The CreatBot F160 3D printer is a new addition to the CreatBot range. Its 160mm x 160mm x 200mm build size makes it a great tool for the classroom or small businesses. For the past decade, CreatBot has been manufacturing printers which they supply to...
The CreatBot F160 3D printer is a new addition to the CreatBot range. Its 160mm x 160mm x 200mm build size makes it a great tool for the classroom or small businesses. For the past decade, CreatBot has been manufacturing printers which they supply to over 20 countries. They are internationally recognised as producing some of the most solid and high-quality 3D desktop printers in the industry.
The CreatBot F160 3D printer has a full closed metal case The CreatBot F160 3D printer has a fully closed metal case creating a stable printing environment, increased working life and superior printing performance.
CreatBot F160 3D printer extruder supporting multiple filaments The quality extruder supports multiple filaments including ABS, PLA, PVA, PETG, HIPS, PA, Nylon, Flexible, PC etc.
Geared motor feeder The geared motor feeder ensures that the filament is fed precisely to prevent the filament from slipping. The filament detection feature will automatically pause the printer when it detects that the filament has run out. It will lower the platform and retract the filament and beep for 20 seconds.
Smart power management module The power management function means if there has been no keyboard action five minutes after printing is completed, then the printer will turn itself off. This makes the printer not only more energy efficient but works as an added safety feature.
Large colour touchscreen The F160 has a 4.3-inch colour touchscreen so you can easily access the menu and control the printer.
Continue to print when a power outage is restored Should a power outage occur, the printer will remember its current position in its data storage. It will lower the platform and retract filament so when the power has been restored, you can continue to print without worrying about the filament overflowing or the model becoming inaccurate.