Fusion3 Introduces New F410 3D Printer

Fusion3 F410

In 2016, Fusion3 introduced its F400 3D printer, a reliable, fast and affordable desktop 3D printer that further enhanced its popularity when it adopted an open materials system later in the year. Now Fusion3 has followed the F400 up with a brand new professional 3D printer, the F410, which improves upon the already impressive qualities of its predecessor while remaining at an affordable price of $4,599.

“The new Fusion3 F410 delivers on our mission to provide customers with an affordable, high-performance alternative to expensive, industrial 3D printers that cost $20,000 to $100,000,” said Chris Padgett, Fusion3 CEO. “The F410 prints large, quality parts at fast speeds and incorporates new technologies for even greater performance, flexibility for different print scenarios, and ease of use.”

Like the F400, the F410 maintains both speed and quality through the company’s F-Series platform, and keeps the original’s enclosed print area with a large build volume of 14″ x 14″ 12.4″. It allows customers to print with a wide range of materials, including PLA, ABS, ASA, carbon fiber filled, fiberglass filled, flexible, nylons, PET/PETG, polycarbonate, and more. Each month, customers are provided with updated configuration files to use with the bundled Simplify3D Creator slicer software so that certified materials print successfully out of the box.

The F410 is even quieter than its predecessor and offers an optional external air filter system which attaches to the printer’s exhaust and captures potentially harmful emissions. It’s a durable 3D printer designed to be used intensively 24/7, and comes with a two-year warranty.

In terms of new features, the F410 offers the option of three interchangeable tool heads – .4, .6 and .8 mm – each based on the E3D Volcano and incorporating hardened steel nozzles. Customers can use these tool heads to print engineering-grade materials at different speeds and quality settings optimized for the customer’s needs.

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