The performance FDM manufacturing workstation from MakerBot, METHOD X, is now widely available for the Singapore, Malaysia, and Vietnam markets through Creatz3D, a leading 3D printing solutions provider headquartered in Singapore.
METHOD X is the latest addition to Creatz3D’s portfolio of 3D printing solutions, that bridges the technology gap between industrial and desktop 3D printers at an affordable price point.
With real ABS material, a patented 100°C chamber, and Stratasys SR-30 soluble supports, 3D printed parts on the METHOD X deliver exceptional dimensional accuracy and high precision for complex, durable parts.
“The METHOD platform brings features to engineers that were previously only available on much more expensive industrial 3D printers. These features enable METHOD 3D printers to achieve industrial reliability, precision, and engineering performance by tightly controlling the entire printing environment, from the heated chamber to the sealed filament bays and performance extruders,” said Nadav Goshen, CEO of MakerBot.
Leveraging on Stratasys technologies, the METHOD X is an automated, tinker-free industrial system with industrial features such as Dry-Sealed Material Bays, Dual Performance Extruders, Soluble Supports, and an Ultra-Rigid Metal Frame.
Coupled with MakerBot’s lines of Precision and Specialty Materials, including MakerBot PLA, MakerBot TOUGH, MakerBot PETG, MakerBot PVA, MakerBot ABS, SR-30, and more, engineers can print repeatable and consistent parts, such as jigs, fixtures, and end-effectors, with a measurable dimensional accuracy of ± 0.2mm (± 0.007in).
Whether you are a professional looking for reliability or an educator looking to integrate 3D printing in a classroom, METHOD X offers an easy setup experience that lets you get started with no tinkering required at a disruptive price point.