The Aluminatus TrinityOne 3D Printer is designed and manufactured by TrinityLabs.
At the heart of the Aluminatus is a pair of 10 start, 25mm pitch leadscrews with wide linear rails for very precise positioning in the X and Y axis. The Z axis uses a pair of 12mm featherlight smooth rods and precision 2mm pitch Thompson leadscrews.
99% of this printer's main components are aluminum. Aluminum 20x60 extrusions, cover plate, top plate. and y carriage. The only printed parts on this machine currently are the extruder and the bed corners. All of this aluminum makes for a very rigid and precise machine. Not to mention beastly heavy coming in at 60lbs. This is the most solidly built printer I've ever seen.
Build Volume: 320mm x 320mm x 340mm
Printable Volume: 300mm x 300mm x 340mm (The glass is 300mm x 300mm, the X and Y axis have 320mm of travel to allow for dual extruders)
XY Repeatability: 0.02mm per meter of travel
Realistic printing speeds: Upwards of 150mm/sec without loss of quality
Mass: 60 lbs (27 kilos)
- 300mm x 300mm borosilicate glass print bed
- 400W 24V Kapton bed heater with thin aluminum heat spreader
- Dual 24V Power supplies (400W for heated bed, 250W for motors and electronics)
- Precision SIMO XY stages - 10 start 25mm pitch leadscrews mated with constant force nuts and wide linear rail. Triple stack NEMA 17 motors
- Precision Thompson leadscrews and 12mm featherlight smooth rods for Z
- Aluminum cover plate
- Aluminum bed carriage
- RAMPS - soon to be Smoothieboard