Zortrax HEPA Cover

Cover for the Zortrax M-Series with HEPA filter

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  • Eliminates unpleasant odours
  • Constant temperature in the interior
  • Less warping
  • $236.66

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Item no.: Z-HEPA-COVER-M200, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 5902280823421

  • Eliminates unpleasant odours
  • Constant temperature in the interior
  • Less warping
M200 & M200 Plus: $236.66
M300 & M300 Plus: $312.49

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: Zortrax
Content: 1 pc
Compatible with 3D Printers : Zortrax M200, Zortrax M200 Plus

Description

The Zortrax HEPA Cover is compatible with the Zortrax M Series 3D Printers. It keeps the temperature stable during the printing process to minimize distortion of ABS-based materials. A built-in carbon filter eliminates unpleasant odours during the 3D printing process, while the HEPA filter captures the most dangerous particles.

Zortrax HEPA Cover solves the following problems:

  • Reduces warping by keeping the temperature in the printing chamber stable
  • Eliminate unpleasant odours
  • Filters over 99% of 3D print emissions, including ultrafine particles

What's in the box:

  • Zortrax HEPA Cover
  • Filter Module (Adjustable Speed Electric Fan, HEPA Filter, Carbon Filter)
  • Power adapter
  • Front door
  • Operating manual

Before using it for the first time, follow a few simple steps to properly attach your Zortrax HEPA Cover to your Zortrax 3D printer.

Dimensions of the cover for the M200 (plus): 426 x 357 x 230 mm

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