Make3D Launches Pratham X – Affordable, Large, Made-in-India 3D Printer

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Pratham X large-volume FDM 3D Printer
Pratham X large-volume FDM 3D Printer/Source: Make3D

Make3D, an Indian 3D printer manufacturer, announced the release of Pratham X an affordable, large volume, made-in-India 3D printer. The new printer builds onto its previous generation of Pratham 3.0 and Pratham 5.0 machines which cover both the desktop and industrial grade range.

With the new Pratham X, users will be able to print parts without compromising on size and quality.

Make3D’s Pratham X Made-in-India 3D Printer

Pratham X is an industrial-grade FDM 3D printer built to address the increasing demand for large build volume 3D printers that deliver accuracy and precision. The printer has a build volume of 1000 x 1000 x 600 mm takes up only 36 sq. ft. of space. The machine weighs 250 Kgs and an additional 20 kgs with the accessories.

Make3D’s mission is to develop and provide ground-breaking high performance 3D printing technology which enables individuals, engineers, students, industrialist turn their concept into reality.

Key Features of Pratham X

Build large parts with Pratham X Made-in-India 3D Printer
Build large parts with Pratham X Made-in-India 3D Printer/Source: Make3D

The new large-format 3D printer comes with a range of essential features including filament sensor, automatic bed levelling, intuitive touchscreen, and all axis ball screw mechanism. In Pratham X, users can 3D print anything within 1000mm x 1000mm x 600mm with dimensional tolerance of +/- 200 microns.

The Pratham X is built to last, with a sturdy all-metal MS body, THK Linear Motion Guide with BallScrew for high precision (XY precision of 11 microns and Z precision of 10 microns), and a robust 230V, 50Hz, 780W power supply. It’s a workhorse that can handle the demands of your projects

It comes with an Aluminum heat build platform for strong first layer adhesion to avoid warping issue and achieve good dimensional accuracy. It is compatible with materials like PLA+, PRTG, and TPU.

“We’re excited to introduce the Pratham X, a revolutionary addition to our lineup at MAKE3D. We believe that Pratham X is set to redefine 3D printing for engineering applications. In its price range, Pratham X stands out as the only 3D printer with a heated build plate, power failure job protection, filament sensor, Box for up to 3 kg filament, and Ball screw in all 3-axis. This lets you create larger, detailed parts with precision. This advancement lets you make bigger things, boosting your productivity and efficiency. For those ready to elevate their 3D printing journey, consider Pratham X from MAKE3D.”

– Tejas Diyora, Business Development Manager, Make3D

Under the hood, the printer is driven by a powerful processor, ample RAM, graphics capabilities, and versatile storage options, ensuring that the Pratham X is a reliable and versatile 3D printing solution.

Pratham X is easy to use and operate and with just a day worth of training, users will be able to operate the printer.

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