XFAB

XFAB® FEATURES

The first high-end 3D printer at a consumer price

PRINTING YOUR DREAMS

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Turn materials into solid

Our patented technology can turn a much wider variety of materials into solid: acrylate resin, ABS, polypropylene, rigid opaque, transparent, rubber, castable wax and ceramic.

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Intelligent material changing

Quick material change: intelligent cartridges,
no leakages, no need of handling liquids, no tray consumption costs.

Materials Range

Our patented technology can turn a much wider variety of materials into solid: acrylate resin, ABS-like, polypropylene-like, rigid opaque, transparent, rubber-like, nanoceramic and wax-like for casting investments. Quick material change: intelligent cartridges, no leakages, no need of handling liquids.

  • Invicta 915

    Invicta 915

    ABS-like, white colour. High impact resistant, functional prototypes, casings, snap-fit parts and assembly applications.

  • Invicta 917

    Invicta 917

    ABS-like, anthracite gray colour. High impact resistant, functional prototypes, casings, snap-fit parts and assembly applications.

  • Invicta 977

    Invicta 977

    Polypropylene-like. Flexible, for snap-fit prototypes of mechanical components, lab equipment, appliance parts and casings.

  • Precisa 779

    Precisa 779

    Rigid opaque, gray colour. For prototypes, toys, high detailed models, marketing samples and patterns for silicon molds.

  • Vitra 413

    Vitra 413

    Standard acrylic, amber colour. General applications.

  • Vitra 429

    Vitra 429

    Transparent. For clear prototypes, liquid flow visualization, lighting, equipments.

  • Therma 289

    Therma 289

    Nanoceramic, light green colour. For thermal resistance tests and high definition models for vulcanized rubber molds.

  • Flexa 692

    Flexa 692

    Rubber-like, black colour. For prototypes of handles, gaskets, ergonomic tests, functional parts, footwear, wearable devices.

  • Flexa 693

    Flexa 693

    Rubber-like, transparent. For prototypes of functional parts, gaskets, wearable accessories and prototype molds.

  • Fusia 444

    Fusia 444

     FUSIA 444  For direct casting applications.

Software

NAUTA® XFAB® Edition

Proprietary 3D editing software NAUTA® XFAB® Edition

SUPPORT

Automatic support generation.
Parametric technology.

Removal Risk free

Instant support removal, no risk of damaging the models.
Wide range of supported 3D formats.
Machine controller.

Economics

Affordable price

No material wastage

No tray cost

XFAB® Technical Specifications

 

3D printing method

Laser stereolithography

Working area

Ø 180×180 mm

Laser source

Solid State BlueEdge® BE-1300X

Slice thickness 

10-100 micron (depending on the kind of material used: with current range, 60 micron is the lower value, obtainable with Precisa)

Minimum feature size

250 microns

Scanning method

Galvanometer

Software

Fictor® XFAB® edition, Nauta® XFAB® edition

Input file format

.stl, .slc, .nauta, .fictor, .mkr, .3dm, .3ds, .ply, .obj, .lwo, .x

Machine size

400 x 606 x 642 mm

Operating Temperature and Humidity

20°-25°C / 60%

Power supply

24V DC with AC 240/100V / 50-60 Hz External supplier included

 

Minimum requirements for PC

 

Operating system

Windows7® or higher

Memory

2 GB RAM

Graphics card

compatible with OpenGL

I/O Interfaces

1 USB port

Connectivity

1 active internet connection

Recommended configuration

Dual Core processor or above, memory 4 GB RAM

 

Technical specifications subject to changes without notice.

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