Big, bigger, M300. This were the thoughts Zortrax had when they developed the Zortrax M300. The big brother of the M200 offers you the opportunity to print your wildest dreams even bigger.
Just as the M200, the Zortrax M300 is a closed-source 3D-printer. The Z-suite software that comes with the printer helps you to create amazing 3D-prints. The M300 also has their own line of spools within the Z-series. Combine the M300 with the Z-suite software and the Z-filament series to get great results.
But what is the difference between the M200 and M300? Well, the build volume is the biggest difference. The M300 has a build volume that is 10 cm higher, wider and deeper than the M200. Also the side covers, which are optional with the M200, are now added with each M300.
The Zortrax M300 is, just as the M200, extremely suited for prototyping purposes. Elegant design, accurate and efficient, these are the qualities Zortrax has kept. The Zortrax M300, what once was valued should be enlarged!
Added with the M300 in the box are:
- Zortrax M300 Side covers
- 2 spools of materials (1 x Z-PETG Grey, 1 x Z-HIPS White)
- Starter Kit
- a Key to Z-Suite
From now, it is also possible to print with external materials on the Zortrax 3D printers. How this works, and what you need to do, can be found in our blog:
|Print technology:||LPD (Layer Plastic Deposition)|
|Maximum build volume:||300 x 300 x 300 mm|
|Dimensions of the 3D printer:||490 x 490 x 590 mm|
|Nozzle diameter:||0.4 mm|
|Nozzle temperature:||Maximum 380°C|
|Filament diameter:||1.75 mm|
|Layer Resolution:||0.090 - 0.400 mm|
|Positioning precision of the axes:||-|
|Printable materials:||Z-Hips, Z-Glass, Z-PetG, External Materials|
|Stand alone printing via SD?:||Yes|
|Stand alone printing via USB?:||No|
|Stand alone printing via WiFi:||No|
|File format:||.stl, .obj, .dxf, .3mf|
|Supporting OS:||Mac OS X / Windows 7 or more recent|
|Open / Closed Source?:||Closed Source|