The Argentine manufacturer Trideo makes a 3D printer so big that it comes on wheels.
The gigantic Big T has a construction area of one square meter and is therefore large enough to print rims, manufacture fixtures, foundry models for the production of sand casting molds from huge parts, sprawling cityscape models, a larger than life bust of Diego Maradona and more.
It would take forever to fill the huge construction area with a conventional nozzle. That is why Trideo developed the Typhoon, a high-flow nozzle designed to extrude 2.85 mm filaments with a flow rate of up to 200 mm³ / s and almost 1 kg / h, “they write.
Here’s a time-lapse of the Big T printing a gigantic castle:
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It’s worth noting that even with the Typhoon nozzle, this thing took ten days to print.
Check out other things Trideo did on her Instagram.