The Crane Dual 3D Printer
Those who are starting to master their first single-extruding 3D printer will really enjoy the Crane Dual and the capabilities that come with dual-extruding 3D printer. Features, offered at a very competitive price point, makes Crane Dual the perfect 3D printer to advance your skills further.
Those who value features will be happy with the Crane Dual. Featuring a dual extruder, this version of the Crane is direct drive, which means not only printing with two different material types or colors is possible, but you can also print with flexible materials.
Those familiar with 3D printing know that a mixing dual extruder is a big deal as many other dual set ups are independent. And while that's a big step up from single extruding 3D printers, the mixing ability of the Crane means being able to merge filament properties. More seamless transitions between filament types means stronger prints and greater usability with the end product.
WHY IS A MIXING DUAL COMPOUND EXTRUDER A BIG DEAL?
Here is a sample of what the Crane Dual can do:
PRINT TWO COLORS INDEPENDENTLY
MIX FILAMENT COLORS & TYPES
HAVE SEPARATE PRINT & SUPPORT MATERIAL
HAVE SEPARATE INFILL & WALL MATERIAL
DO GRADIENT PRINTS
Filament is not included. Please add to cart separately when needed.
This will come with 2 spool holders.
If you own a Crane Dual and want to upgrade it to the Crane Quad, all you will need is the Quadfusion printhead, and the Duet Maestro breakout board, both sold separately.
Best For: Households & Enthusiasts
Build Volume: 9" x 9" x 9.8"
Printer Size: 15" x 19" x 17"
Printer Weight: 18.73lbs (8.5kg)
Resolution: 25-500 microns
Nozzle: 0.35mm, stainless steel
Speed: Up to 80mm/s
Max. Extruder Temp: 270°C
Extruder Type: Dual, double-filament
Software: Open Source
Supported Files: .STL, G-CODE
Standalone Mode: ✔
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