Winbo smart manufacturing company is determined to provide a 3D printer for everyone’s needs, and with the Vertical 9 units 3D Printer, the Chinese company may have an all-in-one answer for small businesses.
Working through a backlog of orders 9 times as fast
FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) with the power of 9 units gets the job done faster, but without compromises to quality. Each unit is loaded separately and managed individually so 3D prints can be timed perfectly without interfering with each other.
Such integrated productivity is ideal for businesses who need to perform rapid prototyping or, for example, in a 3D printing bureau with a stack of orders to produce. It could even be installed within a specially made makerspace in schools or colleges to keep on top of student demand for 3D printed projects.
3D printer specifications
Each compartment comes with a build size of 255×205×205mm. The nozzle diameter is 0.40mm which produces a layer thickness between 0.10 and 0.20 mm. The Vertical 9 units 3D Printer is capable of extruding PLA at temperatures up to 240°C, and platforms can be warmed to 50°C – ideal for avoiding warping at the edges of 3D printed objects.
.stl models are loadable either via SD card (plug-in a play) or connection to PC via USB. Orders of the basic Vertical 9 units 3D Printer (retailing at $13999) come complete with everything needed for set-up: including 1kg of PLA filament, a toolkit, nine SD cards, and 18 filament guide tubes (for backup). Two further economy packages offer more materials suitable for different production needs.
The Vertical 9 units 3D Printer in action. Clip via: Winbo 3D Printer on YouTube
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