A new 3D printer has launched this week in the form of the PIRX One 3D printer that offers a build volume of 210 x 270 x 210mm and can print at a resolution as small as 0.03mm or 30 microns.
The PIRX One also offers users automatic bed levelling thanks to a sensor that checks the bed height at several locations on its surface before the printable begins.
Enabling the PRIX One 3D printer to know if the bed is tilted even slightly allowing it to compensate for the offset to make sure your 3D print is perfectly aligned. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the PRIX One printer and see it in action.
“PIRX one is a consumer-friendly desktop 3D printer that can be used by everyone. Thanks to high-quality parts, custom made linear guides and optical Z end stop it guarantees that printouts will meet even the highest standards”
– PIRX designers created a printer that solves most common 3d printing problems, like crooked printouts or flaws caused by the use of a material that can hardly be printed properly (like ABS);
– LCD screen and SD card slot – there’s no need for a computer connection during printing.
The PIRX One 3D printer is now available to order priced at $1,360 or €1,200 with more information on the new addition to the 3D printer world available over on the official website via the link below.
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