- High stability
- Smart features
- Large build space
- Dual gear extruder
- Low noise
Product information & technical details
|Product types:||3D Printers|
|Printing Technology:||FFF - FDM - LPD|
|Printer Display:||Touch Display|
|Supported operating systems:||Windows (7+), Mac OS X (10.7+)|
|Extruder type:||Direct Drive Extruder|
|Number of extruders:||Single|
|Supported Formats (Slicer):||STL, OBJ|
|Heated building board:||Yes|
|Filament Diameter:||1,75 mm|
|Building platform :||270 x 210 x 190 mm|
The 3D printer with an enclosed build space is the successor to the 4Max Pro. It has been upgraded with the latest features and is very stable during printing thanks to the metal frame and the dual graphite bearings on the Z-axes, which are self-lubricating and anti-abrasive. This increases the precision considerably.
An enclosed build space ensures stable temperatures and better printing results, as your 3D print is no longer influenced by external influences.
Dual gear extruder
The dual gear extruder has been optimised so that your filament is transported even better. In addition, it is even possible to process flexible filaments such as TPU.
The 4Max Pro 2.0 has smart features such as a filament sensor, resume print or an automatic switch-off after 3D printing.
Revised design for better use
The 3D printer has large leveling knobs with an ergonomic design for easier leveling.
In addition, the design of the fans has been revised to generate less vibrations and to increase the stability when printing.
- 3.5 inch intuitive touch screen
- Qualitative Meanwell power supply
- Ultrabase glass plate with good adhesion and easy removal
- Large installation space 270 x 210 x 190 mm
- Low-noise TMC2208 stepper driver
The device is delivered with an EU plug.
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Did you know?
The first industrial 3D printer was first manufactured in the 80s when the first CAD programmes first appeared on the market.
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