Pulsar is a state-of-the-art high flow plastic pellet extruder. Pulsar was designed with one purpose in mind: 3D Printing of parts of one m³ and more as quickly and as cost-effective as possible. It is able to output as much as 500mm³/s of materials.
Available Q3 2020
Welcome to the Industrial 3D Printing Era
Ultra High Flow
The Pulsar can output up to 500 mm³/s (2.5kg/h). It is our highest output flow solution and one of the fastest portable pellet extruder on the market.
Customized Extrusion Screw
The customized screw design is optimized for 3D printing with high resolution.
Tri-zone Heating Control
The triple heat zone design ensures the polymer is at a constant temperature. The top section receives cold pellets and generates more heat to melt them. Then, the middle zone stabilizes the polymer at a precise temperature. Finally, the nozzle heater ensures an even flow.
Automatic Feeding System
The Pulsar can come with an optional feeding system which detects the pellets level. Pellets can be delivered from a bulk source.
Multiple Nozzle Size
Pulsar can be used with large nozzles from 1.00mm up to 5.00mm.
The spiral heaters are wrapping the whole heated cylinder and ensure uniform temperature all the way through the end of the extrusion.
Melting Zone Sensor
The temperature sensors are placed 0.50mm from the molten polymer. Readings are reliable and accurate.
Tungsten Carbide Nozzle
The ultra wear resistant tungsten carbide nozzle avoid any change in nozzle size and height during large prints with abrasive filaments.
Strong NEMA23 Motor
The Geared NEMA23 motor can handle high flow without a sweat.
Precise Temperature Control
The three PT100 sensors are class A, high precision sensors. The circuit has been designed to use the best resolution between 0°C and 500°C.
The all-metal frame is made from aluminum alloy and is designed to withstand high stresses in tough conditions.
Hot Environment Ready
The Pulsar is ready for any environmental conditions. The water-cooling loop ensures the whole system is at a constant temperature. With an additional heat shield, the Pulsar can handle 200°C environment.
As the screw can’t pull molten plastic, an anti-oozing mechanism ensures nice looking prints without any flaws.
High-Temperature Materials: PEEK, Ultem, PSU
The high-temperature heaters, temperature sensors, and extrusion components enable printing up to 500°C.
700 Watts Heating Power
High flow means high energy. The 700 Watts heating system ensures stable temperature in high-speed 3D printing conditions.
The communication between the main components and the machine is done through a balanced signal, perfect for any 3D printer noisy motors. The daughter board flexible configurations will work with your electronics with few to no firmware modification.
Print any plastics
The Pulsar is able to print every single type of plastic pellets currently manufactured on the market
|Max environment temperature||100||°C|
|Available nozzle sizes for Tungsten Carbide||1.00|