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From the start, MatterHackers has been committed to reaching for better design standards in creating a robust and adaptable 3D printer that would work for all our users - thus was born the Pulse - strong, customizable, and easy-to-use; but we didn’t stop there. After more research and design, MatterHackers has created an amazing 3D printer in the Pulse XE. Feedback from the 3D printing community pushed us to create a system that not only prints standard filaments with laser accuracy, but also stands up to the rigors of printing with specialty filaments while still giving you fantastic finished results. From NylonX, to TPU, ABS, PETG, PLA, our very own MH Build and PRO Series, and everything in between, Pulse XE can print it all.
The Pulse XE, with its amazing line-up of included upgrades, is a fantastic option for those who plan on printing with nylon, NylonX, and other advanced, engineering grade filaments. With the Pulse XE, you can print using PLA, PETG, Bronzefill, Copperfill, Brassfill, Bamboofill, Woodfill, Carbon Fiber, Stainless Steel, and many more. The machine design is based on the popular Prusa i3, the communities most popular design, known for its sturdy build and reliable printing. Every Pulse XE comes standard with several powerful upgrades. Pulse XE components are precision machined, and each portion of the experience finely honed so that you can achieve the best 3D printing results possible.
The Pulse XE is built with robust components so it can print robust components. This high-performance, low-maintenance 3D printer has been designed and tested to deliver consistent, high-quality results without any fuss. Comprised of an E3D V6 HotEnd and a hardened steel nozzle, the Pulse XE’s hotend setup is more than capable of heating up and extruding abrasive filament like NylonX. No question about it; the Pulse XE is made to print NylonX.
Use the Pulse XE to produce strong printed parts out of NylonX for everyday use. A buckle, a socket wrench, a carabiner—NylonX is suitable printing material for them all. Its nylon makeup mixed with micro-carbon fibers allows for the same durability as nylon and similar stiffness as carbon fiber, making it an ideal material to use for functional parts.
The Pulse XE prints with the same amazing laser accuracy as the standard Pulse, but with even smoother results using NylonX. With the right fine-tuned settings, your prints will require no post processing leaving a super smooth, clean print that you can distinctly achieve with NylonX.
With the Pulse XE 3D Printer, we worry about the correct components and installation process so you don’t have to. Don’t fret about whether or not you bought a compatible nozzle or installed the hotend correctly. Sit back and let the Pulse Pros handle the configuring so you can jump right into printing as soon as your Pulse XE 3D printer arrives.
All variations of the Pulse 3D printer are designed to be reliable, then further fine-tuned to specialize in specific printing needs. For the Pulse XE, it is designed to specialize in printing engineering grade filaments like NylonX. With a hotend capable of reaching temperatures of up to 300°C and a hardened steel nozzle designed to handle harsh filaments, the Pulse XE, without a doubt, is made to handle pumping out micro-carbon fiber filled filament with this hotend setup.
The Pulse XE also comes with a bed surface engineered for NylonX; LayerLock Garolite Build Surface, an interwoven glass fiber fabric impregnated with epoxy resin, guarantees better NylonX adhesion to the bed and long-lasting durability for numerous prints. With a garolite surface installed on the Pulse XE’s heated bed, rest easy knowing you’ll struggle less with warping and bed adhesion compared to other bed surfaces.
The Pulse XE 3D Printer is designed to provide you the necessary hotend, nozzle and heated bed surface to get you started printing NylonX right out of the box.
The carbon fiber in NylonX is very hard and abrasive and it will quickly abrade and ruin brass or other soft metal nozzles. While most 3D printers can print with NylonX, they require anywhere between a nozzle change to completely switching out the hotend in order to handle multiple NylonX print jobs. The Pulse XE, however, is designed to print NylonX right out of the box for years to come.
With a hotend setup designed to meet NylonX’s 250-265°C print temperature requirement and equipped with a hardened steel nozzle that withstands tough, abrasive filament, the Pulse XE is built for you to print NylonX with zero hardware configuration. Rest easy knowing you can start printing NylonX parts with the right sturdy hotend system already installed by our Pulse Pros.
No need to install the right nozzle and hotend yourself. We’ll do it for you!
Add NylonX filament to the list of strong materials you can print with using the Pulse XE. Made of engineering grade nylon filament blended with chopped carbon fibers, NylonX is the perfect blend of strength and durability. Maximizing its strength to weight ratio, this filament is sturdy, impact resistant, and high in tensile strength while still being light enough to not disrupt functional use. Its high thermal resistance also aids in lack of warping, adding onto NylonX’s trusted reputation for stiffness. Need to print a part that's both functional and robust? NylonX is the reliable solution for you.
Need a new paddle board handle? How about a bike pedal replacement? The Pulse XE and NylonX can fulfill those needs.
While standard filaments like PLA can print very smoothly, NylonX prints come out even more precise, giving a much sleeker look that would make you think the print was produced by a factory machine instead of a desktop 3D printer. With the correct settings, the smooth and silky matte-black finish of a NylonX print requires zero post processing meaning no filament waste and no time wasted cleaning.
Distinctive print layers can be indications of sturdy prints, but don’t let NylonX’s smooth finish fool you into thinking it equates to low sturdiness. The strength and durability you get in these NylonX prints come from its chemical makeup of micro-carbon fiber strands. If extremely smooth prints that also happen to be reliably sturdy are your preference, NylonX is perfect for you.
Printing parts as sleek and sturdy as this skateboard truck are only a Pulse XE away.
Every upgrade available for the Pulse XE 3D printer has been thoroughly tested and calibrated by the Pulse Pros team, and are the highest quality parts on the market. With each upgrade you add on, you unlock more 3D printing capabilities such as expanding the variety of materials you can print with, increasing the strength of your printed pieces, and more.
The Pulse XE - NylonX Advanced Materials 3D Printer is created specifically for printing NylonX, on top of standard filament, without easily wearing down. This is made possible thanks to the industry-leading components and features we install to ensure 3D printing success. Each of the components listed below are thoroughly assembled and calibrated before you receive your Pulse XE.
Try your Pulse XE risk-free today - we’re sure you’ll be fully satisfied with your Pulse XE and we take pride in matching you with the best 3D printer for your needs and ensuring your success. If the assembled Pulse XE is not the right fit, you may exchange it for a different model at MatterHackers within 30 days with no restocking fee. Your success is our guarantee!
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|Build Volume||250 x 220 x 215 mm (10 x 9 x 8.5 in)|
(L x W x H)
|559 x 464 x 584 mm (22 x 18.25 x 23 in)
These dimensions include wires protruding from the machine. The X, Y, and Z movement do not go beyond these dimensions.
|Speed||Travel speed of up to 250 mm/s and a print speed as high as 60 mm/s|
|Resolution||20 microns (.02mm), and as large as 300 microns (.3 mm)|
|Layer Height||30 microns (.03mm) to 350 microns (.35 mm)|
|Filament Diameter||Ø 1.75 mm|
|Extruder||Bondetch BMG Extruder|
Hardened Steel Nozzle 0.4mm
Olsson Ruby Nozzle 0.4mm (Available as an Upgrade)
|Max HotEnd Temp||E3D V6 >295°C|
|Max Heated Bed Temp||Currently Set to 120°C|
Heated Bed with installed LayerLock Garolite Build Surface
BuildTak FlexPlate System available as an upgrade
|Power Recovery||Yes - MatterControl will recover a printer power loss|
|Calibration||Automatic Print Leveling - 9 point BLTouch sensor|
|Remote Control||Monitor and control your Pulse XE 3D printer from your tablet or phone over networking using the integrated MatterControl Sync portal|
|Open Standards||Pulse uses open standard technology, which means compatibility with open source tools and no artificial restrictions on the materials you can use.|
|Returns/Warranty||MatterHackers Success Guarantee, 1-year repair-or-replace warranty, lifetime support.|
Put simply, MatterHackers is the smart place to shop for all things 3D printing and digital manufacturing. The MatterHackers pros are here to partner with you through every step of your journey turning idea into reality and here are just a few of the perks you’ll receive as a customer:
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