Modix 3D Printers

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Modix 3D printers, large-format professional kits at reasonable prices.

Modix 3D printers are large-bed modular devices developed by the Tel-Aviv-based Modix manufacturer. Born in 2014, the company first launched the Agam 3D printer series, FDM 3D printing devices still in use in some educational and service centers. In 2016, they moved to the large-scale 3D printing world developing their first large-format 3D printer prototype, the Modix Tango. Since then, the company has been committed to delivering high-quality FDM machines with massive build volumes and professional-grade components worldwide.

If you are seeking a large-format professional device to print big, Modix surely has the printer for you. With the Big60 and Big120, sizes will be no more a problem. You will be able to produce real-scale big parts in one go.


Modix 3D printers

The Israeli manufacturer supplies two large-bed low-cost printer kits, the Big60 and the Big120. Both models constantly benefit from ongoing upgrades and enhancements.

Modix Big60 has a great build volume of 610 x 610 x 610 mm, while the Modix Big120 boasts a doubled print area of 1,200 x  610 x 610 mm. Both devices are equipped with a variety of thoughtful features, including filament run-out detection. Simple-to-assemble, these modular printers have been designed to be expandable and hackable. This means you can quickly and easily mod them installing a series of compatible add-ons, such as a dual-print head, an enclosure, an on-board camera, or a Wi-Fi module.


Premium components

Backed by a lot of positive reviews, Modix large-scale 3D printer kits are composed of professional-grade reliable components. From the aluminum structural elements to the Volcano hot-ends and robust motion systems, Modix machines only adopt high-quality equipment for optimal printing results and durability.

Their heavy-duty structure makes for great stability, reliability and consistency over time.


Software and filaments

Modix kits come with the open-source Marlin firmware, which allows constant upgrades and mods. It makes it compatible with the most common 3D printing slicers, including Cura, Printerface, Slic3r, and Simplify3D. In case of need, you can find a variety of preset printing profiles on the company website.

Modix 3D printers also feature an open-material system, which makes them capable of printing with almost any commercial filament available, such as PLA and PLA-composites, PHA, PVA , Hips, Nylon, TPE, TPU, Co-Polyester, and PETG.


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