From Italy, specifically from the manufacturer specialized in 3D printers Kentstrapper, we receive information about the launch of a new 3D printer baptized with the name of Verve, a model that stands out, according to the published press release, for being equipped with the most advanced technology as well as software that greatly facilitates its use by both more advanced and novice users.
If we stop for a moment on its most basic characteristics, we find a model equipped with elements such as a heated base up to 100 degrees centigrade capable of allowing a manufacturing volume of 200 x 200 x 200 mm. The extrusion temperature maximum rises to 260 degrees centigrade and I was able to work with 1,75mm filament and a layer height up to 20 microns.
Kentstrapper Verve, an inexpensive and professional 3D printer.
As you can see, we are talking about a quite interesting 3D printer that Kentstrapper has complemented with the installation of a new one touch interface known as Narwhal. It stands out for the use of colorful icons that allow the user to access very quickly the commands they may need, the files loaded through a USB memory and even the visualization of the 3D printing processes.
As a final detail, highlight the introduction of a technology that is already being installed by many other manufacturers such as detection of lack of filament. In the event that the printer detects that it has no filament, the printing will be paused allowing it to be changed to later resume the job.
Furthermore, with its Phoenix system, 3D printing can be paused at any time and, most interestingly, it detects if there is a power outage to automatically pause the job and resume it as soon as it receives power again. Finally, note that the Kentstrapper Verve also incorporates automatic base leveling, without the need for manual intervention.