3D PrinterWorks Announces Launch of Large-Scale HT-5800 3D Printer

3D PrinterWorks announced the launch of the HT-5800 3D printing system - a versatile high temperature 3D printer with a large 18” x 18” x 18” build volume. After a successful release of their CreatorBot Pro 3D printer, 3D PrinterWorks is now expanding into larger scale 3D printing.

The HT-5800 is designed to produce high precision parts using engineering grade materials and is ideal for customers in aerospace, DoD, and a wide range of manufacturing segments. The HT-5800 features a high temperature printing surface and insulated build chamber that maintains a controlled environment to ensure consistency and professional quality. With dual extruders, users can print complex geometries using breakaway support material, and the automated platform correction system calibrates the surface before the start of every print, which ensures consistent quality and performance. Easy change build plates allow users to select the correct print surface for maximum part adhesion.

“Our team has worked endlessly on developing a professional grade 3D printer that’s extremely reliable and easy to use, and we feel confident the HT 5800 will outperform the competition,” says Ben Kilar, 3D PrinterWorks CEO. “We listened to feedback from our customers and used high quality components to create a large-scale 3D printer that makes adopting the technology less intimidating for new customers."

3D PrinterWorks was founded in 2013 as a US Veteran-Owned business and is located in additive manufacturing hub of Youngstown, OH. Father and son duo Tom and Ben Kilar use their unique mix of skills and expertise in computer science, engineering, and traditional manufacturing to build solutions that meet the needs of engineers, manufacturers, and entrepreneurs. Tom, a certified Six Sigma Black Belt engineering professional, designed the mechanics and frames for the printers while Ben, a former mechanic for the U.S. Marines with a background in computer science, developed the programming. They’ve since cultivated a client base of hobbyists and industry professionals alike with close attention to detail and continuous product improvement.

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