CERAMBOT Pro is the world’s first consumer-grade clay 3D printer that does not require extra air pressure. After a year of development, CERAMBOT has accumulated three years of technical accumulation in the field of microfluidic additive manufacturing. CERAMBOT Pro adopts delta design scheme, all-metal body design, industrial wire gauge, excellent workmanship, stable and sturdy, three sets of parallel arms realize the space movement of the nozzle, and the printing model is located on the central platform to eliminate the shaking of the model during printing. Unlike most of the commercially available pneumatic push solutions, CERAMBOT has developed a core nozzle component with independent intellectual property rights, and customized a worm-gear pusher motor for CERAMBOT Pro, which works together to achieve precise extrusion of the mud.
As a promoter of digital ceramics, CERAMBOT has introduced CERAMBOT Air, allowing more people to experience the fun of digital ceramics. Unlike CERAMBOT Pro, CERAMBOT Air uses pneumatic propellant to provide mud. Users need to supply compressed air supply (air compressor or High-pressure gas cylinders can be used, which is slightly inferior to CERAMBOT Pro, but close to CERAMBOT Pro in terms of performance and effect.
To make the experience of digital ceramics more fun, CERAMBOT has introduced the nozzle feeding kits for the major mainstream FDM 3D printers: CERAMBOT Pro Kit and CERAMBOT Air Kit, which have been adapted: Ender-3, Ultimaker, Mooz, Prusa i3, Corexy, Kossel mini and other models, users only need to download the print head transfer module to use. Similarly, CERAMBOT Air users are required to purchase a compressed air supply.
The biggest feature of CERAMBOT Pro is that CERAMBOT Pro is the world’s first consumer-grade clay 3D printer with pure electric solution without extra air pressure. The pneumatic solution, also known as the CERAMBOT Air solution, provides clay transport power, and the extruder controls clay extrusion. Currently, mainstream clay 3D printers use this solution, and users need to configure an additional air compressor.
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