WASP 3MT Extruders
The new configurable extruder by Wasp
The innovative WASP Spitfire System leads to a whole new generation of extruders: the modular architecture allows to mount a specific cartridge and nozzle for what’s your need. Decide what you want to print, we give you the right extruder.
Compatible with Wasp Clay extruder as an add-on:
With the Wasp Clay extruder, you can use print with fluid-dense materials such as clay, porcelain and metal paste.
Maximum printing volume: Ø400 x h670 mm; 15in by 26in
Close printing chamber;
Nozzle: 0.4 mm, 0.7 mm (standard), 1.2 mm
Layer height: 100 micron;
Maximum printing speed: 250 mm/s;
Maximum travel speed: 250 mm/s;
Filaments: diameter 1.75 mm, (PLA, ABS, Flex, HIPS, PETG).
- Spitfire Black Extruder.
- LDM Extruder for the printing of ceramic and fluid materials.
- Operative System: WIndows, Mac, Linux;
- Software slicing: Cura – SLic3r – Simplify 3d;
- File type: .stl, .obj, .gcode;
SD Card – LCD Screen;
- Dimensions: 85 x 77 x 199 cm;
- Machine weight: 50 kg; 110lbs
- Dimensions for shipping with cardboard packaging: 100 x 100 x 230 CM, weight 160kg;
Input: 110 V 50/60 Hz;
Power Consumption: Max. 450W
- Use: 20-30 C°;
- Warehouse: 0-30 C°;
- Nozzle: max 260 C°;
- Heated platform: max 100 C°
- Frame and cover: Aluminium, polycarbonate and wood.
- Print bed: Stainless steel
It is a system which allows users to save their print job and resume it in the case of power failure.
WASP 3MT Fluid Density (LDM) Extruder
LDM (Liquid Deposit Modeling) WASP Extruder
WASP launch a new professional extruder for fluid-dense materials and ceramic materials.
-Bubble eliminating extruder, it eliminates air bubbles in the mixture
-Extrusion controlling system with retraction option
-Outward pressure multiplier until 40 bar in the screw extruder
LDM WASP Extruder is a ceramic extruder, a professional instrument for the deposition of dense fluid material as clay mixture and experimental materials. It is equipped with a screw system capable of regulating the output flow of the material, allowing a rapid flow and a good retraction control.
WASP’s work has always been focused on the development of systems that allow the use of functional materials like ceramics, porcelain, clay, alumina, zirconium, and advanced ceramics, in order to promote digital handicraft and self-production. By launching this new product the group aims to promote the print of fluid-dense materials and advanced ceramics in the world.
In two years of time and after experimenting with all the possible combinations of pressure, nozzles and materials WASP has created a model of the extruder which is able to interrupt and restart the extrusion flow.