SpiderBot Delta 3D Printer

Design Advantages

Delta technology offers component optimization. The three axis, carriages and mobile arm assemblies are strictly identical and interchangeable.

Design simplicity and simplified maintenance.

Design simplicity:

  • The guide rails form the structure.
  • All static parts are made from high-precision laser machined aluminium.
  • Functionality is completely integrated into the aluminium components (sensor supports, pulley supports …).
  • The structure of the printer is composed of just 6 parts.
  • High resistance polycarbonate covers.

Component optimization has allowed cost reductions and offers the opportunity of using the highest quality components available on the market (Igus industrial standard guide mechanisms, Megatronics motherboard, carbon fiber arms, laser cut aluminium chassis, magnets & spheres...) while proposing a competitive sales price.

All motors remain in a fixed position which, in addition to considerably reducing moving masses, greatly simplifies electric cabling and maintenance.

Our Philosophy

Whenever there was a choice between several available techniques, we deliberately chose the one which ensured the greatest level of solidity and performance without seeking the ‘cheap solution’.

We could build a cheaper 3D printer, but it would not meet our standards of quality and performance.

Magnetic Rod-End

The Spiderbot uses a new technology with neodymium magnets that connect to the extrusion head through magnetic force.

Three Spheres System (TSS)

For exact horizontal alignment the extrusion head is supported by a single plate with three spheres connected to the Rod-End magnets.

Delta Technology

With Delta technology, three axis move simultaneously, complementing each others movements and combining motor torque.

Design Advantages

Component optimization has allowed for cost reductions and a selection of high quality components.