Thanks for your thoughts J0ram.
I see what you mean with regards to the website. We will have a look to see how we can improve navigation on our site.
You can find specs determined up til now here: http://nectar3d.com/specs/
Does it print with other filament than designed for this printer: Yes, you can use your own materials but it won’t recognize the spools so you will have to find the right settings manually.
Does it have a USB buffer: You connect to the printer via the web interface > network > UTP, but there is a USB-B port if a direct connection to the system needs to be made for servicing.
Is it possible to add extensions that are not designed by your company: it’s not a machine you would typically want to be tweaking, but depending on the type of extension you have in mind, it might be possible. Can you elaborate?
How does it detect what type of filament you have loaded: RFID tags in our spools are recognized by the machine
How much does it weigh: ±33kg
How and to where do you ship and if there are additional costs: at this time our focus is on The Netherlands as to be sure that we can offer good support. The level of demand from abroad is one of the factors that helps determine how quickly we will set everything up for sales and servicing abroad. Where are you located?
More pictures and video are coming up.
Controlling the printer is done completely through our web interface. As such, it does not print from an SD or USB stick.
For the filter I would like to know how much particles it filters, I added a filter to my printer but that does not take away all the smell, I guess yours does but I can’t find that anywhere.
We’ve recently published a blogpost about this: http://nectar3d.com/2017/04/07/the-nectarone-integrated-carbon-and-hepa-filter/
The body seems really strong and has a really cool design, does it have lights in it so you can see your print as well? For me this is a real must-have.
The entire chamber is lit. During the printing process the light is white. When you insert a (Nectar) spool the chamber pulses in the color of the spool to confirm it recognized the correct material.
You say we really should see the door system in action live, does this mean you have a showroom or something were people can visit? It would also be nice to add a video of the door because I’m pretty curious now.
Those who are interested in a demonstration can come by on several locations in The Netherlands (e.g. Amsterdam and Arnhem). More videos are a great idea. We are working on that.