NAW Launches New Desktop 3D Pellet Printer on Kickstarter: Coverage by


The NAW 3D Pellet Printer is now available on Kickstarter, redefining the field with its industry-grade functionalities that can be utilized right from your desktop.

The unique selling point of the printer is its versatility with various pellet materials, providing users with an assortment of inexpensive, industry-grade plastic granules suited to their specific project needs. The printer’s automated pellet feeding system allows continuous operation, removing the need for manual inputs and enhancing the entire printing procedure’s efficiency and flow.

The campaign, initially available via early bird pledges beginning at $1799, was distinguished by a significant 40% discount during the Kickstarter campaign. The NAW 3D printer demonstrated excellence not just in material versatility but also in handling large-scale projects. It features an impressive build volume of 300x300x300mm and ability to create multi-colored objects.

Precision is a key feature of the NAW 3D printer, made possible by a dual gantry construction, a solid frame, and a high-power temperature control system that can heat up to 300°C. The versatility of this printer is underscored by its multi-nozzle printing options, which let users control print resolution and speed to match project requirements, potentially reaching speeds three to ten times faster than conventional filament-based printers.

The printer’s adaptability also benefits DIY enthusiasts by providing upgrade kits for existing filament printers, allowing users to incorporate the latest technology without having to buy new equipment. The 3.5-inch IPS touch screen and thoughtful design features like a consumables box and material storage compartment help create a user-friendly experience.

The NAW 3D Pellet Printer represents a profound advancement in desktop 3D printing, meeting the needs of professionals and hobbyists alike. As it proceeds toward fulfillment following a successful Kickstarter campaign, the industry can look forward to increased innovation, particularly in the area of affordable pellet extruders.

You can support the project at this link.

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