Palette+ to add functions to a 3D printer with one extruder
22 June 17Palette+ to add functions to a 3D printer with one extruder
Lots of 3D printer manufacturers have started producing models with 2 or more extruders since they allow working with several materials simultaneously. Canada-based Mosaic Manufacturing has proved that it is unnecessary to install one more printing head to combine filaments. It is sufficient to use a Palette+ device.
Palette+ allows 3D appliances with one extruder to print with two filaments simultaneously. How it works: first, it splits materials into elements, then combines them and directs a mixed torrent to the extruder. The heating component doesn’t touch the material, a filament melts in a heated camera.
- enhances functionality of standard 3D printers with one extruder;
- allows printing objects with various combinations of plastic: PLA, PETG, TPU and Scaffold;
- a unique system of splitting and mixing makes products stronger and more homogeneous.
Palette+ is an improved version of Palette, the key product previously developed by the Canada-based company. The model is compatible with a large amount of modern FDM 3D printers. Palette+ costs $799 (Palette cost $200 more). The first customers will get a device at the end of July.
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