With a build volume of up to 610L, the XceL 3D Printer from Leapfrog can create life-size prints with high levels of precision. Designed for prototyping and production purposes, it features a single extruder nozzle, although a second optional extruder is available if a dual extrusion system is needed. When equipped with one extruder, the XceL can create objects with a build volume of up to 21.2 x 20.5 x 91.3". With two extruders, its build slightly decreases to 20.1 x 20.5 x 91.3". However, using two extruders allows for the use of two colors or types of filament in one print.
Leapfrog has fitted the XceL with a 1mm nozzle, which will print layer resolutions from 100 to 600 microns. However, when fitted with an optional 0.35mm nozzle, it can print down to 10 microns. Printing is done using 1.75mm PLA filaments, such as Leapfrog Maxx Essentials and Maxx Pro. The XceL is equipped with a closed print chamber, a heated granite composite bed with PerfectLevel automatic Z-axis leveling, an automatic loading function with filament detection, and a color LCD touchscreen. Users may print their compatible .gcode files via Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity. Included is a power cord, and protection is provided by a limited 1-year warranty.
Smart 3D Printed Objects
3D Printer Software
With this software, you can monitor your 3D printed object and see in one glance how much filament remains, determine how much time is left, and pause or resume your print via Wi-Fi. Accessing g.code from one machine and moving it to another can all be done via any device with Wi-Fi and a browser.
The XceL is one of the largest industrial grade 3D printer models available on the market. With a large build volume of 610L and big 3D printed objects, the software has to run smoothly so that the results are as expected.
Large Build Volume
In order to print so big, the XceL uses PLA filament and the Leapfrog software. As an industrial-grade printer, the Leapfrog XceL can be used for both prototyping and production and can withstand long working hours.