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Voyager

Voyager

A machine that is inspired by those space-crafts that managed to transcend the solar system, Voyager is a 3D printer that portrays durability and beauty both. With a capability to print objects with high resolution and high speed, Voyager is a 3D printer that matches the industrial grades and standard.
The beauty of this 3D printer lies in its potential to maintain precision even at high speeds. A mechanism known as ‘Bowden’ is implemented to reduce the dead weight from tool head to make it lighter, making the printer vibration-free when operated under higher speeds. Voyager is a machine known for precision and reliability.

Voyager offers you with a range of functionalities which comprises of:

• A coloured touch screen interface which makes it easy-to-operate.
• A variable speed active cooling fan for finer prints.
• All metal body for low vibration and ruggedness.
• Auto bed sensor for saving print failures caused due to bed levelling and first layer adhesion.
• High-speed silicon heat bed for low boot up time of starting of a print. A temperature of 120-degree centigrade is achieved within 2 minutes.
• A bed gantry made with lightweight Aluminium to provide stable build surface.
• Removable and reusable glass build plate which makes maintenance, print removal easy and cost-effective.

Curiosity

Curiosity

Aesthetically appealing and economical, Curiosity, as the name suggests, is designed with respect to the curious minds. Built exclusively for serving the educational purpose, hobbyists, thinkers, budding entrepreneurs and many more like them, Curiosity is a fully enclosed machine which makes it safe and sound even for children’s use.
‘Direct drive mechanism tool head’ is the technology that fuels Curiosity. This tool provides smooth feeding of filament materials which is a boon for printing flexible materials like nylon and TPU on a frequent basis.

Curiosity offers you with a range of functionalities which comprises of:

• A variable speed active cooling fan for finer prints.
• All metal body for low vibration and ruggedness.
• Auto bed sensor for saving print failures due to bed levelling and first layer adhesion.
• High-speed silicon heat bed for low boot up time of starting of a print. A temperature of 120-degree centigrade is achieved within 2 minutes.
• Removable and reusable glass build plate which makes maintenance, print removal easy and cost-effective.
• With auto bed sensor, stand-alone printing (by using SD card instead of connecting PC for taking full prints) and high-speed heat bed standard in both the machines, curiosity is a value-for-money machine.


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FDM – The technology that empowers our 3D Printers

How it Works

Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) which is also known as Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is one of the most popular methods of 3D printing in the field of consumer good manufacturing, automobile, research and development, etc.
In this method an extrusion nozzle moves across a build platform and starts depositing the material. Based on the input given through the system, the nozzle draws the desired object of the melted material in a layer form. This process is repeated as the build platform moves down for printing of next layers.

Materials in Use

PLA: Polylactic Acid (PLA) is the most used filament for 3D printers. It is a filament which is the fundamental element of today’s 3D printing. Thanks to minimal wrap, this filament can be used by the naïve. With a filament which is both odorless and environment-friendly, it is used to manufacture cosmetic prints, desk toys and prototypes using renewable raw materials.

Print temperature range: 180°C to 210°C

Bed temperature range: 0°C to 60°C.


ABS: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is another commonly used 3D printer filament which is favorable for making parts that are supposed to bear heat and wear resistance. For the better representation, the final output from this filament can also be post-processed with acetone in order to make it glossy. It is more ductile than the PLA. To develop parts for interlocking or the elements that are exposed to heat or UV rays, ABS is used.

Print temperature range: 210°C to 240°C

Bed temperature range: 90°C to 120°C.


Nylon: Nylon is an incredibly strong, durable, and versatile 3D printing material. This is a synthetic polymer that’s stronger and more durable than ABS and PLA—and cost-effective. Flexible when thin, but with very high inter-layer adhesion, nylon lends itself well to things like living hinges and other functional parts. Nylon filament is extremely sensitive to moisture, so taking drying measures during storage and immediately prior to printing is highly recommended for best results.

Print temperature range: 210°C to 240°C

Bed temperature range: 70°C to 100°C


PETG: PETG filament is an industrial strength filament with several great features. Figuratively speaking, it combines the ease of use of PLA filament with the strength and durability of ABS filament. Unlike ABS filament, it barely warps, and produces no odours or fumes when printed.
PETG is a good all-rounder but stands out from many other types of 3D printer filament due to its flexibility, strength, and temperature and impact resistance. This makes it an ideal 3D printer filament to use for objects which might experience sustained or sudden stress, like mechanical parts, printer parts, and protective components.

Print temperature range: 210°C to 240°C

Bed temperature range: 70°C to 100°C


HIPS: With a dissolving property in limonene, HIPS-High Impact Polystyrene is used for providing internal support of the overall structure. It is used as the support material for the models while printing with ABS material. Aside from 3D printing, other industries use HIPS because it’s a strong, ridged plastic that they can manipulate to suit their needs. The food industry uses it widely for packaging. Other uses include medicinal trays, signs, all kinds of kid’s toys, and much more.

Print temperature range: 190°C to 220°C

Bed temperature range: 50°C to 70°C


TPU: Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) boasts the most desired quality known as grease resistance, transparent texture, elasticity, oil resistance, etc. TPU has different advantages such as resistance to abrasion, ability to perform at low temperature, elasticity and mechanical properties along with rubber-like elasticity.

Print temperature range: 200°C to 230°C

Bed temperature range: 50°C to 70°C


PVA: Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) filament prints translucent with a slightly yellow tint and is primarily used as a 3D printing support material because it is water-soluble, meaning that it will dissolve when exposed to water (and so MUST be kept dry prior to use). PVA is most often used with 3D printers capable of dual extrusion: one extruder printing a primary material (such as ABS or PLA) and the other printing this dissolvable filament to provide support for overhanging features.

Print temperature range: 190°C to 210°C

Bed temperature range: 50°C to 70°C


Exotic Filaments: Based on the project requirements and needs, there are various types of materials available like sandstone, marble, wooden, metal, glow in dark, etc.
Wooden filaments is possible thanks to the recycled wood and special blending polymer. It adds the creative edge in the whole project thanks to its unique and rare material quality.

Metal filaments are in a league of their own—offering some very impressive, unique finishes to 3D printed parts. The materials consist of PLA combined with a higher percentage of fine metallic powders. The 3D printed parts look and feel just as they would if they had been made of 100% metals. Popular choices include aluminum, brass, bronze, copper, and stainless steel. Anyone who wants more of a creative effect can work on the end piece.

Carbon Fiber PLA is an impressive 3D filament. The material contains tiny strands of carbon fiber which results in a material that has an excellent structure. It’s also rigid and has superior layer adhesion. Carbon Fiber PLA shares similar properties with standard PLA but it’s stiffer. It also offers more dimensional stability, which means warp-free printing.

Glow in dark, the name needs little introduction as this fun filament does exactly what it says on the label—it glows in the dark. It won’t glow indefinitely though, as the 3D printed object needs exposing to a light source to charge it. Once charged it will emit light in whatever colors you have made your part in.

Print temperature range: 180°C to 220°C

Bed temperature range: 50°C to 70°C

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