nano3dprint Upgrades A2200, B3300 3D Printers

These upgrades include precision dispensing tips that improve printing resolution and more.

These upgrades include precision dispensing tips that improve printing resolution and more.

nano3Dprint upgrades its A2200 multimaterials printer. Image courtesy of nano3Dprint.

nano3dprint, a next-generation additive manufacturing solutions provider, announces upgrades to its A2200 multimaterials printer and B3300 dual-dispensing 3D printer. These upgrades include precision dispensing tips that improve printing resolution, printer performance and expanded printer capabilities.

Precision dispensing tips allow the A2200 and B3300 to achieve a 100-micron resolution—compared to the previous resolution of 200 microns. The tips have less tip-to-tip variation than a standard, economical blunt needle nozzle. Providing more stability and accuracy to the A2200 and B3300 dispensing systems, the upgrade will result in more precise printing and dimensional accuracy, improved surface finish, more complex designs and the development of smaller features in prototypes.

“We’ve seen an increased demand for higher resolution prints,” says nano3Dprint CEO Ramsey Stevens. “These upgrades will help our customer base engineer a wide range of 3D designs as well as smaller electronic components. They can now make more complex and conformal advanced applications such as sensors, batteries and wearables.”

Glass syringes, which can handle corrosive materials like solvents, have been added to further the development of high-precision prints. Compared to plastic syringes, glass is less likely to diffuse gas through the material and is more chemically inert than plastic.

Glass syringes are available for purchase online. Specialized adapters, which enable the use of glass syringes, precision nozzles and high-resolution nozzles, are also available for purchase.

“While the glass syringes were previously part of our Materials Starter Kit, making them individually available promotes wider accessibility for our customers,” Stevens adds.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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