Y Soft’s Pro-Grade DeeRed 3D Printer Hits Global Market

Aiming to provide professional-grade 3D printing solutions at a low price point, Y Soft’s Be3D DeeRed has been a welcome tool for large-format rapid prototyping and end-use production. Since investing $2 million and gaining majority ownership within the Czech-based company Be3D back in 2014, Y Soft has released both the professional-grade DeeRed and the consumer-minded DeeGreen (which I actually reviewed for 3DPI back in December), both of which seem to be generally well-received by the industry. After gaining certain certification and increasing their production capacity, Y Soft is proud to announce that the Be3D DeeRed 3D printer will now, for the first time, be available for distribution across the entire global market.

DeeRed3DprinterThe DeeRed is a professional-grade FFF printer with two extruders to support multi-material printing. It has quite the range of material compatibility, including a variety of polymers such as PLA, ABS, HIPS, and PVA. Though the 3D printer aims for industrial-grade standards of quality, the DeeRed is also engineered with accessibility and ease of use in mind, allowing users the ability to remove the print platform or connect online via Ethernet. The DeeRed has an estimated cost of €25,000 (approximately $28,000 USD), which may be deemed an affordable price for the professional-grade quality that Y Soft Be3D’s 3D printer provides.

“We were impressed by YSoft be3D DeeRed’s price-performance ratio when it was introduced to the market,” said Michal Bizoň, the R&D Director at HBPO Czech s.r.o. “We were looking for a solution that would help us to simplify and speed up the prototyping process which is an important part of our business. DeeRed’s large chamber, broad material compatibility and ease of use are features that are crucial for achieving this goal.”

The DeeRed has already proved successful for companies such as HBPO Czech and also OSRAM, a lighting systems manufacturer who also utilized the Be3D DeeRed to quick and reliable prototyping purposes. Y Soft is currently displaying the educational value of the DeeRed as well, teaming with the Middle Eastern technological solutions provider Atlab this week to showcase the DeeRed at the GESS (Global Education Supplies and Solutions) exhibition in Dubai, which is going on until March 3. Y Soft be3D feels as if the DeeRed’s competitive price and reliable functionality makes it a prime candidate to succeed within the global market.


“Purchasing decisions in manufacturing are driven by three crucial factors: reliability, speed and minimal demand on users’ technical skills. Successfully addressing these factors with an aggressively competitive price were our key goals when developing DeeRed,” said David Miklas, the CEO of Y Soft be3D.