Mimaki Launches Desktop 3D Printer
Mimaki/Sindoh printer uses Fused Filament Fabrication.
Mimaki has launched the 3DFF-222 desktop 3D printer, co-branded with Sindoh, a South Korean-based printer manufacturer. Using Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), the 3D printer is intended as an in-house design and production tool for parts such as jigs used in direct-to-object printing and tools for producing three-dimensional signage. The 3D machine prints parts up to 8.27 x 7.87 x 7.67 in. and users can monitor jobs via an included app. Features include automatic filament installation, heated flexible bed, semi-automatic bed leveling, full-color touch panel, and a fully covered design.
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