MakerBot Replicator Z18
- large build area
- Fast extruder replacement
- Optimized for MakerBot PLA
- On-board camera
- Easy handling
- App / Cloud steering
Product information & technical details
|Product types:||3D Printers|
|Printing Technology:||FFF - FDM - LPD|
|Printer Display:||LCD Display|
|Supporting Operating Systems:||Windows (7 +), Mac OS X (10.7 +), Linux (Ubuntu 12.04 +)|
|Interfaces:||USB - Connection, WIFI - WLAN|
|Supported Formats:||STL, OBJ, THING|
|Heated building board:||No|
|Heated building platform :||Yes|
|Printing speed:||> 80 mm/s|
|Filament Diameter:||1,75 mm|
|Nozzle Diameter:||0,4 mm|
|Building platform :||305 x 305 x 457 mm|
|Device dimensions of coil [LxWxH]:||493 x 565 x 854 mm|
|Minimum layer height:||100 µm|
|Compatible MakerBot PLA Filament:||Large (0,9 kg), XL (2,26 kg), XXL (4,53 kg)|
|Printing Materials:||PLA Filaments|
The 5th generation
Professional quality, speed, reliability and connectivity is what sums up this wonderful 3D printer, making it one of the best models in its market. The build volume is 11% more than that of its fourth generation counterpart. The printing times have been minimized for professional rapid prototyping. The MakerBot Replicator Z18 is Cloud and App enabled.
MakerBot PLA Filament with 0.9 ks is compatible with this device.
A suitable filament case can be purchased that can be used for the MakerBot XL and XXL PLA filaments.
Specifications and important notices
Store the packaging as well as the shipping lock for possible repairs if needed. MakerBot Replicator 3D printers are used for the specified applications provided that the MakerBot original materials are used.
No liabilities is taken for reduced quality prints when the original MakerBot materials have not been used. Please note that if materials used are not originally manufactured by MakerBot, these may catch fire at high temperatures. MakerBot original PLA and ABS are environmentally friendly and guarantee that no harmful vapours arise during the melting process.
Did you know?
In Amsterdam, a steel bridge was 3D-printed by robots on-site.