Best large 3D printer.
Of course it is impossible to choose one best large 3D printer. We know better than anyone that this mainly depends on the application. Below is a global summary of the available large 3D printers. Of course you can make a decision based on this. If you still have questions / doubts, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to provide you with tailor-made advice for your application(s).
Included in this list are:
- Ultimaker s5
- Creatbot D600 Pro
- Raise3D Pro2 Plus
- Zortrax M300
- Craftbot XL
- Creality CR 10 S5
Ultimaker is seen as one of the pioneers in the field of open source 3D printing. In recent years, this Dutch company has increasingly focused on the professional market. Which led to the launch of the Ultimaker s5 in 2018.
With a build volume of 330 x 240 x 300 mm, this is Ultimaker's largest 3D printer. The Ultimaker s5 has by far the best dual extruder system. It has a filament flow sensor and an advanced touchscreen, which makes this 3D printer easy to use.
The Ultimaker s5 is ideal for professionals and small businesses. Thanks to its advanced features, considerable build volume and ease of use. Is this a great 3D printer for those who want a no-nonsense 3D printer that just works.
The Creatbot D600 Pro is one of the largest 3D printers in our range. With a construction volume of no less than 600x00x600mm!
Main functions of the Creatbot D600 Pro are:
- Dual extruder. The left hotend can be heated up to 260°C, the right up to 420°C.
- Heated print bed and heated build chamber up to 70°C to prevent warping and improve layer adhesion.
- Extremely spacious building volume of 60x60x60cm.
- Easy to operate via the 4.3” touchscreen.
- Built-in heated filament drying chamber.
- Resume printing after a power failure. Saved time, money and nerves.
- Industrial 3D printer, the Creatbot D600 Pro.
The PartPro300 xT is a large 3D printer with a closed printing chamber. With this 3D printer, XYZprinting is taking a big step towards the professional 3D printing market for engineering and small businesses. In addition to the large construction volume, the choice of materials is also very interesting. The PartPro300 xT can print with ABS, PLA, carbon fiber PLA, Tough PLA and PETG.
Other impressive features include:
Heated build chamber, high speed steel nozzles, automatic bed calibration. A closed compartment for 2 large spools of filament (up to 3 kg) provides protection against humidity, resulting in an even better print result.
Raise3D specializes in making professional large 3D printers that are reasonably affordable. The Pro 2 Plus offers a hefty volume of 305x305x605 and gives users plenty of room to work on the Z-axis. This 3D printer is also equipped with a double extruder as standard. Allowing users to experiment with combining materials and filament colors. It is equipped with a color touchscreen, emergency print recovery, a filament sensor and an improved motherboard. The Raise3D Pro2 Plus also includes an interchangeable magnetic build plate, a built-in camera, a HEPA filter, and other unique features.
The Zortrax M300 is the big brother of the popular Zortrax M200. This large 3D printer has been developed to meet the demand for large format 3D printers. So that the users can make large 3D prints in one go, instead of splitting them and merging them later.
The perforated, heated build platform ensures that you can print ABS filament in an easy and reliable way. The filament is supplied on spools of 2 kg. So that you can get the most out of the building volume.
An interesting upgrade is that the Zortrax M300 comes standard with side covers. This ensures that the temperature remains more constant during printing. This reduces the chance of warping due to drafts or temperature fluctuations.
The Zortrax M300 is the ideal large 3D printer for anyone who likes to work with a printer that requires little work. Almost straight out of the box, the M300 delivers a very reliable and consistent result.
The CraftBot XL positions itself as an indispensable tool for engineers and other makers who need a large 3D printer. CraftUnique has taken the CraftBot Plus as the basis for developing this large format 3D printer. The CraftBot Plus is a well-known and reliable plug and play 3D printer. For the CraftBot XL, the build plate has been increased, the heating capacity has been increased and the bearings have been improved for quieter and more precise operation.
Creality's 3D printers are more developed for the hobby market than for the professional market. But thanks to the large construction volume of 500 x 500 x 500 mm, this printer cannot be missed in this list.