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  • BCN3D

    BCN3D Tecnologies is a manufacturer of 3D FDM printers with an independent double extruder system, which makes it possible to manufacture parts of greater geometric complexity and with greater speed. BCN3D 3D printers are compatible with all conventional materials on the market and with most industrial materials.

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    BCN3D: Experience and innovation

    BCN3D Technologies was created in 2012 as a division of the CIM center of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. In 2017, it launched the BCN3D Sigma R17 printer, with an independent double extruder system (IDEX), and at the end of that same year the BCN3D Sigmax R17 was released, with twice the printing area.
    BCN3D products have a high level of quality and design, taking care of even the smallest details, such as the appearance of the printers.

    BCN3D Sigma and Sigmax

    Its BCN Sigma and BCN Sigmax 3D printers have a Bowden extrusion system (2.85 mm) and stand out for their advanced extrusion system (IDEX). In the R19 version, both models add the powerful E3D-Online double pinion (BondTech), HotEnd v6 extrusion system with its v6 brass nozzle.

    The BCN Sigma, 3D printer, due to its size, is ideal for technical offices, architectural studios or similar applications where rapid prototyping of small parts is required. The Sigmax,  model, thanks to its double printing area, fits perfectly to workplaces where large volume parts need to be manufactured in short time.

    Compatible materials

    With the BCN Sigma and BCN Sigmax 3D printers the use of 100% of the printing volume is guaranteed with PLA, PETG, TPUPVA and special PLA filaments.

    Thanks to the temperatures reached by these 3D printers, other materials such as ABS, NylonsCopolyesters and many more can be printed, but always using the (extra) casing that protects against drafts and keeps the temperature inside stable to avoid minimally stable warping effect It should be borne in mind that having a housing is not synonymous with a temperature-controlled chamber, it is practically impossible to print large parts with advanced materials prone to deformation due to temperature changes during manufacturing.