Our industrial 3D printers
Our industrial 3D printers come in several builds and sizes, and choosing one largely depends on your business’s unique needs and budget. The main things to concern are:
- First you need to calculate your ROI. Factors that affect pricing from our industrial 3D printers include printing materials, printer specs and size. Logically, the T3500 which can print up to 2,1 metres will cost you a bit more than our mini Delta 3D printer.
- Second question is what you want to do with your FDM printer? It’s good to know that all our industrial 3D printers can handle both prototyping and production and they all use a variety of printing materials. Choose the 3D printer that supports the type of material your prototype and/or end product needs. The T650P can handle all high temperature materials so when you want to print for instance PEEK and/or PEI this your best choice.
Our industrial 3D printers are optimised for production-grade 3D printing and designed with your ROI and needs in mind!
Pioneering the industrial 3D printers of tomorrow
We are not content faring on our past innovations. At this very moment, we are already designing and engineering the next generation of industrial 3D printers. This new generation will be easily implemented with the several extra perks Tractus3D offers, such as the SLA (Service Level Agreement).
You think you can help us improve our industrial 3D printers even more? Then we would love to hear from you! Do you have that golden idea that we can take into production? Tell us and you will be rewarded for it; we will make sure of that!