3D Printers & AM System

GRR X500 Pro

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) | Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

Production Grade FFF Printers from German Reprap, these printers are build to perform in 24 x 7 Production Environment to produce the best in class output. With the capability of production with third party filaments, these printers offer a higher degree of ROI and compete with the best production printers in its class.

The x500 is a large-volume 3D printer loaded with all new features necessary for professional use. Print intricate models up to 500 x 400 x 450 mm in size with a layer height of down to 20 microns with engineering grade materials!
The x500 pro has been optimized and tested for high precision and accuracy 3D printing in industrial settings. After initial installation and commissioning of the X500 pro, a baseline mechanical accuracy of +/- 0.0015 mm/mm can be expected on printed parts every time.
The x500 pro is utilized by engineers and materials developers at some of the largest plastics and polymer companies in the world. This is because the x500 pro is open material 3D printing platform - this means that you have full control of all print parameters and no lockouts to prevent you from working with new materials. Unlike most 3D printers on the market, the x500 pro comes factory equipped with hot temperature hot ends, a heated build plate and a heated chamber for even the most tricky materials like PEKK, PEI, PC, and PEEK. Whether you want to test out the latest filament from a promising startup or test a proprietary material blend, the x500 pro is up to the task!

GRR X500 Pro Parameter
Extruders: DD4 dual extruder with dual lift extruder system (water-cooled)
Extruder Temp (Max): 400C / 752F
Resolution (max): 20 microns (0.02mm)
Accuracy: +/- 0.0015 mm/mm
Heated Bed: Ceramic Plate (removable)
Heated Bed Temp (max): 125C / 248F
Heated Chamber: Actively Heated
Heated Chamber Temp (max): 80C / 176F
Build Volume: 500 x 400 x 450mm
Nozzles: 0.25 mm, 0.4 mm (std), 0.05mm, 0.6 mm, 0.8 mm *Available in Brass or Hardened Steel
Speed (max) : 150 mm/s
Materials: Open-Material Configuration, including PEKK-CF, PEI, Nylon (PA), PA-CF, PA-GF, Metal-Fill, ABS, PLA, PVA, PET, HiPS, TPU, Carbon20, Dupont Zytel (Nylon), DuPont Hytrel (Flexible), BASF Ultra fuse (Metal)
Voltage: 230V European Standard, Schuko (110V Transformer available)
Power: 4400W max
External dimensions: :(W/D/H) 1120 x 850 x 955 mm
Weight : 375 lbs


The main driver in 3D printing for vehicles is not printing the entire vehicle, but a move to 3D printing tooling and end-use parts. According to SmarTech, prototyping has only penetrated automotive prototyping by 15% to 20%. Ford, for example, has been 3D printing prototypes for over 20 years to decrease design time.

Research & Development

Research & Development is a very crucial part of many industries as well as markets, it has its own benefits. Manufacturers and firms need to ensure that their products constantly evolve and meet the ongoing trends, changing market demands, challenging competition, varying consumer requirements and at the same time be cost efficient.


3D printing is used to produce detailed architecture models. Rather than relying on the past methods for creating models of buildings, it’s possible to convert standard CAD models used to design structures into 3D-printable files.


Education now finds a real meaning with the engineering practice and occupational skills training designed to build platform for innovative and efficient design. The process now provides student with the space for stimulating new originality and innovation, the design tools for transformation of concept sketch or real objects to 3D digital model, hardware support for getting 3D data from products, the intelligent manufacturing system that creates physical model from digital model quickly, and the manufacturing support for realizing small batch production of products.

General Engineering

When engineering challenging designs, 3D printing let’s you try new prototypes, address problems and find solutions as you go, all in a matter of hours. It also allows you to work with complex internal structures and geometries, something traditional methods just can’t offer.


Perhaps the most immediate and life-affirming industries currently benefiting from 3D printing are the medical industries. The most common application may be the use of a patient’s medical imaging data, such as a CT scan, to create a 3D-printed medical model.


From making prototypes to making complete games, today miraculous things are being done with 3D Printing. Gaming and 3D printing come together in a variety of ways, from the creation of board game and tabletop RPG pieces to a myriad of video game-focused projects, including a video game-inspired prosthetic arm as well as a prosthetic hand with its own onboard video game.


The aerospace industry is one of the main markets for 3D Printing or Additive Manufacturing. This sector has a long history of early adopters, manufacturers find their needs being fulfilled. Environmental performance restrictions, competitive market conditions and high manufacturing cost are just some of the challenges that aerospace faces today.

Batch Manufacturing in Aerospace

Hot Process - No residual stress,No heat treatment. Excellent Material Properties - Controlled microstructure, Better than cast, Compliant with applicable standards. Cost-Efficient Production - High productivity, Material recycling, Competitive powder cost.

Batch Manufacturing in Medical

Excellent Material Properties - Controlled microstructure, Better than cast, Compliant with applicable industry standards, Cost-Efficient Production, High productivity and Material recycling

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