Agile acquires iPro 9000XL SLA 3D printer

Wednesday May 04, 2016
Written by Manufacturing AUTOMATION
May 4, 2016 - Agile Manufacturing, a Canadian provider of 3D printing and rapid manufacturing solutions, has acquired an iPro 9000XL Stereolithography (SLA) production 3D printer. According to the company, this XL is one of only two in North America dedicated to running parts for the public, and the “largest operating 3D printer in the Americas.”

The iPro 9000XL has a part build capacity of 59 in. x 30 in. x 22 in., and builds ABS plastic-like parts with “exceptional accuracy, surface smoothness and feature resolution,” says the company.

“With the increasing demand for production parts as well as very large prototypes, the addition of the XL to our fleet of production systems will help Agile offer the largest part 3D Printing solutions and shortest lead-times to our clients,” says Richard Smeenk, Agile president.

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