Professional high resolution at a consumer price
XFAB® 2000 is the innovative desktop 3D printer equipped with the same technology used in DWS professional printers. XFAB 2000 is perfect for industrial design prototyping, digital dental modelling, and artisanal jewellery making, as well as in educational settings and makerspaces.
The best resolution on the market is now accessible to everyone: a cylindrical printing area of 180 mm in diameter with 20% printing volume, compact design for professional desktop use, 12 materials available for industrial applications, jewellery, dental applications, and educational/makerspaces. These include acrylic resins; ABS-like and polypropylene-like materials; transparent, flexible and rubber-like materials; biocompatible, nanoceramic, and wax-like materials.
The materials are all designed, developed, and produced in-house at DWS, to guarantee the quality of the finished product and optimal physical-mechanical performance.The material smart cartridges for the XFAB 2000 3D printer have been designed to ensure that resin refills are simple, fast, and safe.
Thanks to these smart cartridges and the mechanism of extrusion inside XFAB 2000, no manual intervention is required and the risk of accidental spills is eliminated.
XFAB is a 3D printing solution accessible to everyone, incorporating the advanced technologies found in professional systems, such as the sophisticated TTT (Tank Translation Technology) System patented by DWS, which ensures that the tank wears evenly and avoids localised laser damage.
The BluEdge® laser developed in-house at DWS is accurate and precise, and calibrated to achieve smooth surfaces requiring no further finishing. It is long-lasting and needs no maintenance or adjustment.
XFAB 2000 works with DWS proprietary parametric software, which automatically generates any support structures required for printing a 3D object. Using Nauta, users can quickly create and optimise the support structure according to their individual requirements. The software gives them the freedom to modify supports, and alter the orientation and position of objects for 3D printing, to maximise the quality of the surfaces produced. The output file can then be exported to the Fictor software, which launches and manages the printing process.