The first fully automated polymer 3D printing system, Array, is shipped by Mosaic Manufacturing.


Revolutionizing Industrial 3D Printing with Automation

When it comes to the world of 3D printing, Mosaic Manufacturing is making waves with their latest product offerings. The company recently announced the shipment of its highly anticipated Array polymer 3D printers, followed by the upcoming release of its Element and Element HT 3D printers. This news has sent ripples through the industrial market, as Mosaic claims that the Array system is the first fully automated polymer 3D printing system designed specifically for industrial use.

So, what makes the Array system so revolutionary? Mosaic has incorporated patented automation technologies that include bed changeover, material automation, AI-powered monitoring, and software operation automation. These features not only streamline the printing process but also reduce the need for constant human intervention, making it easier and more efficient for manufacturers to produce large quantities of high-quality polymer parts.

One of the main benefits of the Array system is its ability to reduce lead times for manufacturers. With the increased automation and efficient design of the Array system, manufacturers can expect faster production times and a more streamlined supply chain. This means that companies can quickly adapt to market demands and respond to customer needs in a timely manner.

The Element 3D printer, which is the core component of the Array system, offers a spacious build volume of 14″x14″x14″ and individually temperature-controlled chambers. This allows users to work with both high-temperature and low-temperature materials simultaneously, offering greater flexibility and versatility in their printing projects. Additionally, users have the option to add a heated chamber and high-temperature hot end to print advanced materials, resulting in stronger and more durable parts.

To further enhance the user experience, Mosaic has developed the Canvas Edu platform, which provides educational institutions with a simplified and automated way of managing 3D printing workflows for students. This platform serves as a control center for the Array system, allowing users to easily slice parts, manage print queues, and monitor completed builds. The collaborative features of Canvas also make it easy for team members to share files and run prints efficiently, making it a valuable tool for educational institutions handling a large number of student submissions.

The initial production run for the Array and Element systems has already been met with overwhelming success, with over 80% of the units sold. Customers can expect to receive their orders by the end of 2023, marking a significant milestone in the advancement of 3D printing technology.

With its groundbreaking automation features and advanced capabilities, the Array system is set to revolutionize the industrial 3D printing market. By offering a cost-effective and efficient solution for large-scale production, Mosaic is empowering companies to rethink and embrace additive manufacturing at scale. As Mitch Debora, Mosaic’s co-founder and CEO, stated, “Array has set a new standard for the lowest and most predictable production 3D printing costs at scale with a plug-n-play production platform.” The possibilities for innovation and growth are endless, and it’s an exciting time for the future of 3D printing.

To learn more about Mosaic Manufacturing and their Array polymer 3D printers, visit their website at [](

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