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Best Industrial 3D Printers of 2018 – The Most Advanced

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by All3DP
Jul 13, 2018

Curious about the latest advancements in commercial 3D printing? Check out the most advanced industrial 3D printers of 2018.

As ancient additive manufacturing guardians make way for new processes and machines, industrial 3D printing technology continues down a never-ending path of advancement and innovation. From exciting new companies to longtime industry stalwarts like Stratasys and 3D Systems, the industrial 3D printing market is currently in the midst of a technological renaissance.

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While the average desktop 3D printing user doesn’t have the money, space, or need for these industrial-grade additive manufacturing systems, the disruptive nature of these commercial printers have an impact on every aspect of the market. Whether you have an undying interest for all things 3D printing, or just want to learn more about how this emerging technology is utilized on an industrial level, this list if made for you.

It’s nearly impossible to try and rank the following industrial 3D printers by which are best. Not only are each of these machines extraordinarily expensive and hard to come across (and thus test out), they also serve different purposes and are useful for specific applications. Instead, we would like to introduce you to the most innovative industrial 3D printing companies that are currently on the market.

Best Industrial 3D Printers of 2018 – The Most Advanced

Industrial 3D Printer Techology Build Volume Materials
Desktop Metal Production System Single Pass Jetting 330 x 330 x 330 Metals
Arcam Spectra H Electron Beam Melting 250 × 430mm (Ø x H) Metals
3D Systems DMP Factory 500 Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) 500 x 500 x 500mm Metals
Laser Concept X LINE 2000R Selective Laser Melting 800 x 400 x 500mm Metals
SLM 500 HL Selective Laser Melting 500 x 280 x 365 Metals
EOSINT M 280 Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) 250 x 250 x 325mm Metals
Markforged Metal X Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing 200 x 200 x 250mm Metal Powder, Thermoplastics
WAAM Wire + Arc Additive Manufacturing - Metals
HP Jet Fusion 500/300 Multi Jet Fusion 332 x 190 x 248mm (500), 254 x 190 x 248mm (300) Plastic Photopolymers
Stratasys J750/735 PolyJet 350 x 350 x 200mm (J735), 490 x 390 x 200mm (J750) Plastic Photopolymers
Stratasys Objet500 Connex3 Jetting 490 x 390 x 200mm Plastic Photopolymers
Carbon M2 Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) 189 x 118 x 326mm Plastic Photopolymers
3D Systems Figure 4 Digital Light Printing (DLP) 124.8 x 70.2 x 196mm+ (Scalable) Plastic Photopolymers
EnvisionTEC Perfactory 4 LED XXL LED DLP 230 x 144 x 200mm Plastic Photopolymerrs
Prodways ProMaker V6000 MOVINGLight 120 x 157/350/500 x 150mm Ceramic Resin
Impossible Objects Model One Composite-based Additive Manufacturing (CBAM) - Polymers, Composites
Nano Dimension DragonFly 2020 Pro Inkjetting 200 x 200 x 3mm Electronics (PCB)
Mcor ARKe Lamination 184 x 168 x 125mm Paper
BigRep One Fused Deposition Modeling 1005 x 1005 x 1005mm Thermoplastics
Rize One Augmented Polymer Deposition 300 x 200 x 150mm Thermoplastics, Binder Ink
DeltaWASP 3MT Industrial Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 1000 x 900mm (Ø x H) Thermoplastics
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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Desktop Metal Production System

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

Launched by a team of MIT researchers back in 2015, the Massachusetts startup Desktop Metal emerged as one of the most innovative 3D printing companies of 2017 with the launch of its Studio and Production systems.

While both of these professional-grade 3D printers offer unique benefits, the Production System is the most industrial-ready machine of the two. The printer use a technique called “single pass jetting.” This process starts by depositing metal powder, followed by binding agent droplets that are “jetted” onto the powder. After heat is applied to bind the layer, the process quickly repeats itself, ultimately leading to the speedy production of metal parts. In fact, Desktop Metal’s technology is said to offer 100x faster production at 20x less the cost of other metal fabrication technologies.

Read More: Desktop Metal Debuts Two Revolutionary 3D Printers

This industrial 3D printer also utilizes a furnace to eliminate the binder material from the metal object. The Production System starts at around $360,000 (without the furnace). Although the price tag might look high to the average user, the typical metal industrial 3D printer can run you over $800,000, making Desktop Metal’s machine a potential game-changer.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Arcam Spectra H

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

Just like Concept Laser, Swedish company Arcam was also acquired by GE Additive last year. The purchase proves that the manufacturing giant is doubling down on metal 3D printing, looking towards Arcam’s Electron Beam Melting (EBM) technology to help make GE a leader in additive manufacturing. The Arcam Spectra H is Arcam’s latest industrial 3D printer, increasing the build size over its previous machines and incorporating high heat technology to allow for the production of crack-prone metal alloys.

Arcam’s EBM process takes place in a vacuum that is set at elevated temperatures and uses a high power electron beam to melt metal powder feedstock. Due to the high temperatures and chemically controlled environment during the printing process, this industrial 3D printer system can produce dense metal components with relieved stress and enhanced material properties.

In addition to a larger build volume and faster print speeds over its predecessor, the A2X, the Spectra H also boasts a specialization in high heat metals, a niche of the nascent metal 3D printing market.

The machine’s capacity for high heat allows for the printing of titanium aluminide — a material that sees use as turbine blades in jet engines on aircraft. Arcam’s materials development team is working on expanding the Spectra H’s material library, with the likes of tungsten and nickel superalloys potentially coming in 2019.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced 3D Systems DMP Factory 500

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

3D System’s new DMP Factory 500 solution highlights an increasingly important path in AM as the technology’s adoption rates grow — scalability. Comprised of a series of modules tailored to specific functions of the metal AM workflow, a Removable Print Module containing the powder travels between a print module and de-powdering station in such a way that an automated factory floor could be setup to run printing 24/7 without delay.

De-powdering and powder reclamation is happens automatically and offline.

In terms of actually printing, this industrial 3D printer presents an opportunity to increase throughput through large build volumes and automations. In fact, the DMP Factory 500 industrial 3D printer boasts a build volume of 500 x 500 x 500mm, putting it on the upper end of build volumes for machines on this list, not least of which, metal industrial 3D printers.

Think of it as the new large metal equivalent to the company’s impressive Figure 4 system.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Laser Concept X LINE 2000R

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

The German 3D printer manufacturer Concept Laser made headlines in 2016 after being acquired by GE Additive. With their eyes on the industrial additive manufacturing prize, there’s a good reason why the GE subsidiary decided to purchase 75% of the shares in this company. Currently, Concept Laser’s X LINE 2000R is the world’s largest metal industrial 3D printer system. With a 160 liter build volume, this machine is used to produce large-scale functional components and prototypes.

Features include automated powder transport and a fully automated production process. The X LINE 2000R also has a rotating mechanism that enables two build modules at one time. The printer’s dual laser system operates with two lasers that each output 1000 W.

Although this printer is considered to be the largest metal industrial 3D printer out there, Concept Laser is currently working with GE Additive to build an even larger system: Project A.T.L.A.S. (Additive Technology Large Area System).

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced SLM 500 HL

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

Equipped with a large build envelope and quad laser technology, the Selective Laser Melting Machine SLM 500 HL is a powerful metal industrial 3D printer. German manufacturer SLM Solutions created this industrial 3D printer to produce medium-sized components with precision and high surface quality.

The SLM technology works by melting and fusing metallic powders with a high-powered laser beam. The machine includes a fully automated powder management unit, continuously feeding material to prevent stoppage in the production process and eliminating the need to manually fill the machine. There’s also a Part Removal Station to help clean and remove supports effectively. GE Additive also attempted to acquire this company last year, but its bid fell through, leading them to purchase shares in Concept Laser instead.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced EOSINT M 280

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What Makes This One of the Best Industrial 3D Printers?

EOS is one of the pioneering metal industrial 3D printer manufacturers, and has been a leader in the market for quite some time. The EOSINT M280 is among its most reliable and advanced printers. This system uses Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology, a technique that involves a fibre laser melting and fusing metal powder together.

The EOSINT family is compatible with a wide range of metal materials, including aluminum, high-grade steel, titanium, nickel, and cobalt chrome alloys. This industrial 3D printer is ideal for those who need to print metal objects with complex geometries that include free-form surfaces, deep slots and coolant ducts.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Markforged Metal X

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

Originally recognized as changing the way we print with carbon fiber composites, 3D printer manufacturer Markforged has also aimed to revolutionize metal 3D printing as well. The Markforged Metal X is based off a technology called atomic diffusion additive manufacturing (ADAM). This process prints with metal powder that is contained within a plastic binder. A cartridge of bound-powder rods feeds the material to the printer, melting the plastic and fusing it to the preceding layer.

After the print is complete, the part is placed within a sintering furnace, burning away the plastic and fusing the metal material together. The final component shrinks by about 20 percent, leaving users with a metal part that is almost fully dense.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced WAAM

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

Unique on this list for its use of existing or “off-the-shelf” welding tech and feedstock, Wire + Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) is a decidedly different approach to the metal industrial 3D printer versus the other systems presented in this list.

Based out of Cranfield University in the UK, WAAM as a named organization behind the eponymous tech is a close collaboration between academia and industry to mature a process first detailed in the 1920s, but only made real in 1990s.

In essence WAAM is a process by which metal wire feedstock is melted by an electric arc and deposited along a path, building a solid object over several passes from its position on a CNC machine gantry or robotic arm.

Use cases of WAAM thus far have erred on the side of heavy industry, with successful case studies including a class-approved ship propeller (known as the WAAMpeller), which was 3D printed by the Port of Rotterdam’s additive manufacturing lab for shipbuilder Damen.

Currently, WAAM systems have deposited titanium, aluminum, refractory metals such as tungsten and molybdenum, invar, nickel alloys, steel, bronze, copper and magnesium.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced HP Jet Fusion 500/300

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

In 2016 global tech giant HP unveiled its long-awaited Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing process, creating a storm of hype throughout the industry. A proprietary technology the company has developed over years of R&D with with the input of multiple industry partners, MJF is capable of fabricating parts with control at the level of the individual voxel.

The latest and greatest in HP’s Multi Jet Fusion-touting industrial 3D printers are the 500 and 300 series printers. Capable of producing full color functional parts fast, they evolve HP’s proprietary printing tech while shrinking it down into a smaller machine suited for medium size development environments.

In total the 500/300 series of MJF 3D printers consists of four machines, with the 580 and 380 capable of full color printing (utilizing 8 agents to do so) and the 540 and 340 printing objects in black or white. Build volumes of 332 x 190 x 248mm and 254 x 190 x 248mm distinguish the 500 and 300 printers from one another.

Using HP’s Jet Fusion 3D printing solution is an end-to-end production ecosystem, with the company providing support, training and a growing library of materials developed specifically for the technology. The printers themselves automate much of the printing process, accepting plug-and-play cartridges for the print material and color and binding agents, reclaiming reusable material after completed prints and generally simplifying the experience.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Stratasys J750/735

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

As one of the most experienced and largest 3D printing companies on the market, Stratasys has managed to maintain its reputation as an industry innovator throughout the years. Two of the 3D printer manufacturer’s top spec prototyping industrial 3D printers are the Stratasys J735 and J750, both full-color multi-material solutions capable of producing items that mimic production parts in functionality, look and feel.

The J750 is a slightly older machine that recently gained enhanced color reproduction ability alongside the release of its smaller-build volume packing brethren, the J735. Both printers utilize the PolyJet printing process, which means that they are capable of jetting multiple materials, lacing complex color geometries and material properties throughout models — including transparent and flexible parts.

Overall the aim of the J750 and J735 is to deliver “real” looking parts. There are already examples of companies such as car manufacturer Audi using the machines to produce imitation parts for the design approval process.

Learn more: Stratasys Expands Color Capabilities of J750 Printer, Debuts New J735 Machine

Industrial 3D Printer Features: Stratasys F123 (F170/F270/F370 Model)

  • Industrial 3D Printer Type: Fused Deposition Modeling
  • Material: PLA, ABS, Other Thermoplastics
  • Build Volume: 254 x 254 x 254 mm(F170)/305 x 254 x 305 mm (F270)/ 355 x 254 x 355 mm (F370)
  • Min. Layer Height: 0.0127 mm
  • On-Printer Controls: Yes
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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Stratasys Objet500 Connex3

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

Back in 2014, Stratasys released the Objet500 Connex, a multi-material industrial 3D printer capable of combining an array of rigid, flexible, and transparent materials. This 3D printer features a unique triple-jetting technology that combines droplets of three base materials, producing colorful parts from unlimited material combinations.

The Objet500 Connex3 industrial 3D printer is ideal for manufacturers looking to validate and test functional designs. Vast material functionality and multi-color capabilities make this printer one of the premier industrial 3D printers from the Stratasys family. Outside of vibrant colors, the Objet500 Connex is also compatible with materials that have enhanced mechanical properties, including superior tensile strength, elongation at break, and multiple hardness shore values.

Recently the design-to-print workflow using the Connex3 was improved with the new GrabCAD compatibility.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Carbon M2

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

After releasing the M1 Series back in 2016, Californian 3D printing startup Carbon continues to shakeup the market with the SpeedCell system, which comprises of the company’s top-sepc M2 industrial 3D printer. If you’re not familiar with Carbon, the company developed Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology, a photopolymer process that is 25-100 times faster than other similar processes.

The M2 has twice the build volume of its predecessor and offers a 75 micron pixel resolution. It can also be integrated into a robot-controlled fabrication system, which is where the SpeedCell system comes into play. This system includes the Smart Part Washer, enabling automated repeatable part washing. The development of professional-grade CLIP resins is a constant task for the Carbon team. The M2 printer is available on a subscription-based plan, costing $50,000 per year.

High profile clients of Carbon includes Adidas, which has begun using the company’s machines to mass produce midsoles for its Futurecraft line of sneakers.

Learn more: Carbon 3D adds New "M2" Pro 3D Printer, New FPU Material

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced 3D Systems Figure 4

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

The Figure 4 is an innovative cell system of industrial 3D printers by 3D Systems. Both scalable and modular, it can be tailored to each customer’s needs. According to 3D Systems, the Figure 4 will be able capable of printing 50 times faster that other SLA platforms. This will help lower operational costs.

The Figure 4 platform also offers automated material delivery and integrated post-processing techniques. Overall, the technology aims to reduce cost per part by up to 71 percent. The printer is named after an illustration (labeled Fig. 4) in Chuck Hull’s patent for SLA technology from 1984. Currently, 3D Systems is looking for companies to partner with and use its new platform. They’ve already shipped one of these systems out to an undisclosed Fortune 500 company.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced EnvisionTEC Perfactory 4 LED XXL

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Pioneering industrial 3D printing technologies since 2002, EnvisionTEC is a leading light in the 3D printing of production parts and the evolution of DLP resin 3D printing.

One of the most renowned of the company’s 40+ range of specialized industrial 3D printers is the Perfactory 4 LED XXL, which utilizes the EnvisionTEC’s novel LED DLP printing technology. With a 230 x 144 x 200mm build volume, it is not the largest in the company’s offerings, but what it lacks in size it more than excels in detail and surface finish.

Typical use cases are end-use parts, models for use in the entertainment industry, medical applications, aerospace, automotive and more. Material options run from transparent and flexible, to hi-impact, with a large number of dental-specific resins positioning the printer as a solid option for the orthodontics industry.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Prodways ProMaker V6000

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

The French 3D printer manufacturer Prodways is another company that is gaining traction in the industrial sector. The company’s ProMaker V6000 uses proprietary MOVINGLight technology — a kind of modified DLP resin printing — to achieve precise high quality prints.

What makes the V6000 so unique is its specialization in ceramic resin printing. Tailor made to handle high viscosity materials, this industrial 3D printer has a  particular talent in polymerizing ceramic resins, leading to printed parts that can be — after sintering and debinding — up to 99% ceramic.

Prodways nods to the luxury, electronic, jewelry and medical fields as potential beneficiaries of such a machine.

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Impossible Objects Model One

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

Illinois company Impossible Objects is another newcomer to the industrial 3D printing scene. Their Model One 3D printer uses composite-based additive manufacturing technology (CBAM), a process that enables the production of exceedingly strong functional fiber-reinforced parts. Compatible materials include carbon, glass, Kevlar, and polymers like polyamides and PEEK.

Impossible Objects claims faster production speeds than most other industrial 3D printer technologies with the Model One, making mass production and repeatability a viable use for the technology when  held against traditional production methods.

Read more:Impossible Objects Launches Composite-Based "Model One" 3D Printer

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Nano Dimension DragonFly 2020 Pro

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

Nano Dimension is an Israeli company that is responsible for the DragonFly 2020 Pro, an industrial 3D printer that can fabricate PCBs from the ground up.

Enabling the rapid development and, concurrently, production of printed circuit boards in a controlled and closed environment, Nano Dimension’s tech works as your typical inkjet system does, depositing ink in passes over a print area. However, the key difference here is that the jetted material gradually builds up and can result in a complex multi-layer circuit thanks to the inclusion of nanoparticle silver inks to provide electrical conductivity.

Besides agile board development in house with a the production machine by your side, the proposed benefits also include increased confidentiality (from not having to outsource board production) and reduced production costs.

Read more: Nano Dimension: 3D Printing Multimaterial Electrical Conductors

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Mcor ARKe

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What Makes This a Top Industrial 3D Printer?

The idea of 3D printing with paper material might sound bizarre at first, but the Irish 3D printing company Mcor is trailblazing the 3D printing industry with its unique process. The Mcor ARKe is its most recent machine, an industrial 3D printer that uses paper as the material in a process that essentially inkjets color onto paper, before selectively binding the sheets to build up a model layer by layer. The resulting part resembles wood in density, but looks as any other full color print.

Mobile app interactivity hints at a machine that is a little less industry than the otherr industrial 3D printers we list, and a bit more studio or desktop. But we’re including it for the novel means by which it 3D prints.

Learn more about Mcor technology: The Future of 3D Printing Might Be... Paper?

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced BigRep One

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What Makes This One of the Best Industrial 3D Printers?

Imagine if you took a RepRap-based desktop 3D printer and scaled it up to a size that you could literally walk right through. Well, that essentially what Berlin-based BigRep with the BigRep One, a large-scale FDM 3D printer tailor made for production and industrial applications.

Now on the third iteration of the printer (v3), the latest BigRep One includes modular print heads that operate independently, enabling multi-color printing. This open format printer allows users to monitor the process from all angles, and even includes an automatic inductive sensor to level the print bed. With a capacity of one cubic meter, the BigRep ONE v3 offers the largest build volume of any FDM 3D printer on the market.

BigRep recently introduced a smaller version of the One: the Studio. Designed for smaller spaces where the near 2-cubic meter One struggles to fit, the Studio features a quarter of the the build volume of the One, plus an enclosure and all the bells and whistles already found on its bigger sibling.

Don’t miss: The World's Biggest & Most Expensive 3D Printers in 2018

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced Rize One

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What Makes This One of the Best Industrial 3D Printers?

One of the more recent industrial 3D printers to make the list, the Rize One is another potential game-changer.

The printer uses a unique process called Augmented Polymer Deposition, which mixes FDM and inkjetting technology to achieve voxel-level printing comparable to HP’s Multi Jet Fusion. The Rize One uses an inkjet printhead to bind thermoplastic filament with functional inks.

The company created its own engineering and medical-grade thermoplastic called Rizium One. Their specialty ink is called Release One, developed for easy support removal. According to Rize, the easy support removal system reduces the total turnaround time by 50 percent. Eventually, the company plans to develop full-color printing capabilities for the Rize One, but currently it can only print in greyscale.

However, with a low price point of just $28,500 and a moderate build size, this system may soon become the go-to small-to-mid industrial 3D printer.

Read more: Rize One 3D Printer Eliminates Post-Processing With Disruptive Technology

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Best Industrial 3D Printer of 2018 – The 21 Most Advanced DeltaWASP 3MT Industrial

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What Makes This One of the Best Industrial 3D Printers?

The Italian 3D printer manufacturer WASP (World’s Advanced Saving Project) develops Delta-style printers with the aim of solving social issues across the globe. With the DeltaWASP 3MT Industrial, users can produce large-scale objects such as 3D printed furniture. This industrial 3D printer offers multi-tool capabilities, including a pellet extruder, a fluid-dense extruder, a milling machine, and print-quickening spitfire extruder.

Allowing you to print objects that are up to almost one meter high, this Delta-style printer is one of a kind, especially held against the other industrial 3D printers on this list. All in all, WASP is pushing innovation forward in a major way, focusing on sustainable and socially conscious ways to utilize industrial 3D printing.

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