BCN3D’s Expanded Printing Line Boosts Productivity
The Epsilon W27, Smart Cabinet and Sigma D25 are designed to offer more powerful, integrated solutions to improve 3D printing workflow.
Edited by AM Staff
BCN3D's Epsilon W27 and Sigma D25
The Epsilon W27 is a powerful 3D printing solution, designed to deliver solid parts with industrial-grade materials, thanks to features such as its passive heated chamber, full enclosure and humidity-controlled environment. Powered by the Independent Dual Extruder (IDEX) system, which is unique to BCN3D desktop 3D printing technology, the Epsilon W27 delivers exceptionally strong functional parts with quality and precision. It’s engineered for the seamless daily operation of applications such as low-volume production, functional end-use parts and manufacturing aids in the workbench segment. It has a compressed build volume of 420 × 300 × 220 mm.
The new Smart Cabinet completes the Epsilon ecosystem, offering seamless integration with the BCN3D Epsilon printer, boosting its performance and significantly improving each print’s quality. Its filament humidity control keeps materials in optimal condition, and an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) protects the print job at all times, eliminating the risk of losing a print job due to power outages.
The Sigma D25 offers maximum productivity with a hassle-free experience thanks to its massive print volume and full connectivity. It’s powered by IDEX system to quickly deliver functional prototypes with quality and precision. It’s also re-engineered to provide full accessibility for easy workflow, featuring enhanced heat distribution, a refined calibration process, new embedded electronics, a refined extrusion system and reinforced axes. It is designed to provide maximum productivity for applications such as design prototypes, functional prototypes and for educational and research purposes.
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