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Zaxe Z3
400 x 300 x 350 mm closed print volume with passive heating. Fully automatic and Z tilt calibration. 7” capacitive touchscreen. Your industrial solution partner with Wi-Fi, USB and Ethernet connectivity.
Zaxe Z2
220 x 230 x 250 mm closed print volume with passive heating. Fully automatic calibration. 7” capacitive touchscreen. Designed as an affordable professionals with its Wi-Fi, USB and Ethernet connectivity.
Zaxe X3
220 x 230 x 250 mm closed print volume with passive heating. Fully automatic calibration. 5” capacitive touchscreen. Designed as an economic solution for professionals with its Wi-Fi, USB and Ethernet connectivity.
Zaxe xlite+
220 x 230 x 200 mm print volume Fully automatic calibration. 5” capacitive touchscreen. Bring your productivity to your desk with Wifi, USB, micro USB and ethernet connectivity.
Materials
Zaxe ABS
It’s a plastic from petrol. Preferred for professional prints for its strength and heat resistance while being suitable for post-printing surface treatment operations. It is preferred for interlocking prints.
Zaxe PLA
Zaxe PLA is a bio-plastic component made with cornstarch as its base material. Products that can come into contact with food and beverage can be printed for home use.
Zaxe PETG
Zaxe PETG, a copolyester material with high impact resistance, has a very low shrinkage coefficient.
Zaxe FLEX
Thanks to its flexible structure, Zaxe Flex can be used in your special applications without any adjustment, and make the details perfect.
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