Fiber™ combines the exceptional performance of continuous fiber with the ease of FFF printing to produce high-performance parts that are stronger than steel, lighter than aluminum, and can operate continuously in the toughest environments up to 250 ºC.
Fiber LT is an affordable way to produce high strength, ESD compliant, non-marring parts using continuous fiber with <5 percent porosity with PA6 thermoplastics. Fiber LT starts at $3,495 per year.
Fiber printers are available in a hardware-as-a-service subscription plan that allows customers to have the latest technology at an affordable price, without risking technology obsolescence. Minimum subscription term is three years and includes comprehensive support.
With one of the largest build volumes offered in a continuous fiber 3D desktop printer (310 x 240 x 270 millimeters), both Fiber HT and Fiber LT are designed to combine the benefits of 3D printing with continuous fiber materials that are qualified for high-performance applications.
Micro Automated Fiber Placement (μAFP)
Fused filament fabrication (FFF)
CoreXY with automatic tool changer
Max build rate - 20 cm3/hr 1.2 in3/hr
• 50-200 μm
• 100 μm Default
Max build weight for all parts in job - 10 kg 22 lbs
External dimensions - 586 x 620 x 863 mm 23.0 x 24.4 x 34.0 in
Weight - 60 kg 132 lbs
Build envelope - 310 x 240 x 270 mm 12.2 x 9.4 x 10.6 in (FFF only)
290 x 210 x 270 mm 11.4 x 8.3 x 10.6 in (μAFP-reinforced)
Build plate - Heated, up to 149 °C 300 °F
Print sheets - Coated 1075 Spring Steel Magnetic
Nozzle diameter - 0.40 mm
Power requirements - 100-120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 15 A, 1-phase
Onboard control - 7-inch touchscreen display
FFF build media Thermoplastic filament / Chopped fiber
1.75 mm diameter 0.07 in
μAFP build media Thermoplastic μAFP prepreg tape / Continuous fiber
3 mm wide 0.12 in
Network connectivity - Ethernet, USB
Software - Fabricate™ software; runs on Windows 8 or 10, Mac OSX 10.11.x
or higher, Linux
Browser requirements - Accessible via any web browser
Supported file types - STL, IGES, JT, STEP, OB, SAT and native file types (SolidWorks,
ProE, Autodesk, CATIA, etc.)