Zortrax M200 Plus
- Product Code: Zortrax M200 Plus
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: £1,408.33
3D printing was created as a rapid prototyping technology, but today has much more applications. 3D printers operate in various industries, from education through medicine to aeronautics.
Prototyping of consumer products
Creating consumer products requires many prototypes. 3D printing technology makes the process faster and cheaper.
Creating architectural models
Architectural models require millimeter precision to get the right proportions. 3D printing is a technology that can automate this process.
3D printing of educational materials
Custom-made educational models are useful in anatomy courses. Thanks to 3D printers, you can get them at a price much lower than the market price.
Large production plants can save up to 99% on spare parts by printing them on-site, thanks to 3D printer farms.
Models printed in 3D can be based on computed tomography. Such models are useful, inter alia, in the creation of facial reconstruction and treatment planning.
Conducting accurate tests is a must in the aviation industry. NASA uses Zortrax 3D printers to prototype tools for astronauts working on the International Space Station.
Building functional robots is a difficult task. Thanks to 3D printers, creating projects and modifying them becomes easy.