DeltaWASP 40 70 WASP

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Basic specs Price: $ 6,050
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Model DeltaWASP 40 70
Manufacturer WASP (see all products)
Category Desktop
Topic Large format 3D printing (see all articles)
Technology Extrusion (FFF, FDM...)
Material PLA, Other plastics, ABS
Max. build size 400 × 400 × 700 mm
Release date
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WASP DeltaWASP 40 70 review

The WASP DeltaWASP 40 70 is a professional delta 3D printer made by WASP, a manufacturer based in Italy. This model was recently replaced by a new model based on the same frame, called the DELTA TURBO 4070.

The WASP DeltaWASP 40 70 is based on a delta architecture. This 3D printer includes a heated print bed and a closed frame for 3D printing ABS and PLA.

In option (650 Euros) the WASP DeltaWASP 40 70 extruder can be replaced by a LDM (Liquid Deposit Modeling) WASP Extruder, perfect for extruding clay, porcelain or ceramics.

 
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DeltaWASP 40 70 WASP

General

Model DeltaWASP 40 70
Manufacturer WASP
Metascore
Price $ 6,050
Release date
Country
Status Available
Category Desktop
Technology Extrusion (FFF, FDM...)
Material PLA, Other plastics, ABS
Filament diameter 1.75 mm
OS compatibility Mac OS, Microsoft Windows, Linux
Generic material Yes

Performance

XY accuracy 0.012 mm
Max. build size 400 × 400 × 700 mm
Max. build volume 112.00 L
Max. print speed 300 mm/s
Min. layer thickness 0.05 mm

Hardware

Dimensions 850 × 770 × 1990 mm
Weight 80 kg
Nozzle diameter(s) 0.4 mm
Power input 450W @ 120-240V 50-60Hz AC

Features

Heated print bed Yes
Heated build chamber
Automatic calibration
Closed frame Yes
Dual extruder
Independent Dual Extruder
Full color
LCD screen Yes
Touchscreen
On-board camera
Mobile app
3D scanners
CNC mill
Electronics 3D printing
Laser engraving
Conveyor belt
Air filter
Pellet extruder

Connectivity

USB Yes
Wifi
Bluetooth
SD card Yes
Ethernet
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