Third and final day at the TCT Show today. We are at stand H39 and feature four printers on our stand: The Lulzbot TAZ 6, Stacker S2, Robo R2 and the Prusa i3 mk2 – the latter two are printing with our brand new nGen_LUX filament which was announced last week and will be available in November. The TCT Show is the first show you see this new filament in real lifel and the reactions have been universally positive. “This just looks too good” may be one of our favorite reactions!
Today we highlight the Stacker S2 printer. In the next week, as from now, we offer the Stacker S2 and Stacker S4 at discounted prices:
Stacker S2: Was € 7,495 / is now € 6.500
Stacker S4: Was € 10.995 / is now € 9.500
This discount lasts until end of next week and applies to all order firm orders placed before then. Prices are excluding VAT and shipping. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the details. Alternatively, visit us at the TCT Show today or at the Kunststoffenbeurs in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, where you can see the Stacker S4 at the stand of our sister company Helian Polymers.
The Stacker S2 (and its larger sibling the Stacker S4) is an industrial grade FFF 3D printer. Multiple print heads and a large build volume make it a versatile printer. Small series production or large scale prototyping are no problem for the Stacker printers! This US based printer is very reliable and is a perfect match for any professional looking for serious 3D printing. You can find the full product specifications on our dedicated Stacker page.
For Stacker the term “industrial grade” is not a hollow marketing term. It means their printers are designed for extra long service life, extremely low maintenance and that the printer will maintain its positional accuracy throughout its life cycle. This printer has been designed to be used in a professional environment, be it for large prototypes or small series production.
As many of you know, we are the distributor of Stacker 3D printers in Europe. We have been working with Stacker ever since their first prototype and now have several in our print lab. In the past 4 years we have seen 3D printing emerging from a hobby market to more professional uses. A lot of our users are using 3D printing to make a living or at least support their business in one way or another.
One great way to use 3D printing, and the Stacker in combination with our signature PLA/PHA, is investment casting. Using 3D printing in investment casting reduces cost and adds flexibility to the process. PLA is a natural choice for this process where the entire print is burned out.
This is being done in real life by companies like Spectra3D, as highlighted in last year’s blog.
And for the filaments we have a discount this week as well: 10% off on all 3D printing filaments. Use coupon code TCT2017 when checking out.