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Mosaic Announcement

April 01, 2021

This past week Mosaic Manufacturing announced their introduction into the 3D printer game as well as their successor to the popular 3D printing accessory the Mosaic Palette.

Array from Mosaic Manufacturing

HIGH THROUGHPUT. LOW COST. NO DOWNTIME.

Using Array’s 4 printers and large build volume, smart print queuing, automated print monitoring and modular design, you can now achieve high machine utilization, low downtime and high throughput 3D printing.

Engineered for an automated, easy-to-manage and seamless experience, implementing Array into your production system means you can spend less time on the maintenance and management of your printers, and more time printing - even when you’re not there.

Array's robotic gantry system changes out materials and print beds to ensure your printers are running around the clock.

By increasing your print capacity, Array ensures a lower cost per part, reduces labour, and guarantees a shorter ROI period than other industrial printing systems.

Each printer within Array is outfitted with Mosaic’s Palette X technology and capable of printing models in up to 8 materials and/or colours. The new CANVAS Array slicer software, specifically designed to work with Array, allows you to:

  • Create a smart print queue, which enables Array to continue printing autonomously for a minimum of 72 hours
  • Seamlessly manage all of your projects, on your own or with the team
  • Designate accesses to members of the team (ie. Owner, Administrator, Operator)
  • Monitor your prints remotely by connecting to webcams within Array

As prints finish, the automated gantry system removes the bed from the printer with the finished part in it, moves it to the storage cart, places a new bed in the printer and CANVAS’ smart queueing then begins the next print. This process continues until your storage cart is filled with finished parts. Once full, an operator replaces the storage cart with a new one containing fresh beds, and Array’s process begins again.

Element & Element HT

Experience a new level of 3D printing potential with Mosaic’s new  multi-material & multicolour 3D printer.

Element expands on what we’ve learned from Palette and integrates it into a seamless workflow - from an idea to reality. A Palette X within Element makes it possible to print up to 8 materials and colours in a single part. By using CANVAS slicer software, Mosaic Material Pods and Materials, Element automates the entire process.

Features and benefits of Element include:

  • 350°C hot-end, 120°C heated bed

  • Modular toolhead, kinematically coupled
  • Integrated purge container with densifier

  • LED print-status indicator incorporated into design
  • Cloud connected to CANVAS slicer software

  • 1-year Manufacturer’s Warranty
  • HIWIN Linear Rails
  • CoreXY Kinematics Systems
  • Trinamic Stepper Drivers

 

Array was built to solve these issues, ensuring high machine uptime, low labour time per print, and an automated project management workflow for large organizations and a large number of users. 



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