Leapfrog recently featured their professional grade 3D printer, the Bolt Pro, on their website. As they boast, “the Bolt Pro is an industrial machine, not just an electronics device.”
Developed by Leapfrog for “long-term reliable 3D printing,” the Bolt Pro “is suited for any office or industrial environment.” In fact, this professional grade 3D printer starts at $8,499. Additionally, the Bolt Pro features an advanced FDM 3D print system and utilizes the slicer software Simplify3D.
As Leapfrog expands: “the Bolt Pro 3D Printer is equipped with unique direct drive Independent Dual Extruders. This means both extruders can move independent from each other for clean dual prints. The unique nozzles also give unique benefits like sync- or mirror-mode as well as swappable nozzles for a greater selection of filaments.”
In order for this 3D printer to be appropriate for workplace situations, Leapfrog outfitted it with a HEPA carbon filter: “this means that any negative fumes which might be produced while printing are reduced by 99.9%. Working with multiple persons on one machine also is more controlled and safer by using different user logins with different privilege. And the on-board storage can be integrated with One-Drive and Dropbox for a smooth workflow between different users or departments.
As can probably already be surmised, the Bolt Pro is able to print using materials such as the Leapfrog Maxx Essentials and Leapfrog Maxx Pro lines of 3D printing filament.
Image and Quotes Courtesy of Leapfrog