Quant 3D Introduces New, Faster Q300 3D Printer


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Quant 3D, a division of OK International, which is an operating company of Dover Corporation, is pleased to introduce the new Q300 3D Printer. The Q300 offers improved printing speeds – 30 percent faster than the Q200 – and is available for immediate delivery. 

The Q300 features a large build volume of 10 x 8 x 8" (255 x 205 x 205 mm). It is equipped with a HEPA filter to remove airborne contaminants and fumes, and well-engineered with an internal steel chassis and 100 micron resolution. With fully automatic platform leveling and height sensing, no human interaction is required with the Q300. With an MSRP set at $1,899.00, users can now acquire a professional grade 3D printer at an affordable price.

The Q300 provides outstanding print quality in both PLA and ABS plastic, and printing resolutions at 100, 150, 200, 250, 300 and 400 microns. The system features a heated build platform, automatic platform leveling calibration and nozzle height calibration. It comes in a compact size that fits on virtually any workbench or desk, and comes standard with one spool of premium ABS plastic (white). Many colors of filament are available.

“The Q300 represents a major breakthrough for Quant 3D's product line, providing users a desktop-sized 3D printer capable of building durable, accurate models in both PLA and ABS plastic,” said Brent Denston, Director of Sales for Quant 3D. “The envelope-size, speed and operational cost of the Q300 will appeal to designers, engineers, architects, educators and makers using 3D creation tools. With the Q300, they can now own a high-quality 3D modeling system that's actually affordable to use.”

The Q300 turns ideas and designs into professional 3D models at the touch of a button. For more information about Quant 3D, visit www.quant3d.com.

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