3x iFactory One
3x iFactory One
3x iFactory One
3x iFactory One
3x iFactory One
3x iFactory One
3x iFactory One
3x iFactory One

iFactory One

(6 Reviews)

Length limitation and physical removal of printed parts were yesterday.

Benefit now from automatic part removal and unlimited printing of endlessly long objects on the iFactory One.

With the iFactory One, we wanted to overcome the length limitations that normal 3D printers have. With its unlimited Z-axis, you can either print as long as you want, or as many parts in a row as you want – or even a mix of both. Use iFactory3D’s technology to take your hobby, workshop, or even business to the next level of productivity!

All parts printed on the iFactory One are automatically removed from the belt by the belt rotation in combination with the scraper at the end of the belt. Large projects with many parts can be printed without supervision, so everything can be printed in one pass and you have less work.

The belt itself is made of a material specifically designed for our purpose. We worked with one of the largest industrial belt suppliers to develop the perfect belt for our printer. The belt itself is heat resistant and very wear resistant. Many different parts of our printer are custom made, for example the nozzle, which is perfectly pointed to reach the belt as desired to achieve a perfect print.

With the built-in Raspberry Pi and webcam and the special OctoPrint version already pre-installed and developed by us, you can print in series without any further preparation! Just upload the sliced files and start printing. We also maintain our own version of Marlin for the iFactory One!

Moreover, we offer upgrade and maintenance kits for the iFactory One. If you want to increase the productivity of your iFactory One even more, you should check out our Upgrade Kit. If you want to maintain the productivity of your iFactory One, you may want to have a look at our Care Packages.

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Technical Specification

Physical dimensions 720(l); 660(w) – 600(w) without spoolholder; 500(h) [mm]
Power input
AC 110- 240V/ 50-60Hz 5A
Power output (PSU)
DC 24V/15A (for Upgrade One: DC 24V/14.6A)
Weight 18 kg
Machine style Belt printer 45°
Belt Durable polymer belt optimized for 3D-Printing; parts fall
off automatically; belt working as z-Axis, enables infinite
printing in size and number of objects
Print volume (max) Infinite(l); 290(w); 200(h) mm
Feeder type Titan bowden extuder
Display 3.5″ (800×480 / capacitive touch)
Nozzle diameter 0.4mm exchangeable
Print principle Fused Deposition Modeling
Resolution
0.05-0.3mm with standard 0.4mm nozzle depending on settings
Max nozzle temp 260°
Nozzle heat up time <2 minutes
Filament PLA, PETG, TPU.
The following materials such as PC, ASA, NYLON and ABS can only be printed on the iFactory One with additional housing
Noice
<70 dBA
Compatible filament diameter
1.75mm
Build plate (heat up) 20 ->100 °C in~5min
Monitoring Wi-Fi camera -> Raspberry Pi Camera V1.3
Slicer software Cura iFactory3D
Printing software Octoprint iFactory3D
Supported OS OSX, Windows, and Linux
Weight 18 kg
Plugin integration SolidWorks, Siemens NX, Autodesk Inventor
File transfer SD-card; Wi-Fi (integrated Raspberry Pi 3a+ running Octoprint); USB-cable
Warranty period 1 year
Expert support Dedicated technical support via email,
phone is available to you in English, German, Russian

Equipment

Assembly

6 reviews for iFactory One

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Customer Images

Image #1 from Lars
Image #2 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer
Image #3 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer
Image #4 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer
Image #5 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer
Image #1 from Lars

Lars

The iFactoryOne printer is a great 3D printer with a 45 degree printing angle. We use it for scale modelling and test .gcode files to check the path and improve our 3D model. The assembly and calibration manual is clear and the parts are decent quality. After running some tests we printed a nice scale model and we are able to use it to improve the model. Besides, iFactory3D customer support has a good service, quick response and is willing to answer your questions.

Image #2 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle. Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well - make sure that the router is not too far away. Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop. Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results. In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. "Printing is a setting thing", so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case. In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can't be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

Image #3 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle. Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well - make sure that the router is not too far away. Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop. Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results. In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. "Printing is a setting thing", so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case. In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can't be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

Image #4 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle. Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well - make sure that the router is not too far away. Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop. Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results. In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. "Printing is a setting thing", so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case. In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can't be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

Image #5 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle. Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well - make sure that the router is not too far away. Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop. Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results. In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. "Printing is a setting thing", so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case. In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can't be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

Image #6 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle. Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well - make sure that the router is not too far away. Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop. Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results. In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. "Printing is a setting thing", so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case. In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can't be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

Image #7 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle. Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well - make sure that the router is not too far away. Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop. Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results. In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. "Printing is a setting thing", so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case. In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can't be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

Image #8 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle. Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well - make sure that the router is not too far away. Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop. Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results. In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. "Printing is a setting thing", so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case. In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can't be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

Image #9 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle. Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well - make sure that the router is not too far away. Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop. Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results. In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. "Printing is a setting thing", so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case. In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can't be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

Image #10 from Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle. Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well - make sure that the router is not too far away. Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop. Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results. In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. "Printing is a setting thing", so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case. In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can't be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

Image #11 from Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020. The big advantage we recognized with this device is the "assembly line". The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice. So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us. We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament) iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied. The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled. This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign. The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉. The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours. So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems. The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling. Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile. Conclusion: We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience. It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint. Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces. The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!! Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide. One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner...start with a "normal" printer. If you don't already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what's involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners. But if you can't help it, iFactory is there, I'm pretty sure, with advice and support! To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us. This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

Image #12 from Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020. The big advantage we recognized with this device is the "assembly line". The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice. So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us. We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament) iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied. The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled. This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign. The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉. The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours. So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems. The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling. Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile. Conclusion: We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience. It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint. Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces. The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!! Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide. One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner...start with a "normal" printer. If you don't already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what's involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners. But if you can't help it, iFactory is there, I'm pretty sure, with advice and support! To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us. This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

Image #13 from Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020. The big advantage we recognized with this device is the "assembly line". The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice. So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us. We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament) iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied. The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled. This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign. The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉. The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours. So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems. The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling. Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile. Conclusion: We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience. It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint. Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces. The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!! Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide. One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner...start with a "normal" printer. If you don't already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what's involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners. But if you can't help it, iFactory is there, I'm pretty sure, with advice and support! To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us. This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

Image #14 from Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020. The big advantage we recognized with this device is the "assembly line". The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice. So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us. We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament) iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied. The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled. This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign. The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉. The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours. So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems. The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling. Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile. Conclusion: We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience. It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint. Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces. The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!! Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide. One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner...start with a "normal" printer. If you don't already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what's involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners. But if you can't help it, iFactory is there, I'm pretty sure, with advice and support! To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us. This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

Image #15 from Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020. The big advantage we recognized with this device is the "assembly line". The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice. So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us. We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament) iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied. The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled. This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign. The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉. The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours. So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems. The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling. Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile. Conclusion: We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience. It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint. Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces. The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!! Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide. One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner...start with a "normal" printer. If you don't already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what's involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners. But if you can't help it, iFactory is there, I'm pretty sure, with advice and support! To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us. This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

Image #16 from Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020. The big advantage we recognized with this device is the "assembly line". The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice. So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us. We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament) iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied. The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled. This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign. The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉. The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours. So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems. The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling. Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile. Conclusion: We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience. It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint. Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces. The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!! Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide. One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner...start with a "normal" printer. If you don't already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what's involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners. But if you can't help it, iFactory is there, I'm pretty sure, with advice and support! To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us. This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

Image #17 from Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020. The big advantage we recognized with this device is the "assembly line". The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice. So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us. We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament) iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied. The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled. This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign. The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉. The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours. So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems. The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling. Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile. Conclusion: We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience. It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint. Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces. The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!! Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide. One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner...start with a "normal" printer. If you don't already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what's involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners. But if you can't help it, iFactory is there, I'm pretty sure, with advice and support! To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us. This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

Image #18 from Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020. The big advantage we recognized with this device is the "assembly line". The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice. So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us. We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament) iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied. The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled. This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign. The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉. The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours. So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems. The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling. Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile. Conclusion: We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience. It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint. Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces. The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!! Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide. One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner...start with a "normal" printer. If you don't already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what's involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners. But if you can't help it, iFactory is there, I'm pretty sure, with advice and support! To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us. This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

Image #19 from Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020. The big advantage we recognized with this device is the "assembly line". The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice. So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us. We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament) iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied. The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled. This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign. The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉. The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours. So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems. The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling. Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile. Conclusion: We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience. It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint. Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces. The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!! Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide. One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner...start with a "normal" printer. If you don't already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what's involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners. But if you can't help it, iFactory is there, I'm pretty sure, with advice and support! To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us. This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

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  1. Lars

    The iFactoryOne printer is a great 3D printer with a 45 degree printing angle. We use it for scale modelling and test .gcode files to check the path and improve our 3D model. The assembly and calibration manual is clear and the parts are decent quality. After running some tests we printed a nice scale model and we are able to use it to improve the model.

    Besides, iFactory3D customer support has a good service, quick response and is willing to answer your questions.

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  2. Sven Doll, from Söhner Kunststofftechnik GmbH

    We have been working with iFactory3D printers for a good 5 months now and have been able to realize some extraordinary projects. The printers offer us completely new possibilities to implement our ideas easily and quickly. If we had any questions or problems of any kind, iFactory3D was always by our side and was able to help us within a very brief period of time.
     
    We are looking forward to a further good cooperation.

  3. Tobias Zimmer, from Gießerei Zimmer

    The iFactory One arrived in a well-packaged condition, all parts were present and showed no imperfections. The printer was completely disassembled, with screws and sliding T-nuts already inserted in some parts, as well as the extruder being pre-assembled. Assembly according to instructions was simple, but some experience with 3D printers is an advantage. It is recommended to tighten all screws only after an entire assembly step has been completed and is aligned at a right angle.
    Connecting to the W-LAN worked quite well – make sure that the router is not too far away.
    Calibrating the Y-axis worked without problems. When tensioning the belt, you should make sure that the tension is not too high, otherwise the motors can stop.
    Printing works well with the preset profiles, just make sure that you turn off the Z-jump when feeding, otherwise the belt will frequently move back and forth. This might lead to unattractive results.
    In summary, we can only say that the printer is very stable and robust. “Printing is a setting thing”, so you should not expect instant miracles and deal with the printer in depth. Very good results are then possible in any case.
    In case of questions or technical problems, a contact person of the company can always be reached. One is advised and supported gladly and in detail, the communication about the German language is without problems. If you have questions that can’t be answered immediately, the technical department will be contacted and the support gets back to you quickly with a solution.

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  4. Marcus Czaplejewicz, from Via Traffic Controlling

    While looking for a suitable 3D printer to produce a small series, we came across the iFactory One at the end of 2020.
    The big advantage we recognized with this device is the “assembly line”.
    The disadvantage was that we had to integrate the device into our production at very short notice.
    So we contacted the iFactory3D team at a short notice and this is where I have to say that TOP service starts for us.
    We received print samples of our component on an iFactory in a very short time and the quality was already convincing here. (printed in ASA filament)
    iFactory3D then quickly offered us a delivery within 2 weeks for the printer, with which we were more than satisfied.
    The printer arrived on time as a kit and was then assembled.
    This went smoothly with the instructions provided. Only at the end of the assembly it turned out that the X axis was not quite parallel to the belt, but we measured after assembly and could therefore determine before the test print and realign.
    The devil lies, as always, in the details 😉.

    The assembly time including calibration took about 4 hours.
    So we were able to quickly start testing the machine, of course with an XYZ Cube in PETG! 😊. I think that here pictures say more than words, from such a good first print, even I was surprised, where I use about 5 years in the private sector 3D printer and by far had much worse results with conventional systems.

    The test continued and this time with the actual component, which is to be manufactured in small series. The cube and the component were sliced in Cura, which has its own iFactory version that can be downloaded from the website. The only thing that was adjusted here is the temperature for our PETG filament and the part cooling.
    Everything else is the default settings of the PETG profile.

    Conclusion:
    We can recommend the printer with a clear conscience.
    It has produced about 2000 of our part to date and without a single misprint.
    Times and quantities vary here. Sometimes we print 30, sometimes 50 or even 300 pieces.
    The printer runs and does what it is designed to do, it prints!!!
    Nevertheless, we have exchanged the installed Raspberry Pi 3A for a Pi 4B, not because the 3A refuses its service, but we need the network interface for remote maintenance, which this unfortunately does not provide.
    One more thing that should not be ignored, for someone who wants to buy this great device as a beginner…start with a “normal” printer.
    If you don’t already have some experience, starting with the assembly, and know what’s involved, I could imagine that you might run into one or two problems that could quickly cause frustration for beginners.
    But if you can’t help it, iFactory is there, I’m pretty sure, with advice and support!
    To date, Mr. Kevin Flesch regularly checks if everything is running smoothly and if he can do anything for us.
    This is exactly the service that a company needs and why we chose the iFactory One printer.

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  5. Julian H.

    I am printing my 1:32 train models. The iFactory One is perfect for such a large scale, because i don’t have to cut the models in smaller parts anymore. One Print, one Wagon

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