It's about 3D printing,
but with the right material.
- Material research
- Multi-extrusion research
- Prototypes & concept validation
- Material validation
- Functional testing
- On demand & local production
- Support to industrialization
- Tools, jigs & fixtures
- and so many more ...
3D printer specifications
|3D printing process||PAM|
|Number of extruder||4|
|Compatible materials||Standard thermoplastics & Thermoplastic elastomers
(Injection moulding grades)
|Print volume||Ø 300 x H 300 mm|
|Nozzles sizes||Ø 0.25 - 0.40 - 0.60 - 0.80 - 1.00 - 1.20|
|Printing resolution||40µm (Z) and 5µm (X,Y)|
|Maximum extrusion temperature||350°C|
|Maximum print bed temperature||120°|
|Supplied Software||Honeyprint & Cura by Pollen AM|
Our print head is redesigned for better visual control precision and durability.
We also improved the cooling architecture.
New holding mechanism
One screw opening mechanism for easy extruder removal.
Reinforced machined aluminium parts with ball bearings integration for more precision and durability.
New lifting mechanism
All in-one stainless steel wire rope with eyelets and easy one screw removal for maintenance.
New material cartridge
Integrated cartridge opening mechanism for pellets refill on the fly. The hopper has an optimized base geometry for increased cooling performances and better pellets flow.
Lightened and fortified build plate
Our build plate is redesigned for better maintenance durability
and dimensional accuracy.
New assembly configuration
Easy build plate replacement and micro-perforated options dedicated to materials with strong warping effect.
New carbon rods
Assembly jigs are redesigned for improved carbon rods dimensional accuracy resistance and repeatability.
New electronics and wiring
Each extruder is controlled by two electronic boards. One is dedicated to low-voltage heating elements and the second is dedicated to extra-low voltage such as motors, fans and temperature sensors.
New Pam Series P wiring is redesigned for increased robustness and 3D printing repeatability.
3D printing industrial materials
From metals to ceramics.
Let’s dive into the possibilities offered by PAM
From pellets to object, PAM technology offers the most direct process to high performances end-parts.
Metals Ceramics Commodity Elastomers Performance High Performance.