From Italian, specifically from the firm specialized in the design and manufacture of 3D printers Kentstrapper, we receive a press release where we are told about the market launch of a new model baptized with the name of Verve. As mentioned in the note, we are talking about a 3D printer where there is room for the most advanced technology, facilitating, in turn, its use by the user as much as possible.
Among the most interesting advances present in the Kentstrapper Verve, mention, for example, the installing a Narwhal touch user interface with colorful icons that allow the user quick access to any type of command they need, access to all the files loaded in the machine through a USB memory and visualization of all 3D printing processes.
Kentstrapper Verve, a printer equipped with the best current technology.
Another feature that has caught my attention the most about this machine, which on the other hand is adding more manufacturers to their products every day, is a filament shortage detection system. In the event of this alarm, printing is paused, thus allowing the user to change the filament and continue with the job.
As a detail, tell you that thanks to the implementation of this feature, the guys from Kentstrapper have decided allow user to pause 3D printing at any time even leading to detect if there is a power cut, where work is paused and then resumed, just when power is restored.
Finally note that the printer has heated base up to 100 degrees centigrade with automatic leveling, 200 x 200 x 200mm print volume, 260 degree centigrade max extrusion temperature with 1,75mm filaments and layer height up to 20 microns.