The T1250 is the largest industrial 3D printer in our DESK series.
Print up to 600 mm (23.6″) high
The T1250 is the largest industrial 3D printer in our DESK series. With a height of 154 cm it still fits on your desk, but you can print up to 600 mm (23.6″) in height and 350 mm (13.8″) in diameter. Let your creativity flow and make great designs and prototypes right on your desk.
|Build width||350 mm diameter (13.8")|
|Build height||600 mm (23.6")|
|XYZ resolution||10 micron|
|0.3 mm nozzle||150 - 10 micron|
|0.4 mm nozzle||300 - 10 micron|
|0.5 mm nozzle||450 - 10 micron|
|0.6 mm nozzle||600 - 10 micron|
|0.8 mm nozzle||800 - 50 micron|
|Dimensions||640 mm x 555 mm x 1540 mm|
|Net. weight||30 kg|
|Heated build plate|
|Build plate temperature||up to 120 °C (248 ºF)|
|Build plate levelling||Automatic|
|Heat up time (up to 60 °C / 140 ºF)||< 4 min|
|Nozzel temperature||up to 300 °C (572 ºF)|
|Nozel heat up time||< 90 sec|
|Max. extrusion volume||up to 15 mm³/s|
|Installation||Plug and play|
The Tractus3D T1250 is born from a passion for perfection —a single-minded goal to build the most advanced and affordable 3D printers in the world. We differentiate ourselves by developing the most powerful 3D printers which are still affordable.
Every business wants to simplify their workflow and that is where a FDM printer can really enhance the simplicity of the whole process. This 3D printer boasts the same high printing speed and accuracy as our smaller industrial 3D printers, but can print up to a height of 600 mm, with a diameter of 350 mm. This is perfect for users who need to 3D print larger sized objects with the regular plastics.
The 3D printer has a heated build platform improves the adhesion of the first layers to the build plate. A heated build platform reduces the risk of error while printing. The temperature of the heated print bed goes up to 100 degrees Celsius, enabling you to print with almost any material.
Tractus3D T1250 and Simplify3D® Software – a powerful combination that delivers innovation to every step of the 3D printing process