms of plastic per hour is an essential capability of this new large printer.
Modix - MAMA - Customers - Kit - Factor
Modix MAMA will be delivered to end customers as a self-assembly kit, a competitive factor reducing overall costs and simplified logistics. It also allows flexibility in selecting the installation location. Pricing will be announced during 2020 Q1, planned to meet the budget of Start-ups and SME’s.
Modix is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel. It counts Boeing, Amazon Robotics and GE in its corporate clients, and has work with these and start-ups to gain “a strong understanding of their needs,” which is encapsulated in the MAMA. Shachar Gafni, Modix CEO, comments, “A frequent...
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