SHENZHEN, China, Aug. 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — It is well known that most consumer FDM 3D printers print very slowly. Even a simple model can take hours to complete. In 2022, however, things will look different. High-speed 3D printers are about to hit the market. Starting in early September, Geetech will launch a new high-speed 3D printer called THUNDER on Kickstarter for early risers. Thunder comes with fast printing speed, an all-metal body, a super-strong cooling system, and a large print volume.
Geetech releases a new 3D printer THUNDER with print speeds up to 300mm/s
From 2020, after 2 years of engineering, Geetech has acquired a mature technology that enables THUNDER to print at high speed without compromising on quality. According to reliable sources from Geetech, the Thunder’s print speed can reach 300mm/s, with an acceleration of 5000mm/s for the X-axis and 4000mm/s for the Y-axis. With the same model and the same print quality, users can save 30% to 70% of printing time depending on the complexity of the model.
Watch the video about the Geetech Thunder Bench Printing Test
Geetech introduced dual drive gear extruder, high power heating module and large volume nozzle for extrusion, and 5 fans for hotend and model cooling. From filament melting to extrusion and cooling, Thunder performs better than traditional FDM 3D printers. Thunder’s high-speed 3D printing cannot be achieved without an efficient extrusion system and a robust cooling system, while the all-metal body with dual Z-axis design ensures the stability of the machine when printing and working at high speeds.
Thunder offers a print volume of 250 x 250 x 260 mm and has 5 different print modes for different printing needs. It also supports other features like interrupt resume, password protection, etc. Geetech will launch a Kickstarter project for the Thunder in early September, with early bird pricing starting at $399. Geetech is running a subscription and giveaway promotion for Thunder on its official website. If customers are interested in learning more about Thunder, check out the details here: