Griffin 3D has this week taken the wraps off its new range of Griffin Pro Series 3D printers in the form of the Griffin Pro XL 3D Printer together with two smaller Delta desktop printers named the Griffin Mini and Griffin Pro
All three Griffin 3D Delta 3D Printers have been specifically designed to be easy to use at an affordable price, as well as have the ability to be scaled up if required. The main difference between the three 3D printers is their build volumes.
Features of the new range of 3D printers include the ability to print at speed of up to 300mm/s with aprint resolution of 20 microns using a nozzle diameter of 0.4mm. The Griffin Pro Series 3D printers are currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $30,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
Other features of the range include : 2mm Thick Gorilla Glass Bed, Optical End Stops, Force Sensing Resistors, Custom Extruder Pulley, Carbon Fiber Rods, Viki 2 LCD Screen, Semi-Auto Calibration that takes roughly 3 minutes to complete.
Griffin Mini 3D print sizes :
Printer Size: 11 in Triangular x 16 in height
Build Size: 6.8 in diameter x 6 in height (170mm diameter x 152.4mm)
Price on Kickstarter: Between $700 – $950 (depends on how assembled it is and when you order)
Griffin Pro 3D print sizes :
Printer Size: 14.5 in Triangular x 23.5 in height
11.8 in diameter x 10 in height (300mm diameter x 254mm)
Price on Kickstarter: Between $850 – $1050 (depends on how assembled it is and when you order)
Griffin Pro XL 3D print sizes :
Printer Size: 22.25 in Triangular x 40 in height
18 in diameter x 18 in height (457.2mm diameter x 457.2mm)
Price on Kickstarter: Between $950 – $1200 (depends on how assembled it is and when you order)
So if you think Griffin Pro Series 3D printers are something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Griffin Pro Series 3D printers become a reality.
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