Grupo Sicnova Introduces its First 3D Printer
Staff posted on March 13, 2015 |

3d printing, spain, sicnova, industrial, plastic,Grupo Sicnova has introduced its first 3D printer, Sicnova JCR 1000, at the 3D Printshow Madrid. This new printing device is primarily aimed at industrial and engineering applications given its large build volume, variety of printing materials, speed and precision.

Sicnova JCR 1000 has a large build volume of 1.000 x 600 x 600 mm (39.3 x 23.6 x 23.6 inches). It also processes many printing materials including PLA, ABS, nylon, hard rubber, PVA, PP, PC, HIPS, carbon fiber material and any material able to work with a 1.75 mm extruder and a temperature between 180ºC and 350ºC. Thus it can be considered one of the most versatile 3D printers so far, and it’s also a great choice for industries like foundry, plastic injection moulding, automotive or space industry, research labs and any professional who needs large build volumes with great accuracy levels.

According to Grupo, the JCR 1000's hardware also assures precision up to 50 microns. There is a closed and heated environment with controlled temperature and heated bed, and also a dual 1.75mm extruder with interchangeable nozzle, high precision industrial motor controllers and an auto leveling system. Besides, the printer can manage a productive capacity of 100 cm³ per hour.

This new Grupo Sicnova’s product admits STL and G-Code files. It incorporates a Plug & Print system with file generator, and the status of the printing work can also be monitored via webcam.

Sicnova JCR 1000 is Grupo Sicnova’s second creation. The first one is CloneScan3D, the first automatic and massive 3D body scanner, which was officially introduced last February in the little Andalusian village of Torrequebradilla, where all its inhabitants, more than 300 people, were digitized in one single day with this device.   

Source: Sicnova

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