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An All-in-One 3D Printer Built for the Factory Floor

Introducing the BCN3D Omega I60, an advanced industrial 3D Printer meticulously crafted for optimal performance on the factory floor. Tailored for the production of robust, sizeable tooling, jigs, and fixtures, this printer boasts the renowned BCN3D IDEX technology. With an impressive 60L print volume and a heated chamber maintaining a temperature of 70ºC, it ensures an ideal environment for printing. 

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Independent Dual Extrusion Technology (IDEX)
IDEX distinguishes itself as the solitary extrusion system possessing the exclusive capacity to print through two separate heads. This innovation allows users to amplify productivity through duplication and mirror modes or to craft parts with untainted support material, free from cross-contamination. The BCN3D Omega I60 comes equipped with an enhanced IDEX technology that maintains stationary X motors during printing. This strategic design element effectively reduces inertia, culminating in elevated print speeds.

HAQ-XY Kinematics
This kinetic structure is acknowledged as one of the premier configurations for dual 3D printers and CNC machines, acclaimed for its blend of lightweight construction, sturdiness, and precision. The BCN3D Omega I60 incorporates an enhanced rendition of this kinematic system, strategically repositioning the pulleys for optimized performance. This alteration yields a notable decrease in torsional forces along the X axis throughout the printing operation. These torsional forces are unwelcome due to their potential to negatively affect system functionality and potentially induce undesired distortions in the X axis, thus directly influencing the quality of the printed components.

Active Heated Chamber

Employing a heated chamber greatly enhances the production of engineering polymers by consistently upholding an optimal temperature for the printable component during the entirety of the printing procedure. This meticulous temperature control guarantees a consistent and uniform construction, effectively mitigating the emergence of internal strains. Through heating the chamber in proximity to the material's glass transition temperature, it fosters a state of relaxation, eradicating inner tensions in the manufacturing process. This strategic approach serves as an effective preventive measure against challenges like warping and cracking. Upon completion, a gradual cooling sequence is initiated. Collectively, these measures ensure utmost dimensional precision and mechanical resilience in the final printed object. The heated chamber of the BCN3D Omega I60 is capable of reaching temperatures of up to 70ºC, rendering it an optimal choice for printing materials such as ASA, PA, ABS, and reinforced PA, among others.

XYZ Autocalibration
Operating on the foundation of piezoelectric sensors, this technology liberates itself from human intervention, ensuring accurate first layer adhesion. It achieves calibration through a multi-point measurement process, adeptly fine-tuning the height (Z) of the printing surface and the (XY) offset amid nozzles. In the case of the BCN3D Omega I60 featuring the Independent Dual Extrusion System (IDEX), precision XY alignment stands as a pivotal requirement. To achieve this, a dedicated calibration area positioned outside the print surface is employed for toolhead alignment. By establishing contact with the precision-machined calibration zone, the toolheads discern positioning, consequently undertaking an automated calibration of offsets. This intricate calibration mechanism is orchestrated to avert overlaps or layer displacements in duplication mode, further enhancing the quality of your prints.


Why is an Active Heated Chamber Necessary?

The inclusion of a heated chamber plays a pivotal role in facilitating the production of engineering polymers. It maintains an optimal temperature for the printable component throughout the printing procedure. This meticulous temperature management guarantees consistent construction of the part, minimizing the emergence of internal stresses. By closely aligning the chamber temperature with the material's glass transition temperature, it encourages relaxation and eradicates inner tensions during the manufacturing process, effectively preventing complications like warping and cracking. Once the printing is finalized, a gradual cooling procedure takes place. This meticulous approach ensures utmost dimensional precision and mechanical resilience for the printed object. The heated chamber of the BCN3D Omega I60 is capable of achieving temperatures as high as 70ºC, making it exceptionally suitable for printing materials like ASA, PA, ABS, and reinforced PA, among other compatible options.

What is the function of the Material Operation System and which is the temperature it reaches?

The Material Operating System (MOS) not only offers humidity control but also temperature regulation. This dual functionality brings forth two critical advantages: the capacity to restore compromised materials and the ability to preheat filament prior to initiating a print. This feature proves especially invaluable for technical materials with elevated heat deflection thresholds. Additionally, the Material Operating System streamlines the filament handling process by enabling automatic loading and unloading. Should your printing task encounter filament depletion midway, the machine seamlessly manages filament replacement. The BCN3D Omega I60 MOS excels with a temperature capability of up to 75ºC while maintaining an RH level below 10%, ensuring optimal printing conditions.

How does the autocalibration system work?
Utilizing piezoelectric sensors, this technology removes the reliance on human intervention and ensures impeccable initial layer adhesion. Calibration is executed through the assessment of numerous points to finely tune the height (Z) of the printing surface and the (XY) offset between nozzles. In the case of the Omega I60 featuring the Independent Dual Extrusion System (IDEX), meticulous XY alignment is of paramount importance. 

To achieve this, a designated square zone positioned outside the print surface serves as the toolhead alignment region. Here, the toolheads make contact with the heated ends against the sides, thereby computing positioning and calibrating offsets. This strategic process prevents any overlaps or layer misalignments when operating in duplication mode.
How does the high speed work in Omega I60?

The Omega comes furnished with integrated accelerometers and advanced 32-bit electronics, accompanied by a tailored iteration of Marlin 2.1 firmware. This amalgamation significantly elevates the potential of the BCN3D Omega I60, empowering it to produce components at a remarkable pace of 300 mm/s and attain accelerations reaching 10 m/s². This cutting-edge foundation translates into unparalleled productivity, offering users a superior manufacturing experience.

Which kinematics has this printer?

The BCN3D Omega I60 employs an HAQ-XY Kinematics design. Renowned for its excellence in dual 3D printers and CNC machines, this motion architecture is prized for its blend of lightweight construction, durability, and precision. The BCN3D Omega I60 enhances this kinematic approach with a refined layout for the pulleys, resulting in a substantial reduction of twisting moments along the X axis during the printing procedure. These twisting forces are highly undesirable, given their potential to impair system performance and trigger undesired distortions in the X axis, ultimately compromising the quality of the printed components.

Will BCN3D Omega I60 have a dedicated material portfolio?

The portfolio of materials offered by Omega 60 is carefully selected to cater to specific verticals such as tooling, jigs and fixtures, short run production, masking, large prototyping, production line replacements, and end-use parts. The materials include:

Omega Proto: A custom formulation developed for BCN3D Omega I60 and ideal for prototyping, jigs and fixtures, low load bearing alignment guides, and drill guides. It offers a smooth matte black surface finish and isotropic properties, making it suitable for both basic and functional prototyping.

Omega Impact ASA: This material excels in UV resistance, making it ideal for outdoor end-use parts. It is highly durable, making it suitable for tooling subjected to repetitive loading.

Omega Resistant Nylon: Ideal for the factory floor environment, this material is chemical, wear and solvent resistant. It serves as a drop-in replacement for materials like Acetal commonly found in such environments.

Omega Tooling CF: Specifically formulated for maximum strength, this material is well-suited for producing parts in metal replacement, metal forming dies and tools, and end-use parts that require exceptional strength.

Omega Support:A breakaway support material that works with all the aforementioned materials. This allows for easy removal of supports without the need for dissolution, enabling the immediate use of printed parts.

BCN3D Filaments for Omega I60 encompasses all these materials as well as upcoming materials currently in development and scheduled for future release.

Omega I60 Specifications
Table temperature:120°C
Working area:
450 x 300 x 450 mm
Filament diameter:
1.75 mm
HEPA filter:
HEPA filter, activated carbon filter
Wi-Fi or Ethernet
Printing Speed:
300 mm/s
Built-in Camera:
Volume:60 liters
Print chamber:
Actively heated print chamber up to 70 °C
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