Apium P Series 3D Printers
The printing time is strongly dependent on material, part geometry, size and infill rate. Surfaces are generally printed slower than the infill (the material mass inside the model) because of the optical quality.
For a time reference 20 x 20 x 20 mm³ big PEEK dice can be printed within 30 min.
What is the printing speed of Apium's P Series?
The print volume (l x w x h) of Apium P155 is 135 x 145 x 148 mm³ and Apium P220 is 205 x 155 x 150 mmr³. To avoid the thermal distortion of PEEK and other materials, additional surface-engaging geometries must be applied to the print-bed, which are designed according to the geometry of parts.
What is the effective build volume of Apium P Series machines?
Apium P Series 3D printers are equipped with a 0.4 mm diameter nozzle. Straight-lined geometries right up to 0.5 mm in the horizontal wall thickness and 0.1 mm in the vertical layer thickness are feasible.
What are the minimum sizes feasible to print?
Apium P Series 3D printers are equipped with state-of-the-art heating and controlling technology. Apium Adaptive Heating System is an intelligent thermal moderator, which guarantees the best temperature distribution possible in the part, depending on the part geometry and specific material characteristics.
This uniqueness of Apium`s patented technology enables the end-users to process PEEK in amorphous and semi-crystalline phases and control material characteristics such as stiffness, crystallinity and many more.
Together with the Apium Adaptive Heating System, the P Series 3D printers are equipped with extruders, which can heat up to 540°C, and with a heated print-bed, which can heat up to 160°C.
How high is the temperature during printing?
Which materials can be processed with Apium P Series?
Apium P155, equipped with Apium Standard Extruder, is able to process PEEK, advanced engineering polymers, commodity polymers and metals.
Apium P220, equipped with Apium Advanced Extruder, is able to process Carbon Fiber Reinforced PEEK, PEEK, advanced engineering polymers, commodity polymers, metals and filled polymeric materials.
Apium has designed the print cores for high temperature/high performance polymers enabling easy material change. With the innovative print core design, you are able to start your new print job with a new material within 10 minutes.
It is recommended to use a separate nozzle for each material due to different melting temperatures.
How does the filament change work and what should be considered?
Our printers are compliant with the following certifications:
- EN ISO 12100:2010 EN ISO 13849-1:2015 EN ISO 13849-2:2012
- EN ISO 13850:2015
- EN ISO 13857:2008
- EN ISO 14120:2015
- EN 614-1:2006+A1:2009
- EN 614-2:2000+A1:2008
- EN 894-1:1997+A1:2008
- EN 1037:1995+A1:2008
- EN 60204-1:2006/AC:2010
- EN 60529:1991/A2:2013
- EN 61000-6-1:2007
- EN 61000-6-2:2005/AC:2005
- EN 61000-6-3:2007/A1:2011/AC:2012
- EN 61000-6-4:2007/A1:2011
What certifications do Apium P Series 3D printers have?
The delivery package provides you with all necessary equipment to enhance your experience including trainings from our engineers.
- Introduction Training
- Tool for changing the nozzle
- Bottle of Dimapen
- Two spool holders (1x large and 1x small size)
- LAN cable
- Apium Instruction Manual
- Slicing Software