Print big models in one go
Large workspace in Zortrax M300 Plus allows printing big models in one go without breaking them down into separate parts that need to be assembled. That's particularly important when durability is of the essence as joints are usually the weakest spots in the structure.
Zortrax M300 Plus 3D printer is designed to reliable operation in multiple long printing cycles typical for a machine of that size. Made with high-quality components, it offers low-maintenance costs and compatibility with a wide range of filaments.
Wide filaments compatibility
Large workspace, measuring 300 x 300 x 300 mm, is enough to print big models in one go.
The printer is designed to support wide range of dedicated and third-party filaments.
3D printing process can be remotely monitored through a built-in camera.
Material end detection
The printer will automatically switch into pause mode when it runs out of filament.
Advanced extruder and nozzle
An extruder with a nozzle geometry designed to support 3D printing with flex and nylon-type materials.
Zortrax M300 Plus is a Plug & Play device ready for high quality 3D printing right out of the box. The printer can be controlled via an intuitive touchscreen or remotely via Wi-Fi or Ethernet network. Automatic firmware updates introduce new functionalities and UI improvements on a regular basis.
Scaled-up 3D printing farms
Extensive connectivity makes the Zortrax M300 Plus capable of working in 3D printing manufacturing large, durable products. Significant size of the workspace allows printing bigger parts in one go to cut assembly time and increase structural strength of the models.
Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity allows creating large, remotely controlled 3D printing clusters.
Advanced slicing and farm management software comes free with every Zortrax M300 Plus 3D printer.
The manufacturing process can be supervised from a remote workstation due to cameras installed in every 3D printer.
Zortrax M300 Plus
Works in the LPD technology
Has a 300 x 300 x 300 mm workspace
Has Wi-Fi, USB, and Ethernet connectivity
Has a failsafe response feature
Offers compatibility with flex-type materials
Compatible with glass or perforated build platforms
Has a filament endstop mechanism
Works with third-party filaments