Cosine Additive launches its new large format 3D printer

Cosine Additive

Cosine Additive is a company based in Houston, United States, which is gradually making a name for itself in the international 3D printing market thanks to launches such as the one that brings us together today, a printer baptized with the name of 3D Cosine Additive Machine 1 that allows its owners to obtain resolutions of up to 100 microns or pieces with a maximum volume of 1100 x 850 x 900 mm.

Unfortunately this time we are not facing a model that, due to projection and price, will reach our homes since its capacity is much more oriented to the small professional market, not in vain is he capable of melt and print up to 3.5 kg of plastic per day thanks to a fury capable of reaching 450 degrees which allows it to work with materials as different as polycarbonate, PBT, PETG, HIPS, PVA, Acetal or nylon to which we must add compounds such as carbon fiber, fiberglass , mica, glass and metallic powder of steel or bronze.

In the video that you have just above these lines you can see how the new Cosine Additive printer makes use of filament Techmer Electrafill J-50 / CF / 10, a state-of-the-art material composed of 10% carbon fiber on a polycarbonate base, the end result is a piece that can remain stable at high temperatures, at least until they reach 100 degrees.

The company has high expectations for its new creature and believes that the use of composite materials will allow increased adoption of 3D printing by small producers of prototypes and short runs.


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