New Blueprinter M3.
Danish 3D printing pioneer, Blueprinter has launched its next generation machine with clean lines, more power and less noise.
Building on the success of the M-series, the latest machine, Blueprinter M3, boasts smoother lines and an increased build volume. Optimised for daily use and seamless integration into the office-space, the M3 is also user-friendly and the noise output has been reduced by 60% so that the machine makes no more noise than your standard 2D printer and uses less power.
Staying true to the familiar, original M-series design, both on the outside and inside of the printer, the Blueprinter M3 has had a subtle makeover and now features an improved sleeker surface and display.
The M3 is also much more user-friendly and the user experience has been optimised and improved as a whole. Enhanced mechanisms for powder shovels have been installed along with new new powder drawers. The M3 makes sure that every single component works seamlessly, improving the entire user experience.
The M3 is now capable of printing more accurate and more detailed parts with an increased build volume of 200mm x 157mm x 150mm, which enables the production of multiple parts in just one printing session.
Other new features include:
- Build volume up 7%
- Reduced noise on vibrators by 60%
- Much-improved smoother skin/aesthetics
- Simplified electronics and mechanics
- Stiffer chassis, 40% improvement
- New lid hinge mechanism with damping
- All exposed surfaces painted
- Improved service access for maintenance
Back in 2008, Blueprinter was founded to provide an affordable 3D printing solution for small business, manufacturers, architects, engineers and educational institutions. Opting against traditionally expensive laser technology, Blueprinter employed a low cost thermal print head to produce its first machine in 2009. Since then three versions of the Blueprinter have been introduced as the company has grown from strength to strength across the European and Asian markets.