List of OEM prebuilt printers with DUET



  • I need another printer ASAP. After a year of on and off tweaking with my Tevo Little Monster, I finally got it to a point where I am happy with the quality, reliability and workflow. Last night I dropped a spool of filament and shattered the glass bed. I intended to replace it but I am unsure of the lead times for this specific part as of now.

    I really like the Duet system but I do not have the time for a DIY setup. Is there a list of OEM printers which use DUET boards and are ready to go with configuration and profiles for different materials?

    I know M3D's printers use the Meastro, though I was never happy with the support they were providing early on when I bought one.



  • Fusion3 machines are quality and the company has a good reputation. The price is considerable but they publish lots of print profiles and have a dedicated support team. Consider this (or an Ultimaker) if you want a more hands-off approach.

    The Railcore II is another great duet-powered option which you can buy either pre-built or a kit. The creators are very active in supporting the product and some print profiles are available, but support is generally more community driven vs. a dedicated team.

    These are the only two I have personal experience with, but I'm sure there are others available as well. If you have an idea of your budget that will narrow down your options as well.


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    There are also the Rostock Max v4 and the Artemis, both from SeeMeCnc. Most of the other ones I know about are likely out of your price range!



  • I'd like to know about the expensive printers. I'm waiting for financing for the medium series production of several projects.
    I would like to find the Roll Royce of 3D printers, if it exists...

    Thanks


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    @RafB said in List of OEM prebuilt printers with DUET:

    I would like to find the Roll Royce of 3D printers, if it exists...

    Stratasys will sell you a rolls royce if you want something truly industrial.

    But I would consider the Railcore II to be the rolls royce of RepRap currently.

    What are your requirements?



  • @Phaedrux said in List of OEM prebuilt printers with DUET:

    Stratasys will sell you a rolls royce if you want something truly industrial.
    But I would consider the Railcore II to be the rolls royce of RepRap currently.
    What are your requirements?

    I would like to optimize all the negative points of the printers I use.
    Raise3D, Flashforge, HyperCube, tevo LM.

    THE FLAT BED has the 100micron and the possibility to have several types of surface depending on the filaments used (glass, gecoktek, buldtak type).

    Quick nozzle change by complete direct drive head system.

    why not IDEX.

    Closed and filtered

    It already seems to me not bad and close to the rolls if thermally it accepts the filaments before the peek but not the peek.

    I think you're right the railcore seems to me the most reliable reprap on paper.

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    @RafB said in List of OEM prebuilt printers with DUET:

    I'd like to know about the expensive printers. I'm waiting for financing for the medium series production of several projects.
    I would like to find the Roll Royce of 3D printers, if it exists...

    Thanks

    Here are two more expensive printer ranges that use Duet.

    https://tractus3d.com/
    https://3dplatform.com/

    There are others who haven't yet said they are happy for us to tell folks that they use Duet, and more who are transitioning to Duet.



  • Thanks, this is a good list



  • A bit of chauvinism, no French companies, even to come?



  • La Zatsit?



  • Forgive if dup, I did not see it above:

    Ultimate XL.

    https://elitemachineworks.com/ulxlpreorder/ultimate-xl


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