Maxit 3D Printer
The Maxit 3D printer is the very first 3D printer in the world developed specifically for education. Interestingly, the issues that the education market value are also of benefit to other users.
The Maxit is a self-assembly 3D printer kit that offers an excellent price/performance ratio. Capable of producing complex 3D models and parts in a range of materials, the Maxit makes 3D printing accessible to a host of new users at any stage of their careers.
First and foremost, the Maxit 3D printer has been developed to enable it to be built quickly and easily, and subsequently used by anyone. And when we say anyone, we really mean anyone.
What is more, reliable printing has also been at the heart of the development of the Maxit 3D printer, with quality electronic components sourced to support uninterrupted and consistent printing operations.
- Low cost
- Quick to assemble (less than a day)
- Easy to use
- Dedicated GUI (graphical user interface)
- Plastic parts on Maxit printed on Maxit printers
- Quick printing
- Reliable printing
- Consistent printing
- Quality 3D parts
- Uses biodegradable PLA
- Quality user help / support
- Dimensions 360 x 360 x 320 mm (excluding material holder)
- Weight 2.7 kg
- Printable area: 210 x 160 x 100 mm
- Printing Speed: 50-60 mm/sec
- Layer thickness: 0.125 – 0.3 mm
- Nozzle size: 0.5 mm (good for fast printing)
- Filament size: 3 mm
- The ability to print some of its own replacement parts
- Inherent safety — the Maxit is safer to use than a soldering iron
- Runs on open source software for set-up and control.