Leapfrog Creatr XL Fully Assembled 3D Printer, 600 x 270 x 230 Maximum Build Dimensions 0.05-mm Maximum Resolution; ABS, Laybrick, Nylon, PLA, and PVA Filament

Leapfrog 3D Printers launches a brand new product: the Creatr XL. Inspired by the popular Creatr 3D printer, the Creatr XL is twice as high, tripling the maximum build height. The build volume of the Creatr XL is an impressive 230x270x600 mm, making the maximum print volume 37.2 liter. This expands the range of applications immensely, meeting the growing need for a large build height by a lot of consumers. Leapfrog 3D Printers’ objective is to make high end techniques affordable and accessible for a wide audience.

Product Features

  • Fabricates parts up to 600 x 270 x 230 mm (H x W x D) in size or 37.2 liters in volume
  • Prints layers up to a maximum resolution of 0.05 mm
  • Fabricates parts using 1.75-mm ABS, laybrick, nylon, PLA, or PVA filament (sold separately)
  • Dual extruders can simultaneously print two colors or materials
  • Heated print bed prevents uneven cooling and warping of printed parts

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  1. Home User Loves To Print Big 3d Things Considered a lot of different 3D Printers. I am just a home user but I want to get into 3d printing in a big way. I read very good reviews on Leapfrog and their different 3d printers. The XL gives me the ability to print about 2 foot vertical and I wasn’t able to find anything else that printed that tall or had as big a width and length. I have had mine for a few months and I have had to perform routine maintenance, learned to level my bed, and I understand a lot now about 3d print files but…

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