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Meet the new BCN3D Epsilon: Bringing industrial power to your workbench

November 12, 2019

Meet the new BCN3D Epsilon: Bringing industrial power to your workbench

Designed to enable professionals to innovate further, the new BCN3D Epsilon is their most powerful, dependable and precise 3D printer yet. Its industrial power guarantees unparalleled performance for your workbench or factory floor.


After long research and development, BCN3D is proud to introduce the BCN3D Epsilon, a new generation of 3D printers combining enhanced performance, industrial-grade reliability and full accessibility for a seamless daily operation.

This complete professional 3D printing solution has been developed to enable innovators -from manufacturers to engineers to designers-, to easily create functional parts, prototypes, manufacturing jigs and tools; and so much more, with the highest throughput for maximum efficiency.

A scalable production solution

The BCN3D Epsilon features one of the largest build volumes on the market, with a print volume of 420 x 300 x 400 mm. Print at large scale using water-soluble supports, or fit multiple parts on a build plate, so you can get the dimensions you designed for.

Combining this massive volume with their Independent Dual Extrusion (IDEX) technology, which enables print modes such as Mirror and Duplication, the BCN3D Epsilon turns out to be the perfect tool for cost-effective batch production.

Extending the BCN3D Filaments portfolio

The BCN3D Epsilon has been designed to support the most demanding applications thanks to features such as its full enclosure and passively heated chamber, where the temperature can reach up to 60ºC.

That’s why BCN3D has partnered with renowned chemical companies BASF and Mitsubishi Chemical (MCPP) to develop new references for the BCN3D Filaments portfolio and ensure the readiness of the BCN3D Epsilon to work with them. So as of now, the BCN3D Filaments portfolio includes the following materials: ABS, PP, PET-G, PA, PLA, TPU and PVA.

Many more industrial applications are also within reach thanks to the new Hotend X, made from a special alloy of tool steel. When paired with the BCN3D Epsilon, it enables printing with fiber-filled materials, so you can print stiffer parts, designed to resist the most demanding jobs. A good example of these technical materials are the new PP GF30 (30% of glass fiber) and PAHT CF15 (15% of carbon fiber), developed by BASF in exclusive for the BCN3D Epsilon.

Safety first – always

In order to work with these technical and abrasive materials, safety must be guaranteed. The BCN3D Epsilon includes unparalleled safety features including a HEPA Filter and a Carbon Filter which prevents the release of potentially harmful particles and fumes into the air; ensuring a shielded environment for those around the printer.

The new Safety Pause feature, in its turn, will stop the printing process anytime the enclosure door is opened, so that your experience will always be fully secure through and through.

Full connectivity for a seamless workflow

The BCN3D Epsilon 3D printer is equipped with the latest connectivity features. Easily send your print files from anywhere, with the new BCN3D Cloud service, and do it via wifi for the most hassle-free workflow.
You can also forget about manual firmware upgrades: if you chose to have them, our Over The Air (OTA) updates will make sure that your 3D printer is always up to the minute.

Integrated into the front panel, a responsive multilingual 5’’ touch screen makes operation effortless and informed – you can just swipe through menus and tap options to select them. Detailed information, such as the build plate and nozzle temperatures keeps you up to date about jobs in progress and allows you to take action easily.

Extrusion you can rely on

Like the Sigma and Sigmax 3D printers, the BCN3D Epsilon counts on a high performing extrusion system, using the high-tech Dual Drive Gears by Bondtech and e3D™ hotends. As a result, the BCN3D Epsilon offers a solid and reliable outcome, no matter the material used.

A built-in filament runout sensor intelligently detects the presence of material. To save your print if the filament runs out, the BCN3D Epsilon will automatically pause the printing process and display a message warning about the lack of material.

The BCN3D Epsilon is also compatible with a wide range of hotends: 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 and 1.0 mm; which enhances its versatility and applications, from printing small, delicate details to sturdy, large-scale parts.

Robust and accessible: the perfect tool for your workbench

All of these features are contained by a robust metal frame of simple and clean design, developed to fit right on your workbench and to endure the roughness of your factory floor.

With this 3D printer, strength, powerful technology and world-class reliability are assured. It has been engineered to create complex parts with solid mechanical properties – with it, the possibilities are endless!

The BCN3D Epsilon is designed to perform, so you can focus on what matters most: innovating.

The BCN3D Epsilon is expected to start shipping in December 2019. Make sure to secure your unit by pre-ordering from

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