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The UP family has just got bigger. A lot bigger in fact. Taking all the things you love about the UP Plus 2 and making it BIGGER, SAFER AND FASTER! The build volume of this bad boy is over 10.7 litres! Not only that, printing speed has been notched up a gear.
Using a 3D Printer just got easier, the UP Box features “fully” automatic platform levelling along with “fully” automatic platform height detection. The newest way to print quality 3D models right from your desk for visualization, collaboration, and functional prototyping testing. Want to change colours of filament, no problem – just press a button on the printer and it will withdraw and another press will load the new colour.
The clever UP 3D Print software that comes with your 3D Printer does the hardest job of all. No matter how complex your 3D model is, the software will work out where it needs to support the model during printing. Then the UP 3D Printer prints the support material in a lower density at the same time as printing the part. That’s smart stuff! Once the model has been printed, you simply just break away the support material. So no need to worry if your part or model will print. Since it is all automatic, all you need to do is click ‘Print’. The UP Box 3D printer and software will analyse your design, see where support will be required and then build it all for you. No worries! Just an easy to use 3D printer.
Built in HEPA air filtration system is great for the office or classroom. “Both ABS & PLA can be characterized as high emitters of Ultra Fine Particles.” Report on UFP emissions from 3D printers http://goo.gl/Eb2SAo
Ideal for the Prosumer
The New UP Box 3D Printer can print professional (100 micron HD detail), huge, tough and functional parts faster and more affordable right on your desk.
The UP Box packs a punch with it’s enormous LED lit build volume, allowing you to create multiple parts in one go or just huge 3D prints