Modix Big60 3D Printer Reviews from customers
We asked our customer to provide us with a feedback and useful information based on their experience. Modix Big60 customers are using their 3D printer in various printing profiles and they come from sometimes very different markets. Automotive, film industry, aviation, composite materials , artist etc. Please read several reviews below:
Björn Magnussen, TTICI CEO, Germany
TTICI is an automaton consulting specialist from Geramny.
Mr. Bjorn: “One of the major benefits for us is the modular design of Modix Big60 3D printer. This allows us to tailor specific solutions to our customers”
Read the full interview and watch the video in this page
Metralabs - Mobile Robots Developer - Germany
Alexander Kloska, Mechanical Enginer and Metralabs: ”
The print quality is improving with every print. We finished a robot for a new project last week. All the housing parts were printed with your printer. The parts were grinded, filled and painted afterwards. Also our boss thinks about buying a second printer, which is good. “
“For our prototypes and small productions we normally use 1mm nozzle and 0.6 layer size. We usually use white PLA filament and each enclosure part is taking approximately 20 hours to print.”
Johann van der Merwe - South Africa
John is an information technology expert and 3D printing enthusiastic with extremely nice modeling results.
Check the video and get inspired!
Shawn Hicks - Film's Special Effect Artist - Ireland
Shawn Hicks: “This is the finished print of a cannon for an upcoming production. It’s 5’2″ total length made up of 12 pieces. Everything fits just nice. It took 108 total print hours (the printer ran day and night). I used Formfab recycled PLA for most of the print. I used a .8 ruby nozzle and a .4 layer height on detailed parts with a .44 layer height on long tube sections. Temperature was at 225 and speed was always on fast. The 2.5 kg rolls were a great success. I was getting approximately 30 hrs of print time between roll changes.” The video on the right shows the printed canon shooting pyrotechnics.
Efes Bronze - Turkey
The process is as following:
1. Print the models in parts and glue them together.
TCB Composite , Utah USA
Several of our customers are using Modix big 60 to print molds for composite material such as carbon fiber. In this example the printed parts were being used as a jig for precise drilling of a carbon fiber part.
Mr. Neal Crookston, Production Supervisor:
“Both fixtures with the carbon fiber part that slides into the fixtures so we can accurately drill holes consistently. It took about 60 hours each at 80 mm/s, PLA. The solid one is about 2.5 lbs. of plastic, the one with holes about a pound less.”
CBS Industries - Nemours, France
Mr. Lorival – ” Hi, My printer works very well, I print with nozzle 0.6 diameter and use the Cura slicer. We make many prints for electronics. For example tray for carry electronic card and another electronics components in a laboratory.
Until Modix we were limited to 400x400x400, print size but now we can make bigger objects.”
DronEPIC - Drone Developer - India
A+A Schoenmakers- Shoemaking Tools- Netherlands
JVS 3D - Product Developer - Netherlands
Jaap Vis: “The printer already running for days and days 24/7. So far without any problem”. “We have made our own acrylic enclosure covering the entire machine. In the picture, side parts of a casing, print time 4 days in total, 2.5kg filament.
F3DP - 3D Printing Service - Holešov, Czech Republic
Mr. Zdeněk Horák:
This is engine cover (two Wheeler). Printing profile: PLA, filament, speed 80mm/s, layer 0,35mm. Total print time is 38hours.
Print quality is very good due to the speed and layering.
Cast steel mould made by canadian Manufacturer
Made of two parts. Total 44″ long (” = inches) 1117mm. Maximizing the total Modix Bi60 large 3D printer build bed.
Matthiesen- Automotive Engineers- Germany
the printer is working very well and we have already printed some parts for my customer. We are printing at the moment with one nozzle and next week we start to print with the second one.
If you need some support by possible customers in Germany, you can send them my mobilenumber. I can explain them the process with the duty and Customs clearance and also the quality form the printer because this is very good. Because i know the Germans very well and most of them have not a good feeling to buy something without speaking with somebody witch bought in the past.
JSC 3D Creative - 3D Printing Service - Lithuania
JSC 3D Creative is the largest plastic 3D printing company in the Baltic States. JSC provides 3D modeling, 3D scanning and 3D printing services.
Šarūnas Paulauskas: “Printer is very reliable, had few hiccups at first, but with minor fixings, it works really well now. “
In the photo, a prototype for a customer before injection molding. It was printed with 0.6 mm Nozzle and PETG filament.
Prosthetic Cover by Pedro , Portugal
“The printer is pretty much awesome all around. The automatic bed leveling works like a charm!…The instructions are pretty good .”
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Specs: PLA filament, 32 hours print per leg.
P. Gregory Harrington - Florida USA
As far as, the costumer support, in my opinion, it is second to none. Not only I was able to communicate with the owner, Schacar via emails who gave me immediate knowledgeable responses and at the grand finally of my assembly offered his phone number so we can communicate over the phone or Skype. “
Regards – Gregory of Boca Raton, FL
Fraunhofer - Chemnitz- Germany
Fraunhofer is a German research organization with 69 institutes spread throughout Germany, each focusing on different fields of applied science. It employs around 24,500 people, mainly scientists and engineers.
David Loeffler, Engineer –
” Modix Big 60 is a solid 3D-printer that gets the job done. The Manuals are very helpful in getting a nice first print. Thank you for your great support! “
Johann van der Merwe - South Africa