Manufacturing Equipment and Accessories

New 3D Printer Allows for Bigger Desktop 3D Printing at Manufacturing Centers

09 August 2018

The new EVO 22 Additive Manufacturing Center is optimized for 3D printing large parts out of ABS and more. Source: AirwolfThe new EVO 22 Additive Manufacturing Center is optimized for 3D printing large parts out of ABS and more. Source: Airwolf

Airwolf 3D's new EVO 22 3D printer is optimized for large-format 3D printing. The new EVO 22 is outfitted with a cartridge-style planetary extruder assembly and a three-bolt-reinforced QuickChange hot end for faster extrusion of materials. The EVO series' proprietary Tri-Heat Build Environment is key to printing large parts successfully.

The Tri-Heat is comprised of two built-in chamber heaters and a high-temperature print bed, rated for 160° C. It gives users control over the machine's internal ambient temperature, which allows them to create the ideal thermal environment for supporting large part production. The TriHeat technology has a patent-pending hot end and enclosed chamber design that optimizes and regulates the heat needed to increase part strength while minimizing cracks and warpage.

The system has a build volume of 3,276 cubic inches so it is ideal for prototyping and producing massive parts in end-use materials. The thermal environment is ideal for using HydroFill Water-soluble Support to manufacture large parts with complex internal geometries.

The EVO 22 features Airwolf 3D's proprietary firmware operating on the GENESIS board, a custom 32-bit automotive-grade microcontroller developed specifically for delivering higher speeds, more precision and control at ultra-high temperatures. The EVO 22 ships with a HEPA and carbon air filtration system, patent-pending 100 percent aluminum unitized frame, one-piece stainless-steel bed frame, ball screw Z stage and linear-guide-based CoreXY motion system.

The EVO 22 Additive Manufacturing Center is available now and will start shipping in September 2018.

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