The Delta WASP 4070 Industrial and Industrial 4.0 are FDM professional 3D printers. Entirely made of metal, they ship fully assembled into a wooden box. The 4070 Industrial series employs temperature-resistant steel cored belts. With a massive build volume of Ø 400 x 700 mm and a closed chamber with thermo-acoustic insulation, these delta-style 3D printers let you print large parts made of technical filaments in one go.
Both WASP 4070 Industrial and Industrial 4.0 include an auto-calibration system, an open-door security sensor, and an end-of-the-filament detector. The useful resurrection system lets you save your print data and resume your job in case of a power outage. When the print recovery is not available, the additional Free Zeta System lets you pre-set a specific height where to start the print. The 4070 Industrial series supports three configurable extruders, which make it highly adaptable. You can choose between the fast Spitfire Red extruder with LT cartridge and 0.7mm nozzle, the Zen double extruder for multi-material prints (0.4 mm, 0.7 mm, 1.2 mm), and the Flex direct-driven extruder for printing with flexible filaments (up to shore 50A).
Unlike the standard WASP 4070 Industrial, the 4.0 version also features a “hot and cold” build chamber, a Wi-Fi module for remote control and an on-board camera for real-time monitoring of your print jobs. In case of problems, it provides on-screen troubleshooting video tutorials and remote intervention by WASP technicians. The Delta WASP 4070 Industrial series is successfully used in prototyping and small-scale manufacturing. Read the complete review for additional details.
For example, the CREATE Group (University of Southern Denmark) and Wasp Hub Denmark used it for the creation of H.O.R.T.U.S. XL Astaxathin.g, the world's first 3D printed biodigital living sculpture.
The sculpture is composed of 3D printed 46mm triangular units and 18.5cm hexagonal blocks. It has been designed by ecoLogicStudio and has been featured in the exhibition “Le Fabrique du Vivant” at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
The Delta WASP 4070 Industrial and Industrial 4.0 are FDM professional 3D printers that can print layers at 100 microns. The surface finish is not as smooth as you get with the more expensive printers, but is more than enough for rapid prototyping and large-format 3D printing. The print head reaches a maximum speed of 150 mm/s.
The Delta WASP 4070 Industrial and Industrial 4.0 support three different nozzle sizes (0.4, 0.7 and 1.2 mm). They come stock with a 0.4mm nozzle.
These delta-type 3D printers are characterized by high print speed. They are equipped with stepper motors and nylon wheels, which run on steel cored high-temperature resistant belts. Since there is minimal vibration of the print bed, the print quality is high.
Delta WASP 4070 Industrial and Industrial 4.0 print with ASA, PLA, ABS, Flex, HIPS, PETG, TPU, Polypropylene, ABS+PC, PVA, PA carbon, and other materials.
The Suspended Bowden extruder comes with a fan for printing with PLA-type materials. By cooling the model down, it reduces warping, stringing and, generally, makes for higher quality prints.
The extruder has a maximum working temperature of 662 °F (350 °C), which means it can print high-temperature materials like PEEK, ABS/PC, PEI, carbon fiber and glass fiber.
The Delta WASP 4070 Industrial series has both a heated print bed (120°C) and a hot chamber. The closed-box structure prevents warping and stringing issues caused by temperature fluctuations, making for higher accuracy and reliability. The hot and cold technology lets you heat the chamber up to 80°C while cooling down the mechanics for higher efficiency and durability when printing with technical filaments.
Depending on the extruder kit, the Delta WASP 4070 Industrial printers can print with both 2.85 and 1.75 mm filaments, providing you with a wide choice of materials. In particular, they support 1.75mm filaments when using the Spitfire or Zen extruders and 2.85mm filaments when using the Flex kit.
The build area is Ø 15.7 x 27.6 inches (Ø 400 x 700 mm). Larger models can be printed in parts and then assembled using acetone (for ABS) or glue (for PLA).
The printers can be controlled via a paired computer or the built-in TFT touch screen.
3D models can be printed from a computer via an SD card or over Wi-Fi (Industrial 4.0). The Delta WASP Industrial 4.0 includes a live camera for real-time monitoring. An emergency power off (EPO) lets you safely shut off the printers in case of need.
The printer software features the Octoprint interface. It supports STL, OBJ, and Gcode file types. It is compatible with the most popular 3D slicing software, including Cura, Slic3r and Simplify 3D. The integrated software runs both on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
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Delta WASP 4070 Industrial series is available in a black and grey color palette. Its stylish look makes it ideal for professional use.
The printers dimensions are 33.5 x 30.3 x 76.8 inches (850 x 770 x 1950 mm). They weigh 198 lb (90 kg). The spool holder is mounted inside.
The price of the Delta WASP 4070 Industrial is $0.00 USD. The price of the Delta WASP 4070 Industrial 4.0 is $0.00 USD. Their cost is reasonable considering their functionality and powerful technology.