Big size for big ideas
With a large build volume at 360*360*300mm, the Mankati E360 is a huge 3D printer built for heavy jobs, you can always expect high quality outputs from it.
Wi-Fi and Ethernet
Forget about SD card, you can now start your print job just sitting by the computer, via your local network wirelessly.
Don't worry about power failure, the device record the instantaneous state when it happened, you can always resume the print job after rebooting.
Once the filament runs out or is broken, the optical sensor inside the print head will detect that and pause printing immediately.
Carbon Fiber Build Plate
Mankati E360 uses a 3 mm carbon fiber build plate, which has an excellent rigidity, it won't be smashed to pieces. Due to its high impact strength, you can easily remove the prints in one piece by hitting the back of the plate.
The photoelectric calibration function gives a quantizable method to leveling the plate, when the nozzle contact the sensor point of the plate, the LED light will shining, calibrate the four sensor point will level the plate.
It is a removable build plate which can be easily taken off without any wire connections. With the StickSurf 3D printing surface, you can printing PLA, ABS, PC, TPU, PETG without using glues and tapes.
Safe and Tough
To bring your office in fresh air even work with the odorous materials, like ABS/HIPS, we build-in powerful air filter inside the printer chassis.
Linear Rails and Ball Screws
To ensure long term durability and precision, Mankati E360 adopts industrial-grade linear rails and ball screws.
Fully Enclosed Chassis
Mankati E360 is a fully enclosed 3D printer, the enclosed chassis ensures stable inner temperature and high printing performance, you can access the prints by open the front door and the top cover.
Powerful Control System
Together with cluster management and Wi-Fi/ethernet, the on-board camera enabling you to remote monitor your printer and print job.
8GB memory space on board, the system will auto save the print files sent via local network, and auto delete the earliest files when the memory is full.
Unplug Disk Once Started
You don't need to keep the USB disk on printer after start printing, this make the file management much easier, to print on different Mankati printers, you just need to save files in one u-disk instead of many SD cards.