3d printed at 9,000mm/min with a 4mm nozzle, 1mm road height. The gantry is a Cosine Additive custom unit, with an Ethercat controller and 8ft x 4ft print bed.
I'm sure there is an OSHA violation here somewhere.
First design has a 10% density hexagonal 3d printed octoweb plate. We're considering switching to a waterjet plate for the production units.
Total draw is 90watts with BR30 LED bulbs.
The material used is the strongest thermoplastic yet to be 3d printed. A Polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) combined with 50% carbon fiber by weight. It rings like a bell when struck. Because we're engineers, we like number.