Can you tell me voltage requirements and appox output, I.E. eight inch cube in how many hours?
The printer has a 650 PC power supply, only 25 watts are used for the computer, the rest is used by the printer.
It will work from 110 or 220 vac, 50/60 hertz.
Our printer is currently printing at 25-50 mm per second with great results, there are faster printers, but they come
at a cost of final finish quality. Only you can decide what you need, we reccommend you skype in with us and make
a part, then you will know our printer, and if it is the right one for you.
When printing large parts, there is a fill setting in the slicer that creates the Gcode that drives the printer.
We usually use a 25 or 35 percent fill setting, so a cube 8x8x8 would take several days to print, this is true on all printers.
The system 30 is currently running 8 weeks lead time, the demand is quite high and we are still ramping up production.
You can place an order at anytime, and we have a November special that is 3995+ shipping, which includes the System 30 with
2 print heads, you can mix and match them to suite your needs, ( we have 2 different style heads at the moment,
One is for printing Plastic, and the other is able to print the extrudable materials, such as Clay, plasticine, playdough,
silicone, and almost any paste type material.)
We do not have any samples of parts that have been made with support material at this time.
It is our policy to only sell a printer after we have talked to the customer about their application, the reason for this is
that 3d printing is still quite new to the world and many people have the wrong Idea on what a printer can do and what
it takes to make a good part.
We have no interest in selling printers to people only to have them find out it will not work for them,
Our mission is to make, and sell print systems to people that will use them and find great satisfaction in being our customer.
We have 1 hour skype sessions that we do 1 on 1 and during that session we use
team viewer in concert with skype and allow you to go through the entire design to print process, you actually control
the printer from your computer during this session.
If you have a strong interest, then please contact us to set up a skype session.
Karl/ Team Hyrel
Hot on the heels of being able to 3D print with the amazing, self-setting rubber, Sugru, HYREL 3D does it again!
The HYREL 3D Printer enables you to 3D print duplicate models on the same HYREL 3D printer simultaneously!
Here’s the new YouTube Video:
This pushes the edge of 3D printing into the production worthy arenas, something sought after by all of the professional, industrial, commercial, and personal markets.
With up to four heads, the HYREL 3D Printer can 3D print 4 (four) duplicate models in ABS / PLA with the Mk1 Extruders, and up to 2 (two) duplicate models with the EMO-25 (clay, plasticine, Play-Doh, etc.)
This ability to simultaneously 3D print duplicate models on the same HYREL 3D Printer is available on all HYREL 3D Printers. It is also compatible with most materials including, but not limited to: Sugru, Clay, Play-Doh, ABS, PLA, and more!
If you have any questions about this or anything else HYREL 3D, please reach out and contact us!
We are excited to announce we have a new material to add to our growing collection of 3D printable materials! Sugru, an extremely versitile self-setting Rubber, has been successfully 3D printed with the HYREL Emulsifiable Extruder (EMO-25)! We are the … Continue reading
On June 4th, 2013, we debuted a new extruder to the world. The HYREL Emulsifiable Extruder (EMO-25) debuted as the EMO1, and we demonstrated the ability to 3D print with an Air-Dry Clay, Plasticine, Play-Doh, and Silicone RTV. Here are … Continue reading
You read that right! We have a working, Clay Extruder! The first two pics are of the “vase” print being made with clay. The other pics are of the cylinders we were able to 3D print. We wanted to show … Continue reading
Dear HYREL 3D Supporters, We are within 24 hours from the opening of the one of the greatest shows on earth, the 2013 Bay Area Maker Faire! If you received our previous newsletter, there are a couple of edits and clarifications which need to be communicated. First, we will be showcasing the HYREL 3D Printer Engines, along with a couple of surprises. Second, the Bay Area Maker Faire has changed our booth number from 3609 to 117. If you can make it, come and say hello! We’d love to see you there and spend time with you. Here’s the link to all of the details for this show, happening this Saturday & Sunday, May 18-19th at the San Mateo Fairgrounds: http://makerfaire2013.eventbrite.com/# We hope to see you there! Best Regards, Daniel Hutchison HYREL LLC www.hyrel3d.com email@example.com (404)-914-1748 (shop phone) Skype: hy.rel … Continue reading
Taking one small breather to see how far we’ve come… While we are working on the smaller details of the HYREL 3D Printers, I’m taking a moment to show some higher-res pictures of the Engine. As you will see in … Continue reading
Think you can design a better logo for HYREL & the Hydra? Now, you’ve got the chance! Starting from December 21st, 2012 to December 28th, 2012, we will be accepting designs for a better logo for the HYREL logo (shown … Continue reading
While the others were out, I went around the shop taking some pictures of some of the parts we’ve been working on state-side and some of the parts Karl returned with from China. Although I can’t show everything just yet, … Continue reading