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Modix releases 2m tall ‘Everest’ 3D printer

With print speeds of over 500g/hour thanks to the new Griffin Ultra print head

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Modix, a manufacturer of large-format 3D printers, has introduced its latest system, the Modix Everest. Key features include a printing volume of 970 x 1,030 x 2,000mm (XYZ); equipped with the Griffin Ultra – achieving speeds over 500g/hour; reduced post-processing time with the ability to print life-size objects in one go; builds on the proven foundation of the company’s best-seller BIG-Meter, with a reinforced frame for stability and print quality.

The Modix Everest pre-order campaign runs until the end of April 2024, with deliveries estimated in August.

Modix releases 2m tall 'Everest' 3D printer - with print speeds of over 500g/hour thanks to the new Griffin Ultra print head.

Griffin Ultra print head

An addition to the Modix line-up is the Griffin Ultra print head, which doubles the efficiency of Modix printers with the capability to extrude over 500g/hour. This significantly shortens printing times through its capacity for printing thicker layers, faster – completing tasks that previously took 12, in just 2 hours.

The Griffin Ultra is equipped with a 1.6mm nozzle and supports layer heights of 0.3mm to 1.2mm at speeds up to 250mm/sec. It is compatible with Gen3 and Gen4 Modix BIG printers, including IDEX configurations.

Modix releases 2m tall 'Everest' 3D printer - with print speeds of over 500g/hour thanks to the new Griffin Ultra print head.
The new Griffin Ultra print head.

IDEX auto-calibration sensor

The hands-free IDEX Calibration Tool for nozzle alignment ensures high-quality, multi-material prints. Achieving precise nozzle alignment is crucial for optimal IDEX printing – ensuring water-soluble filament does not mix with the main model.

“Modix is once again pushing the limits of innovation, proudly introducing the latest addition to our printer lineup: a towering achievement in large format 3D printing, breaking the limits of size, height, and speed by providing a new world of printing possibilities to the market,” said Shachar Gafni, CEO of Modix.

“Everest, as its name, marks a new peak for Modix, blending unprecedented height with speed. We’re setting the standard high,” said John Van El, CCO of Modix.

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