Transform your big ideas faster with Hyperion’s large format 3D printer

Transform your big ideas faster with Hyperion’s large format 3D printer

Our in-house developed large format 3D printing machine utilises pellet-based extrusion to build parts up to 9 meters in length, 2.6 metres in width and 1.5 metres in height. This machine utilises a variety of nozzle sizes with resolution from 1mm up to 20mm.

Our in-house developed large format 3D printing machine utilises pellet-based extrusion to build parts up to 9 meters in length, 2.6 metres in width and 1.5 metres in height. This machine utilises a variety of nozzle sizes with resolution from 1mm up to 20mm.

Materials

Specifications

  • Recycled PETG (Glass Fiber Filled)

    Recycled, glass fiber filled PETG offers a sustainable choice with high mechanical strength and thermal properties, similar to standard PETG with the same glass fiber reinforcement. While it maintains similar mechanical properties as standard PETG, the recycled version may display variances in properties due to the nature of the recycled material source.

  • PETG (Glass Fiber Filled)

    Glass fiber filled PETG combines the ease of use of standard PETG with improved strength, stiffness, and thermal properties due to the glass fiber reinforcement. Although glass fiber filled PETG offers high mechanical strength and improved heat resistance, it may be more prone to brittleness compared to unfilled PETG.

  • Polypropylene (Glass Fiber Filled)

    Glass fiber filled polypropylene enhances the standard material's strength, stiffness, and heat resistance. It has a relatively low density but high tensile strength. The addition of glass fibers reduces the material's tendency to warp and improves dimensional stability but may make the material more brittle.

  • Recycled Polypropylene (Glass Fiber Filled)

    This material combines the sustainability of recycled polypropylene with the increased mechanical properties due to glass fiber reinforcement, leading to improved strength and stiffness. It maintains similar mechanical performance as standard glass fiber filled polypropylene, but with potential variances due to the nature of the recycled material.

  • PETG (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol-Modified)

    PETG is known for its mechanical strength and thermal resistance, making it suitable for functional parts. It offers good layer adhesion and is resistant to warping. PETG has a high glass transition temperature (around 80°C). It offers durability but can be susceptible to scratching.

  • HDPE (Glass Fiber Filled)

    Glass fiber filled HDPE is a lightweight yet strong material with improved dimensional stability due to the addition of glass fibers. It exhibits high impact resistance and tensile strength. Despite these improvements, it might be more brittle than standard HDPE, and its reduced ductility might lead to issues with part design or stress points.

  • ABS (Glass Fiber Filled)

    The addition of glass fibers to ABS improves its mechanical properties, resulting in higher strength and stiffness, and better dimensional stability. Glass fiber filled ABS has an increased glass transition temperature and offers higher heat resistance compared to standard ABS, though the brittleness can also be increased.

X Height

9000mm

Extruder Weight

25kg per hour

Y Height

2600mm

Z Height

1500mm

X Height

9000mm

Y Height

2600mm

Z Height

1500mm

Layer Heights

2mm to 5mm

Bead widths

5mm to 20mm

Extruder Weight

25kg per hour

Specifications

Our Process

01

01

Scope & Requirements

Our team discusses your project’s designs and requirements with you. Modifications to your design are made to optimise it for the 3D printing process. A material is selected based on your requirements. Post-processing steps are mapped out.

Design & Simulation

Your project's time, weight and resolution are estimated in more detail at this stage. The print is simulated from start to finish using Hyperion's digital twin software. The project is uploaded to our machine and manufactured as a layered 3D shape.

02

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03

03

Manufacturing

Your project is swiftly 3D printed on our machines. Any required post-processing steps are carried out prior to finishing for delivery. Post-processing steps include milling, sanding, filling, or painting.

Our Process

Featured Works With Our Large Format Printer

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Let's shape your vision together – Get your personalised quote today!

Please provide us with a few details to help us understand your needs better. One of our 3D printing experts will be in touch soon with your personalised quote.

Let's shape your vision together – Get your personalised quote today!

Please provide us with a few details to help us understand your needs better. One of our 3D printing experts will be in touch soon with your personalised quote.

Let's shape your vision together – Get your personalised quote today!

Please provide us with a few details to help us understand your needs better. One of our 3D printing experts will be in touch soon with your personalised quote.

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Transform your big ideas faster with Hyperion’s large format 3D printer

Our in-house developed large format 3D printing machine utilises pellet-based extrusion to build parts up to 9 meters in length, 2.6 metres in width and 1.5 metres in height. This machine utilises a variety of nozzle sizes with resolution from 1mm up to 20mm.

Our Process

  • Consultation

    01

    Your design journey begins with a one-on-one conversation with our design experts.

  • Design & Simulation

    02

    Your idea begins to be brought to life as initial design phase begins.

  • Revision

    03

    Your feedback drives perfection. Together, we refine and evolve the design.

  • Recycled PETG (Glass Fiber Filled)

    Recycled, glass fiber filled PETG offers a sustainable choice with high mechanical strength and thermal properties, similar to standard PETG with the same glass fiber reinforcement. While it maintains similar mechanical properties as standard PETG, the recycled version may display variances in properties due to the nature of the recycled material source.

  • PETG (Glass Fiber Filled)

    Glass fiber filled PETG combines the ease of use of standard PETG with improved strength, stiffness, and thermal properties due to the glass fiber reinforcement. Although glass fiber filled PETG offers high mechanical strength and improved heat resistance, it may be more prone to brittleness compared to unfilled PETG.

  • Polypropylene (Glass Fiber Filled)

    Glass fiber filled polypropylene enhances the standard material's strength, stiffness, and heat resistance. It has a relatively low density but high tensile strength. The addition of glass fibers reduces the material's tendency to warp and improves dimensional stability but may make the material more brittle.

  • Recycled Polypropylene (Glass Fiber Filled)

    This material combines the sustainability of recycled polypropylene with the increased mechanical properties due to glass fiber reinforcement, leading to improved strength and stiffness. It maintains similar mechanical performance as standard glass fiber filled polypropylene, but with potential variances due to the nature of the recycled material.

  • PETG (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol-Modified)

    PETG is known for its mechanical strength and thermal resistance, making it suitable for functional parts. It offers good layer adhesion and is resistant to warping. PETG has a high glass transition temperature (around 80°C). It offers durability but can be susceptible to scratching.

  • HDPE (Glass Fiber Filled)

    Glass fiber filled HDPE is a lightweight yet strong material with improved dimensional stability due to the addition of glass fibers. It exhibits high impact resistance and tensile strength. Despite these improvements, it might be more brittle than standard HDPE, and its reduced ductility might lead to issues with part design or stress points.

  • ABS (Glass Fiber Filled)

    The addition of glass fibers to ABS improves its mechanical properties, resulting in higher strength and stiffness, and better dimensional stability. Glass fiber filled ABS has an increased glass transition temperature and offers higher heat resistance compared to standard ABS, though the brittleness can also be increased.

Materials

Specifications

X Height

9000mm

Y Height

2600mm

Z Height

1500mm

Layer Heights

2mm to 5mm

Bead Widths

5mm to 20mm

Bead Widths

5mm to 20mm