A machine with features: TruPrint 5000 with 500°C preheating and exchangeable cylinder principle
As a semi-automated, medium-format machine, the TruPrint 5000 features an industrial exchangeable cylinder principle combined with substrate plate preheating of up to 500°C. This saves you money. Fast cylinder exchange - despite the 500°C hot component inside - means the cylinder cools down outside the machine in a cooling station. The TruPrint 5000 instantly prints the next build job, increasing the productivity of your 3D printer.
How you benefit from the TruPrint 5000
High preheating temperatures significantly reduce internal part stress, especially when the part has changes in volumes. Component defects are reduced by up to 95%.
The TruPrint 5000 and optional preheating of up to 500°C enable special materials to be processed.
The industrial exchangeable cylinder principle ensures high machine availability and virtually no costly cooling down times.
The fewer supports required significantly reduce manual reworking. This considerably reduces production costs.
Just keep on producing: What makes the integrated exchangeable cylinder principle so unique?
Gain a competitive edge by using our quick exchangeable build cylinder. The hot component cools down in the closed cylinder outside the machine in a cooling station - under constant shielding gas and monitored by smart monitoring options. High machine availability and continuous build processes are ensured not just by quick change build cylinders, but also by quick change powder cylinders to enable additive manufacturing to continue. This reduces idle states and non-productive times and increases 3D printer productivity.
Our additive manufacturing expert explains how 500°C preheating function works
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