3D Platform™ Launches Large Format 3D Printer Workbench

3D Platform (3DP) is raising the bar on additive manufacturing solutions, with the launch of the 3DP Workbench, its newest industrial-strength, large-format 3D printer.

“The 3DP Workbench is more than just another 3D printer, it has been designed through a professional user-experience process—with input from engineers, product developers and top creative talent around the world—incorporating tools they need to take our 3D platform to the next level. The result is a comprehensive toolkit that increases capacity, enables them to expand their capabilities and bring their ideas to life,” said John Good, Vice President of Sales & Marketing with 3DP.

The 3DP Workbench comes standard with the large build area of 1m x 1m x 0.5m, and is built on industrial strength mechatronics designed to deliver precision prints down to a 70-micron layer resolution. Additionally, the 3DP Workbench adds versatility with unique production and organizational features including:

  • SurePrint Servo Technology™ - Cut your print time in half with the SurePrint Servo Technology™ motors that have 85% greater torque, allowing for faster acceleration and deceleration and improving print accuracy and quality.
  • Folding Gantry – Even with its large build area, the 3DP Workbench is designed for maximum flexibility and accessibility. A unique two-part configuration will fit through a single width door, make it possible to locate conveniently it where you want – office, factory, etc.
  • Expanded Print Capabilities - The ergonomic height and open print bed enable full access to prints for advanced print techniques, such as core modeling and adding inserts of metal, electronics, and other materials.
  • Industrial Workbench – Solid hardwood work area, 12 industrial built-in storage drawers and cabinets for useful additive manufacturing tools and materials.


The 3DP Workbench will be releasing officially by the end of Q1, 2016. A live, on-going demonstrations of the 3DP Workbench will take place throughout the 28th Annual Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Education & Training Conference, April 3 - 7, 2016 At St. Louis, Missouri.

For more information, visit: www.3dplatform.com

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