bq Witbox Go!
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Product information & technical details
|Product types:||3D Printers|
|Printing Technology:||FFF - FDM - LPD|
|Supported operating systems:||Windows (7+), Linux (Ubuntu 12.04+)|
|Number of extruders:||Single|
|Filament Diameter:||1,75 mm|
|Building platform :||140 x 140 x 140 mm|
|Printing Materials:||PLA Filaments|
Quality printing is child's play.
The device is so easy to use that you can print the first 3D models within minutes of setting up your 3D printer.
The specially developed software "Zetup" sets most of the processes automatically. Thus the 3D printer requires almost no setting up which means that the Witbox Go! is ready for action within mere minutes. The printer can be geared with a PC (Windows and Linux) or via an Android App.
The Witbox Go! is the first 3D printer with an Android operating system with which you can start and control your printing with your smartphone.
Due to its minimalist design and low noise level, the Witbox Go! is perfect for home or office use.
- Android M operating system
- Qualcomm® Snapdragon ™ 410 CPU
The device has a dimension of 300 x 250 x 480 mm and a print volume of 140 x 140 x 140 mm.
The resolution can be set between high, medium and low.
The DDG extruder has an all-metal hot-end and the methacrylate building panel is attached with magnets. No further adhesives such as sprays or adhesive tapes are necessary.
The Witbox Go! has a large number of sensors which enable the following functions:
- Filament sensor: detects the end of the filament
- Sensor for nozzle blockage
- Print bed sensor
- Noise reduction LED
The device automatically detects the filament using NFC. In the Witbox Go! WLAN is integrated for easy "Over-The-Air software updates.
- Witbox Go! 3D printer
- 300 g spool of 1.75 mm PLA
- Print bed
- EU to USA plug adapter
- USB to micro USB cable
- Printed test piece
- Quick guide & warranty.
Only the 300g filaments by bq car compatible with the original filament holder.
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Did you know?
The first industrial 3D printer was first manufactured in the 80s when the first CAD programmes first appeared on the market.