The Core-Meter, a new large format 3D printer, is being introduced by Modix.


Modix, a leading manufacturer of 3D printers, has recently announced the release of their latest innovation, the Modix Core-Meter. This new large format 3D printer is set to revolutionize the industry with its high speed printing capabilities and affordable price tag.

Unlike the company’s previous models, the Core-Meter features a CoreXY design, which allows for quick printing without the need to move the build plate. This new design, combined with the accelerometer on the toolhead, enables the device to perform self-calibration for high speed operations. Additionally, the Core-Meter is equipped with a Duet controller board, a Phaetus Rapido hot end, and an APUS extruder, further enhancing its performance and reliability.

One of the standout features of the Core-Meter is its impressive build volume. With dimensions of 1000 x 1000 x 1000 mm, or one meter on each side, this printer offers ample space for creating large-sized objects. This makes it an ideal choice for industries such as automotive, aerospace, and architecture, where the demand for rapid prototyping of large-scale components is high.

What sets the Core-Meter apart from other printers on the market is its affordability. Priced at just US$6,900, this device provides exceptional value for money. In fact, when compared to Modix’s other large-format machine, the BIG-Meter, which is priced at US$13,900, the Core-Meter offers a significantly lower cost option for those looking to venture into large-format 3D printing.

While the Core-Meter may not currently have the capability for dual extrusion with an IDEX option, it still provides a powerful and cost-effective solution for a wide range of applications. Modix has also stated that the device will come with several optional features such as an enclosure, air filtration, and filament dryers, allowing buyers to customize the printer to suit their specific needs.

It’s incredible to see how the price-performance ratio of 3D printing has evolved over the years. Just a few years ago, a machine of this size would have cost tens of thousands of dollars. Now, with the Core-Meter, users can achieve high quality, meter-sized prints at a fraction of the cost.

Modix plans to release the Core-Meter in the first quarter of 2024, and with its impressive features and affordability, it’s sure to make a significant impact in the world of large-format 3D printing. So, if you’ve been dreaming of printing big and fast, the Core-Meter may just be the perfect solution for you.

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