Features And Benefits

The CubePro 3D printer prints the model by pulling material from the cartridge through the print jets via the delivery tubes. The material is then jetted through the print jet in a thin string of molten material. The print jet movement is coordinated by the print plate, which lowers incrementally after each layer is deposited so a new layer can be drawn on top of the last, building the part up.

CubePro 3D Printer Properties

  • Plastic Jet Printing (PJP) technology
  • Houses up to three print jets for multi-color and multi-material prints
  • Choice between ABS and PLA plastic, both recyclable
  • Prints objects up to 275 x 265 x 230 mm (10.75”x10.5”x9.05”)
  • Smart Insta Load print cartridge
  • Fully automated supports: peel off supports for ABS and PLA. PLA supports can also be removed using an Ultrasonic Support Removal Tank available at http://3dsystems.com/shop/cubepro/supplies.

Print Materials

By default, the CubePro can print PLA and ABS print material. Each material has unique benefits and you can guide your selection based on the properties your part requires.

  • This is a hard plastic that has a low environmental impact. It is derived from renewable, starch-based resources.
  • We recommend using PLA when printing extra-large parts on CubePro as it is a more stable print material.
  • PLA is the optimal support material for industrial ABS parts. PLA has the ability to dissolve away in caustic soda solutions supported by an ultra-sonic tank.
  • This is a well-known plastic known for its strength and industrial properties.
  • As a build material, ABS is good for both small and large parts.
  • ABS works well as a support material for extra-large PLA parts.
  • Infinity Rinse-Away is a water soluble material that allows you to print your part with rinse-away supports.
  • Compatible with PLA and nylon.
  • Print complex parts with intricate patterns and suspension in space.
  • Nylon is a strong, flexible and durable material that prints detailed parts.
  • Excellent material for prototyping, small-run manufacturing and parts requiring secondary operations.
  • INF is the optimal support material for nylon parts.