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.
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.
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.
Atlas H-S Specifications
Build Volume 1270mm 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 Temperatures Pellet Extruder 400°C Filament Extruder 400°C Bed 140°C Enclosure 80°C Spindle Features Speed 18,000 RPM (1.5HP) Tool Size Up to 1/4" diameter, 4" length Tools Changer 6 tool capacity Tool Calibration 3-axis sensor configuration Chip Collector Brush/vacuum chip collection system
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 Controller CNC Controller Drives Servos on all axes Print Speeds Up to 30,000 mm/min Slicing Software Simplify3D 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')
Frequently Asked Questions
The EXT 1270’s gantry can support up to three toolheads, making it highly customizable for your needs. The machine comes standard with one pellet extruder, but optional configurations allow for a second pellet extruder, a milling spindle toolhead, or a single filament extruderShape
Examples of dual material printing include printing water-soluble supports for high-performance model material or printing flexible and rigid materials in the same part. With the dual retracting pellet extruders available on the Ext 1270, you can print with two different pellet materials in the same print. Or, with a dual extruder system of one pellet extruder and one filament extruder, you can print with two materials and also select the right extrusion method for your application.
No. The EXT 1270 is compatible with a wide range of pellet and filament materials from various suppliers, giving customers the flexibility to choose the materials that best suit their application needs. 3D Systems' experienced professionals can offer recommendations on materials and provide options that have already been tested on Titan systems for added peace of mind.Shape
Yes. The software preparation of the print file determines how many milling passes are required based on the overall part height. The machine can print a certain height and then mill that section before continuing with the next layer. This allows for true hybrid manufacturing, where the 3D printing and CNC milling processes are integrated seamlessly to produce fully finished and functional parts in a single machine.
The primary difference is build size. The EXT 1070’s maximum print size is 1070mm x 1070mm x 1219mm (42” x 42” x 48”) while the EXT 1270 can print up to 1270mm x 1270mm x 1829mm (50” x 50” x 72”).
Yes, in addition to providing comprehensive training, 3D Systems also offers ongoing technical support, maintenance, and service to ensure that your production runs smoothly and efficiently. Our team of experts is available to assist with any issues or questions you may have.
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