• Print Faster

    The EXT 1270's pellet extrusion technology prints up to 10X faster than traditional filament extrusion 3D printing with deposition rates as high as 30lbs (13.6kg) per hour.

  • Lower Your Costs

    Utilizing pellet feedstocks means the EXT 1270 can reduce material costs by up to 10X. Lights-out manufacturing and the option for in situ milling help cut labor costs.

  • Reliable Production

    With a built volume of 1270mm x 1270 mm x 1829mm (50" x 50" x 72") the EXT 1270 can print most large parts in one piece, eliminating the need for gluing. 

This large-format 3D printer features a single pellet extruder as standard, but can be customized with up to three toolheads, including a second pellet extruder, a filament extruder, and a 3-axis milling spindle. The EXT 1270 is an ideal solution for manufacturing large-scale parts, ranging from tooling and patterns to end-use products.

Production Manufacturing with the EXT 1270

  • Increase Production Reliability

    The EXT 1270 Titan Pellet features an industrial motion control system, including a CNC controller, closed-loop system with servos on all axes, and remote monitoring capabilities, all of which increase up-time and reliability.

  • Built for Production

    Designed for the factory floor, the EXT 1270 is a production-proven additive manufacturing system with a precision-machined, welded steel frame. Its actively heated and insulated industrial enclosure, complete with door interlocks, makes it ready for any production environment.

  • Configurable for Your Needs

    With an open architecture design, manufacturers can choose from hundreds of grades of open-market pellet materials for their applications on the EXT 1270. Printing and milling parameters can be dialed-in to optimize serial production hybrid manufacturing applications, giving you more control over the process. Choose the EXT 1270 for reliable, production-ready large-format 3D printing. 

EXT 1270 Titan Pellet Specifications

  • Build Volume
    Print and Cut1270mm X x 1270mm Y x 1829mm Z (50”x50”x72”)
    Toolhead Configurations
    One Toolhead (standard) Pellet Extruder
    Two Toolheads Dual Pellet Extruders, Pellet + Filament Extruder, Pellet Extruder + Spindle
    Three Toolheads Pellet Extruder + Filament Extruder + Spindle, Dual Pellet Extruders + Spindle
    Pellet Extruder 400°C
    Filament Extruder 400°C
    Bed 140°C
    Enclosure 80°C
    Spindle Features
    Speed18,000 RPM (1.5HP)
    Tool SizeUp to 1/4" diameter, 4" length
    Tool Calibration3-axis sensor configuration
  • Extrusion Capabilities
    Pellet Nozzle Diameters 0.6 mm - 9.0 mm
    Pellet Layer Heights 0.4 mm - 6.0 mm
    Pellet Extruder Throughput .45kg - 13.6kg* (1lb - 30lbs*) per hour 
    Filament Nozzle Diameters 0.4 mm - 1.2 mm
    Filament Layer Heights 0.15 mm - 1.0 mm
    Filament Throughput <45kg - .9kg (<1lb - 2lbs) per hour

    *Max flow rate with 9 mm nozzle

    Control System
    Motion ControllerCNC Controller
    DrivesServos on all axes
    Print SpeedsUp to .5m/sec
    Slicing SoftwareSimplify3D
    Optional Accessories
    Material Dryer Integrated Pellet and Filament Dryers
    HEPA Air Filtration Integrated Fume Extractor
    System Requirements
    Power Input 208V Three Phase 100A
    Machine Weight 2722kg (6000lbs)
    Machine Footprint 3.35m X 3.05m X 3.05m (11' x 10' x 10')

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