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SynDaver launches Axi2 3D printer


February 16, 2021
By PrintAction Staff

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SynDaver, a bio-technology company that manufactures synthetic humans and animals for surgical education and medical device testing, has announced the launch of its second 3D printer, the SynDaver Axi2. It is the first of several 3D printers the company plans to release this year.

The Axi2 builds on SynDaver’s first 3D printer, with the addition of WiFi, adjustable stage lighting and a rail-stabilized motion system to deliver dimensionally accurate and aesthetically pleasing prints.

The printer also includes a colour touch screen, large build volume, high performance toolhead, direct drive extruder and heated BL Touch automatic 25-point mesh bed leveling system to enable edge-to-edge printing. The magnetic, powder-coated PEI build plate allows prints to be easily removed and a run-out sensor detects when there is no more filament. The system pauses the print so the filament can be replaced.

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The company is also launching a “trade up” program with the Axi2, which allows anyone who purchases a SynDaver 3D printer to trade it in to receive a credit toward a purchase of other SynDaver printers.

The Axi2 is now available for a list price of $1,995.