3D PotterBot 9
3D PotterBot 9
The 3D Potterbot 9 is our most popular model used by universities and art institutes for its ideal size and price range.
3D Potterbot 9
3D Potterbot 9 is our standard machine with great features and a reasonable build envelope. It is the ideal printer for a university environment or an individual artists who wants to print objects up to 19 inches tall. The model 9 uses hybrid stepper motors on the X and Y axes and standard stepper motors on the extruder and the Z axis.
3D Potter printers
3D Potter printers use high quality anodized aluminum rails. These rails are robust and have a smooth surface, allowing for easy movement of parts while being able to withstand classroom or industrial environments.
The unique feature of our printers is the direct extrusion. Other brands use a compressed air system printing slip (watered down clay or alcohol diluted clay). The advantage of direct extrusion is printing full body clay, or other paste-like materials. All materials used to build our printers are food grade, so get creative.
We keep improving our designs. The 9th generation brings a new wireless feature with a full web interface controlled over WiFi. You can now control and upload files to the printer from multiple devices simultaneously. The interface allows you full control over every setting of the machine. Interface preview.
The 9th gen has a new uniform nozzle design for improved performance, across all of our printers. This allows you to interchange nozzles between all of our printers, from the Micro to the Scara V3.
1. 3D PotterBot 9
2. Closed loop stepper on X, Y; stepper on Z, extruder
3. 2000ml extruder, 2 tubes
4. 4 nozzles (standard sizes: 3, 4, 5, and 6mm)
5. Parts Box: Alan key set, grease, Acme driver tool, tie wraps, extra screws
6. Power Supply, USB cable
W-29” L-31” H-34”
Maximum operation space needed: W-47” L-35” H-78”
Bat diameter (printer bed): 15” (381mm)
Height to the top of the extruder fully extended is 78” (1981mm)
Weight with extruder: 34 lbs.
Average speed: 2.2’’ to 5.1’’/s (55 to 130 mm/s)
Power Supply: Output - 24V 5-6 amps, Input - 100-240V, 50-60 Hertz (No 240V power plug supplied for customers outside of USA).
Power consumption: 24V ~2 amps, ~50 Watt
Main controller board running Duet3D with Atmel SAM4E8E: 120MHz ARM Cortex-M4