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New Generations in Printer Series

BCN3D has announced the next generations in its 3D printing product line: the Epsilon W27, the Smart Cabinet and the Sigma D25. At the height of the global coronavirus pandemic BCN3D succeeded in securing a funding round led by industrial Group Mondragon, Centre for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI) and Danobatgroug. The 2.8 million euros will allow the Spanish manufacturer to continue to innovate and expand its range of 3D printers.

The Epsilon Series is designed for the seamless daily operation of applications such as low volume production, functional end-use parts and manufacturing aids in the workbench segment.

The flagship model, Epsilon, is now renamed as Epsilon W50 and is joined by the new Epsilon W27, providing the same functionality but with a smaller build volume (50 liters vs. 27 liters) and competitive pricing, according to the company.

"The new Smart Cabinet completes the Epsilon ecosystem, offering seamless integration with the BCN3D Epsilon printer and boosting its performance," said a company spokesperson. "Its filament humidity control keeps materials in optimal condition, and an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) protects the print job at all times, eliminating the risk of losing a print job due to power outages."

The Sigma Series now consists of the Sigma D25, the next generation of the Sigmax R19, replacing the Sigma and Sigmax 3D printers.

"Known for the IDEX (Independent Dual Extruder) system, unique to BCN3D desktop 3D printing technology, and large build volume, the Sigma D25 takes up the mantle of the Sigma series while offering improved functionality," said the spokesperson. "Re-engineered with state-of-the-art features, the new Sigma D25 provides full accessibility for easy workflow. Developments include enhanced heat distribution, a refined calibration process, new embedded electronics, a refined extrusion system and reinforced axes. It is engineered to provide maximum productivity for applications such as design prototypes, functional prototypes and for educational and research purposes."

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