Modix has plans to unveil Core-Meter at Formnext 2023.


Modix, the innovative 3D printing company, is set to unveil its latest addition to the “Core” line of affordable large format printers. The upcoming Formnext event in Germany next month will serve as the platform for the introduction of the Core-Meter, a printer with an impressive 1 cubic meter print volume. This new release follows the success of the Core-60, which was launched earlier this year.

The Core series is specifically designed to offer budget-friendly solutions for various applications, including small businesses and startups. Priced at just $6,900 USD, the Core-Meter provides a cost-effective alternative to the existing BIG-Meter, which carries a price tag of $13,500 USD. One of the standout features of the Core-Meter is its use of CoreXY kinematics, which enables faster print speeds without compromising on print quality. In contrast to the BIG-Meter’s IDEX dual print head system, which is designed for advanced multi-material 3D printing, the Core-Meter employs a single print head. Additionally, it incorporates an accelerometer on the print head, minimizing vibrations and improving overall print quality.

From an electronics standpoint, the Core-Meter utilizes a Duet electronic controller and features the lightweight Phaetus Rapido hotend and APUS extruder. Modix has taken a modular approach with the Core-Meter, offering a range of supplementary add-ons such as enclosures, air filtration systems, and filament dryers. This allows users to customize the printer to meet their specific requirements, expanding its application scope. Shachar Gafni, the CEO of Modix, highlighted the significance of this move, stating that it allows the company to cater to a broader spectrum of customer needs. With the launch of the Core-Meter, Modix will soon offer a total of seven distinct models.

The Core-Meter aims to provide large-format 3D printing at a reduced price point without compromising on quality, making it accessible to a wider audience. Modix’s dedication to providing comprehensive solutions in the large-scale 3D printing landscape is evident through their continued investment in auxiliary equipment. Rather than simply being a hardware provider, Modix is positioning itself as a company that offers a complete solution. John Van El, the CCO of Modix, emphasized the company’s belief that the Core family will tap into an untapped market segment, delivering high-quality large 3D printers to a broader audience.

Modix is excited to showcase its new offerings at the upcoming Formnext event and looks forward to reconnecting with industry partners and colleagues. Visitors can find Modix at Booth 139 in Hall 12.1 at the Messe Frankfurt from November 7-10, 2023. For more information about the Modix Core and BIG range of printers, visit their website. Follow Modix on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to share your thoughts, and sign up for their weekly additive manufacturing newsletter to stay informed about the latest developments in the industry.

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