Delta bed colored graphic credit to 626Pilot from SeeMeCNC forum.
The ORION™ Delta 3D Printer is an exciting and attractive new 3D printer from the folks at SeeMe CNC that’s designed to print ABS, PLA, and other materials from the very beginning. There’s no need to refine or do anything to your printer – so you really have a ton more options for material than you usually do with an unmodified 3D printer.
There’s also an up-front LCD panel so you can see your printing status and an on-board SD card to store up to 4GB of files. The printer runs with high speed positioning (up to 300mm/s) with high precision at 50 micron accuracy.
Overall Printer Size: 14″ Diameter 24″ tall
Overall Printer Weight: 18 Pounds
Power Requirements: 100-240 AC (Selectable on power supply input)
Maximum Printable X/Y Area: 6″ Diameter (150mm)
Maximum Printable Square Size: 4 1/8″” (106mm)
Maximum Printable Z Height: 9 1/4″ (235mm)
Max X/Y Resolution: .1mm
Max Z Resolution: .0125mm
Avg. Print Speed: 30-60mm/s
Max Movement Speed: 300mm/s
Max Hotend Temperature: 245c
Max Heated Bed Temperature: 120c
Part Cooling Fan Included (G Code Controlled)
For technical support with your ORION™ Delta 3D Printer visit the SeeMeCNC forums or email directly [email protected]. For replacement parts or warranty assistance email [email protected].
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