In China, introduced a 3D printer, a cooling facility for printing

In China, introduced a 3D printer, a cooling facility for printing. The novelty can also print in two colors from one nozzle. Read more about Chinese innovation writes SlashGear.

Shenzhen’s LOTMAXX has long been working to make mid-range 3D printers more affordable. But in the pursuit of cheaper devices, the company does not forget about updating its functionality. One of the main problems of 3D printers is the heat generated during printing. On the one hand, it allows you to meet various materials – plastic, metal, or chocolate, and then print the necessary object from them. On the other hand, too much heat can destroy the printed object, for example, causing the material to leak out where it is not needed.

In the LOTMAXX SC-10 SHARK 3D printer, this problem was solved using the special Aeolus heat dissipation system (AHDS), which uses four fans. They keep the nozzle cold from all sides, which allows more efficient heat dissipation – 42% better than other devices of the same class. Moreover, this is without slowing down the print speed. And thanks to the S Move (SMS) system, the LOTMAXX SC-10 SHARK has three speed modes: normal, medium and fast, according to your preferences and needs.

In addition, the printer can be equipped with additional nozzles – a modular system allows you to expand functionality with the help of add-ons – for example, you can do laser engraving. And SC-10 SHARK can print in two colors from the same nozzle, this also distinguishes it from conventional 3D printers.

Author: John Kessler
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