Large format 3D printer manufacturer CreatBot has introduced the D600 Pro 2 FDM 3D printer, a successor to the D600 3D printer.
With dimensions of up to 600 x 600 x 600 mm, this 3D printer is designed for large-format 3D printing of engineering-grade materials. The D600 Pro 2 targets applications such as large product prototypes and small batches of materials such as ABS, ABS-CF, PC, Nylon and PA-CF. Priced at 15,999 euros (approximately $17,433), the D600 Pro 2 positions itself as a competitive choice with a 600mm cubic size and aims to meet the evolving needs of professional 3D printer users worldwide, so CreatBot.
A next-generation successor to the D600 Pro
According to the company, the D600 Pro has been gaining popularity in the market for the past six years. Over 3,000 units have been installed worldwide. Continuous developments based on user feedback have resulted in approximately 30 updates, making the D600 Pro a reliable choice for companies engaged in functional prototype development and small series production.
Notable users of the D600 Pro series include defense companies such as the Australian and Belgian Departments of Defense, aerospace companies such as NASA and Boeing, seat manufacturers Sulzer and Faurecia, and automotive players such as Renault and Red Bull Racing.
The D600 Pro 2 FDM 3D printer. Photo via CreatBot.
The D600 Pro 2 features a new design that combines modern aesthetics with professional features and promises to lead the market for next-generation, enterprise-class large format 3D printers. D600 Pro 2 features performance, large mold size, faster printing speed, material compatibility, simplified operation and 24/7 stability, aiming to meet the needs of professionals.
D600 Pro 2: A closer look at its features
The D600 Pro 2 is equipped with automatic ascending dual extruders that reach a temperature of 420°C. As a result of exclusive research and development, the magnetic suction platform offers easy removal and high temperature resistance of over 120°C, ensuring long-term use without demagnetization. This further simplifies the dismantling of oversized models and allows a 500 x 500 mm model to be dismantled in just one second.
By maintaining a temperature of 70°C, the hot chamber proves crucial in maintaining the structural integrity of engineering materials and preventing deformation, shrinkage and warping during prolonged printing processes. Under the hood, the D600 Pro 2 houses a powerful 32-bit motherboard paired with a robust NPU core processor that ensures fast and efficient responses to program instructions without delays.
The D600 Pro 2 3D printer is compatible with over 20 technical materials. Image via CreatBot.
Z-Magic Box technology proves to be a solution for large Z-spaced 3D printing devices, mitigating the degradation of Z-axis texture that comes with increasing model height. This novel technology significantly reduces or eliminates surface texture problems on large models and guarantees consistently smooth and flawless surface quality.
The camera control technology improves user control and allows remote monitoring and adjustment of printing parameters such as speed, pause and temperature via a dedicated app. This feature is particularly valuable for large format models and longer print times. It ensures optimal 3D printing quality in the shortest possible time and minimizes the risk of failures.
Auto-rising dual extruders reach 420℃. Photo via CreatBot.
Technical data of the 3D printer D600 Pro 2
|Modeling melt deposition
|CreatWare, Simplify 3D, Cura, Slice 3r
Double extrusion: 540 x 600 x 600 mm
|Supported file types
|STL, OBJ, AMF
|Number of nozzles
|Windows (all), macOS
|Automatic rising extruders
|Min. layer height
|Save data when power is off
|Stop printing if the filament is stuck or runs out
|PLA, ABS, Carbon, Nylon, Ultra-PA, UltraPA-CF, PET-CF, PC, TPU, ASA, PETG and more
|Automatically leveling bed
|0.6mm (0.3, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1.0mm)
|Turn off the device when printing is complete
|Print file type
|Magic box technology
|Perfect texture in Z direction
|Monitoring + control
|Max. nozzle temperature
|emergency stop switch
|Max. bed temperature
|Max. chamber temperature
|High precision servo motors
|Drying temperature of the filaments
|0–70 °C (time-controlled)
|High-precision linear slides
|Removable magnetic platform (base on high-precision aviation aluminum plate)
|PEI board + PEI coating
|7″ touch screen
|USB/USB hard drive/WiFi
|X/Y min. and max
|height and weight
|Best printing speed
|Product, dimensions and weight
|Max. print speed
|Pack size and weight
The D600 Pro 2 system is equipped with camera control technology. Photo via CreatBot.
For more information about the CreatBot D600 Pro 2 3D printer, visit the CreatBot official website. Potential customers can also request a quote from the company.
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The picture shown shows the D600 Pro 2 FDM 3D printer. Photo via CreatBot.