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Flashforge releases the Adventurer 5M (AD5M) Pro

The desktop 3D printer has a maximum speed of 600mm/s, a maximum acceleration of 20000mm/s², and will soon be available for $599

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Flashforge, a Chinese manufacturer of 3D printers, has released its latest system, the Adventurer 5M (AD5M) Pro – signifying the company’s entry into a new age of rapid printing. The auto-leveling feature makes the AD5M Pro more user-friendly, while its enclosed chamber and air filtration system ensure safer operations. The introductory price is $599, and the system will be available to order from September 5th, 2023.

This printer is well-suited to 3D printing beginners – with a pre-assembled nozzle (0.4mm-280℃) and an out-of-the-box design, it eliminates complex setup procedures. Users can expect a smooth first-layer surface – ensuring high-quality results from the first print. Additionally, the printer has different nozzle options (users can easily detach and swap nozzles by hand pinching the button) and an automatic leveling system (removing the manual trial and error often faced by beginners).

Flashforge also launched the Pro’s ‘sister version’, the Adventurer 5M, an open-space desktop 3D printer priced at $399, with the same machine size as the Adventurer 5M Pro.

Flashforge releases the Adventurer 5M (AD5M) Pro with a maximum speed of 600mm/s and a maximum acceleration of 20000mm/s.

Fast speed and stable performance

The Adventurer 5M Pro has a maximum speed of 600mm/s and a maximum acceleration of 20000mm/s². During demonstrations, the printer completed a 3D astronaut model (104x118x200mm; 228g) in 4 hours and 10 minutes, almost 5x faster than the average printing.

The printer has a nozzle capable of a flow rate of 32mm³/s and is bolstered by a robust 50w heating power. The printer can also heat up to 200℃ in 35 seconds, drastically reducing waiting times before actual printing.

Robust design

The 3D printer boasts a Core XY structure coupled with an all-metal frame – ensuring rigidity, precision, and longevity in its operations. This structural design enhances accuracy and speed. Complementing this is a dual air-duct structure, which facilitates effective cooling for the model being 3D printed. This cooling system ensures optimal print quality even during prolonged printing sessions. Furthermore, one of its standout features is the vibration compensation mechanism. This feature significantly reduces the common problem of ghosting in prints – resulting in cleaner, crisper, and more professional-looking outputs.

Flashforge releases the Adventurer 5M (AD5M) Pro with a maximum speed of 600mm/s and a maximum acceleration of 20000mm/s.

Family use and school education

Flashforge’s Adventurer 5M Pro features an enclosed chamber equipped with a dual filtering system, making it suitable for enclosed environments such as study rooms and classrooms. During the 3D printing process, tiny particles and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) can be emitted. To address this, the Adventurer 5M Pro incorporates both internal and external circulation filtering mechanisms. It uses a dual-layer filter consisting of HEPA13 and activated carbon, which can block 99% of particles and VOCs – minimizing the risk of inhaling these particles during the 3D printing process.

Intelligent features

Equipped with a camera, the printer offers real-time monitoring. Beyond remote surveillance, the printer will alert the user when the 3D printing filament runs out, and will shut down automatically after printing has been completed.

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