TrinityLabs has launched a new 3D printer – TrinityOne – in its new Aluminatus line of products. The printer frame and linear assemblies for X, Y and Z axis are aluminium constructed and promise to be very rigid.
The print volume is approximately 300mm x 300mm x 300mm, ie. almost one square foot, providing more space for creativity. The print layer size can be adjusted to 0.02 – 0.027mm, but they promise a matching quality to 0.01mm layer heights on other similar printers.
The TrinityOne combines a cartesian robot platform, with the X&Y axis custom-developed using 10 start 25mm pitch leadscrews, PBC Linear’s SIMO™ linear actuators, and a Z axis, based on the new Glidescrew™ product from Thomson Linear robotics.
TrinityLabs appears very excited about TrinityOne, claiming major development steps compared with existing low cost 3D printers through the large print volume and outstanding print quality.
The 85% pre-assembled kits are available at US $1,699.00 — a special pre-order price — through TrinityLabs’ website (normal price: US $2,199.00).
Have a look at some sample products 3D printed with the Aluminatus TrinityOne: