WASP has built a strong presence in the additive manufacturing market in Italy. With a diverse range of 3D Printers, the manufacturer keeps evolving in order to offer the market the best experience possible in 3D Printing.

The Delta WASP 2040 is certainly one of the most known 3D Printers of the Italian Company. This is certainly because the Delta WASP 2040 comes with a bigger mission: the manufacturing of the BIG Delta 12M, a 3D printer that would be according to the founder, the world’s largest 3D Printer. Simply put, every time someone buys the Delta WASP 2040, this purchase helps to contribute to this project.

The new features of the PRO version

The new 3D Printer can print thermoplastic materials and clay. High speed printing, reliability, high quality, together with versatility and the increasing ease of use are key features where the manufacturer leverages new capabilities.

The new printer is configured with the SPITFIRE EXTRUDER, an extruder for fast and high quality prints. It can mount also the LDM WASP EXTRUDER, an extruder for ceramic materials. It is made of aluminum and PMMA and it has rigid steel-core belts.

It features an autocalibration system and a machined printing surface that guarantees the best performances over time. The filament driver is suspended,this results in a much lighter payload hence faster movements. Also, like all the WASP printers, the Delta WASP 2040 PRO supports the RESURRECTION SYSTEM, that automatically resumes interrupted printing in the event of accidental shutdown or sudden power failure. Also, the FREE Z-SYSTEM allows you to resume the print at a specified height.

Positioned in a medium price range, it is also the ideal 3D printer for schools.

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Susanne is a writer by profession and a technology Geek. She loves to explore innovations in technology - especially those relaed to 3D printing.