16Hertz for this week launched a new 16Hertz Delta 3D printer that has been specifically designed to provide a large print area and has been targeted towards STEM education.
The 16Hertz Delta 3D printer offers a build area of 420mm base by a height of 550mm and is capable of writing at speeds of 20-80mm/s with a non-printing speed of up to 200mm/s.
The new 3D printer is capable of printing using both 1.75mm PLA and ABS filaments and 16Hertz also is happy to supplying their TESLAB mobile Makerspaces to schools and other education institutions. The company explains:
“16Hertz is revolutionising STEM education, with a focus on hands-on, cutting-edge technologies and approaches. We are growing and diversifying the next generation of STEM innovators.”
– DIY kit
– Delta 3D Printer, prints in ABS/PLA
– Machine size: 56x65x130 cm
– print speed:20-80mm/s
– In air speed: 200mm/s
– Positioning accuracy: X Y Z 30um
The 16Hertz Delta 3D printer is available to purchase for around $3,000 in kit form and more information is available from the official 16Hertz website. If you are interested in creating your very own 3D scanner a new DIY project has been launched over on the Kickstarter website that provide all the electronics for you to print the casing.
Source: 16Hertz : 3DP