Ultra-Rigid Desktop 3D Printer Offers Reliability with Over 180,000 Testing Hours Completed

The SAAM (Small Area Additive Manufacturing) is Cincinnati Incorporated's desktop-scale 3D printer. It is suitable for use on any shop floor. SAAM is an ultra-rigid frame and kinematically coupled print plate ensure industry leading precision without the need for regular re-calibration.

SAAM uses the proven all-metal e3d v6 hot end to ensure reliable extrusion. Hardened steel nozzles and extruder hobbs enable printing in materials including carbon fiber, glass fiber, and glow-in-the-dark materials for any material up to 300°C.

Manufacturers can use their favorite slicing engine: SAAM is tested and compatible with Simplify3D, Cura, Slic3r, and more. An integrated on-board computer and webcam enable users to control and monitor printing from a distance.

SAAM has a proven track-record of reliability with testing of over 180,000 hours and over 67,000 parts printed.

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