Zortrax - Print as you want

Various types of build platforms and a wide range of third-party filaments are fully supported. Not being limited to a single supplier allows choosing the setup perfectly tailored to the task at hand.

 

 

Zortrax M300

Zortrax M300 is a reliable device that allows you to print your design as one, durable object, despite its size as it has one of the biggest workspaces among similar devices. That gives your models uncompromised durability and flawless quality. All to make an exact reflection of your Big Idea.

Zortrax M300 Dual 3D Printer with HEPA Cover

Robust desktop 3D printer designed to meet the demands of large-scale additive manufacturing. The device is equipped with number of advanced systems allowing fluid wireless project management. Based on globally acclaimed design of Zortrax M300, the new 3D printer provides high-performance and unyielding reliability.

zortrax M200

Robust desktop 3D printer designed to meet the demands of large-scale additive manufacturing. The device is equipped with number of advanced systems allowing fluid wireless project management. Based on globally acclaimed design of Zortrax M200, the new 3D printer provides high-performance and unyielding reliability.

zortrax INVENTURE

Zortrax Inventure is a dual-extrusion LPD Plus 3D printer which can print high-temperature ABS-based filaments with PVA-based support material designed to work at temperatures reaching nearly 245° C (505° F). An enclosed, heated printing chamber significantly reduces ABS shrinkage and a built-in HEPA filter prevents fumes from getting out of the printing chamber. Combined with Zortrax DSS Station, a device for automatic soluble support removal, Zortrax Inventure allows for nearly hands-free 3D printing from start to finish. DSS Station circulates water at the right temperature to efficiently dissolve PVA support structures.

 

Zortrax Inkspire

Perfect details

Zortrax Inkspire is made for all applications where superior precision is of paramount importance. The human eye can't see individual pixels when the image has more than 336 pixels per inch. Pixel density in models 3D printed on the Inkspire exceeds this value regardless of the viewing angle.