Fabricatus 3D Printer Designed for Injection Molds and High-Performance Parts

The Avante Technology Fabricatus 3D printer is designed to print precise injection mold tooling, compression molds and other high-performance parts using composite and conventional filaments.
The Fabricatus 3D printer is designed to print at a 0.05 mm layer height at 40+ mm per second. Image courtesy of Avante Technology. The Fabricatus 3D printer is designed to print at a 0.05 mm layer height at 40+ mm per second. Image courtesy of Avante Technology.

The Avante Technology Fabricatus 3D printer is designed to print precise injection mold tooling, compression molds and other high-performance parts using composite and conventional filaments.

It features automatic print head calibration, combined with proprietary Contour Control technology that the company says automatically corrects for any deviations in the flatness of the print bed to more accurately control each print layer.

The Fabricatus 3D printer also features two fully independent hot ends, automated print head (.35 mm, .4 and .5mm nozzles available) and high torque stepper motors. The $3,750 3D printer comes with two reels of FilaOne composite filaments, open source software, Emendo automatic .STL file analysis and repair software and a one year limited warranty.

For more information, visit Avante Technology.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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