Equipment by Location

Keystone Labs
Equipment Type Description Sample Parts
Replicator 2 Makerbot Replicator 2 Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)
Optimal for flexible or standard prints 
  • Can print flexible materials
  • Reliable printing
  • Used in ENES 100
  • Limited availability
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MakerBot Innovation Center
Equipment Type Description Sample Parts
Lulzbot TAZ4 Lulzbot TAZ4 Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)
Great for taller prints that are dependent on build quality and/or flexible
  • Large build volume
  • High quality build
  • Flexible material
  • Limited availability
Makerbot Replicator Makerbot 5th Generation Replicator Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)
The easiest and most versatile way to get from 3D model to 3D print
  • Highly recommended for standard printing needs
  • Quick and economical
  • Wide selection of color options
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Makerbot Replicator + Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)
Subtle Improvement from the Makerbot 5th Generation
  • Recommended for  intermediate printing needs
  • Quick and economical
  • Wide selection of color options
  • Slightly larger build volume


Makerbot Replicator 2X Makerbot Replicator 2X Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)
Experiment with dual extrusion or dissolvable material
  • Less recommended for everyday print needs
  • Can create prints with 2 colors
  • Offers dissolvable materials and ABS
  • Limited availability


Z18 Makerbot Replicator Z18 Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)
Suited for taller, standard prints
  • Large build volume
  • Wide color variety 
  • Limited availability


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Printrbot Simple Metal Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)

Printrbot's first all metal printer and one of the best starter consumer 3D printers on the market. With a price point below $800, the Simple Metal still maintains an exceptional level of accuracy while bringing the cost barrier to 3D printing down for people who would otherwise not have access to this technology.

Raise3D N2 Plus Dual Extruder Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM) ,
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Rapid Prototyping Center
Equipment Type Description Sample Parts
Formlabs Form 2 Stereolithography (SL, SLA)

Large prints, incredible resolution.

At the heart of the machine is a powerful optical engine: a 250mW precision laser is guided by custom-built galvanometers, delivering big prints with spectacular detail.

Formlabs Form1+ Formlabs Form1+ Stereolithography (SL, SLA)

Form 1 High-Res 3D Printer prints in exquisite detail using high-end stereolithography technology. The Form 1 can create parts with down to 25 micron layers, and can print objects up to 4.9" x 4.9" x 6.5" in size.

Geomagic Capture Geomagic Capture 3D Scanning Systems

The Capture scanners from 3D Systems deliver accurate and fast blue light 3D scanning technology in a portable, lightweight unit that can be hand-held, static and easily combined into a multi-scanner configuration.

Fortus 400mc Stratasys Fortus 400mc Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)

The Fortus 400mc is a medium-volume manufacturing workhorse based on fused deposition modeling (FDM) that supports multiple production- grade thermoplastics. It is capable of realizing complex geometries that are strong enough for functional testing as well as end use. While the Fortus supports a more narrow range of polymers than other tools such as the Objet Connex, the FDM technology enables superior physical properties for a range of thermoplastic materials.

Objet30 Pro Stratasys Objet30 Pro Photopolymer Jetting (Polyjet)

The Objet30 Pro is a single-polymer printer that provides the accuracy and versatility of a high-end rapid prototyping machine in a small footprint. Powered by the same polymer jet technology used in the multi-polymer Objet Connex tool, the Objet30 supports 8 different materials. It will provide a rapid prototyping platform with a medium build volume suitable for design evaluation prior to production using other tools such as the Fortus.

Ultimaker 2 Ultimaker 2+ Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)

The Ultimaker 2 is regarded as one of the highest quality consumer 3D printers on the market, with a maximum resolution of 50 microns. Notoriously reliable, the Ultimaker is capable of producing near-production grade parts at a fraction of the cost of larger machines.

Ultimaker 3 Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)
Research Prototyping Lab
Equipment Type Description Sample Parts
ProX 200 3D Systems ProX 200 Laser Sintering (LM, SLM, SLS, DMLS)

The ProX 200 is a production grade 3D printer capable of fabricating metal, metal alloy, and ceramic components with a wide range of material options. The PXM tool supports a semiautomated material loading system, allowing the tool to be used in research applications including new material development and heterogeneous integration of multiple metal and ceramic structures within a single device, while also supporting automated production of complex parts using established material systems. The system provides 20 µm repeatability and feature resolution as small as 20 µm within a 14x14x10cm build volume, making it well suited for fabrication of micro-, meso-, and macro-scale devices fabricated from materials suitable for high temperature systems, porous conductive structures for fuel cells and other advanced energy systems, high strength robotic manipulators and locomotion components, complex and high resolution micromolds, precision medical prostheses, and related applications with demanding constraints on material properties.

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Epilog Laser Fusion M2 Laser Engraving

With an oversized table of 40" x 28" (1016 x 711 mm), the Fusion M2 40 features Epilog's largest work area. This machine was designed to engrave the same high-quality image at any point on the table by utilizing a top-of-the-line motion control system and industry-leading optics system.

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Markforged Mark Two Fused-Deposition-Modeling (FDM)
Photonic Professional GT Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GT

The Nanoscribe system is a laser lithography system allowing 3D printing of true 3-dimensional microscale and nanoscale based on two photon polymerization in UV-curable photoresists. The system can utilize specifically designed IP-photoresists optimized for 3D microfabrication, but can also employ custom polymers developed by the user. The direct laser writing technology is a powerful platform for a wide variety of high-impact applications of direct interest to Clark School faculty including micro-optics and photonics, opto-electronics, energy systems, sensors, material research, and nanotechnologies for the life sciences. The system enables micro/nano structures that are impossible to realize using traditional photolithography or other patterning methods.

Stratasys Objet500 Connex3 Photopolymer Jetting (Polyjet)

The Connex3 3D printer is capable of patterning multiple polymer materials simultaneously. The system supports a very wide range of thermoplastics, photopolymers, elastomers, and functional polymers that can be combined concurrently in a single fabrication run to create “digital materials”, and integrate these materials into complex 3D structures with particular relevance to robotics and microsystems applications. Because the different classes of polymer can be deposited and patterned in a single workflow, exceptionally complicated and multifunctional elements can be realized that would be impossible to achieve using traditional manufacturing methods. The tool offers a large build envelope of 50x40x20cm with a maximum resolution of 16 µm.

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Terps Racing
Equipment Type Description Sample Parts
GENOS L200E-M Computer Numerical Control
  • The GENOS L-200 series cnc machines are built to a ‘world specification’ requirement. Constructed on a one-piece, cast iron base with a horizontal way system and hand-scraped headstock and tailstock mounting surfaces, these machines provide stability, rigidity and accuracy for a variety of applications. 
  • Quick Specs:
  • Max Turning Diameter [mm (in)] Ø 200 (Ø 7.87)
  • Max Work Length: [mm (in)] 380 (14.96)
  • Spindle Nose Type JIS A2-6 [Opt. 140 flat]
  • Speed Range [min-1] 79~4,500 [Opt. 6,000]
  • Power 30 min [kW (hp)] 11 (15)
  • Power cont. [kW (hp)] 7.5 (10)
  • Rapid Traverse [m (in)/min] 20 / 25 (787 / 984)
GENOS M460-VE Computer Numerical Control
  • Based on the proven technology of the MB VMC Series, this machine’s thermal stability, accuracy, and rigidity provide high productivity and profitability. Equipped with Okuma’s industry leading THINC-OSP control, this environmentally friendly machine has the power and flexibility to deliver.
  • Quick Specs:
  • Max Machining Volume [mm (in)]: 762x460x460 (30.00x18.11x18.11x18.11)
  • Table Size [mm (in)]: 460x1,000 (18.11x39.37)
  • Spindle Speed [min-1]: 12,000
  • Spindle Motor Power [kW (hp)]: 22 (30)
  • Rapid Traverse C-Axis: 20 min
  • Rapid Traverse [m/min (ipm)]: X-Y 40, Z: 32 
  • (X-Y: 1,575, Z: 1,262)
  • Magazine Capacity 32 Tools
Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials Lab
Equipment Type Description Sample Parts
3D Bioplotter EnvisionTEC 3D Bioplotter Extrusion-based Deposition Modeling
Highly versible multi-material printer that provides the accuracy and versatility needed for engineering. The Bioplotter will print materials which flow below 250C.  Temperature controlled base and print heads allows for direct printing of cellular suspensions, ceramic pastes, and thermoplatics. The equipment is set up inside a laminar flow hood to maintain a sterile environment
EnvisionTEC Perfactory 4 Stereolithography (SL, SLA)
A small-volume rapid prototyping machine based on stereolithography that utilizes a DLP system with a native resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels to crosslink a model layer-by-layer. The Perfactory 4 can either use a UV or Visible light source for the crosslinking of a wide range of polymers. Applications for the compatible materials range from aerospace to biomedical devices and molds. Additionally custom materials can be produced in-house and used with this system.
Financial support for this Machine was provided by the Maryland Nanocenter
Equipment Type Description Sample Parts
nScrypt 3Dn-300HP Micro dispensing tool

The nScrypt system enables high resolution multilayer deposition of nanoparticle inks and slurries supporting the fabrication of advanced 3D structures, including ceramics. The tools can handle materials ranging from low viscosity inks to high viscosity pastes (from 1 to over 1,000,000 cP). The later unique capability is critical for fabrication of near net-shape ceramic structures. With picoliter volume control, the direct-write machine can deposit materials with feature sizes below 10 µm while large area (45x45 cm) patterns can be rastered at speeds up to 50 cm/s, with x, y, and z motion resolution on the order of 0.1 µm. Layer-by- layer 2D and 3D deposition can be performed on flat surfaces as well as conformally over rough or 3D surfaces for the realization of integrated fuel cells, solid-state batteries, solar cells, micro-power systems, energetic material systems, electronic components, bioactive systems that integrate biomacromolecules and live cells, scaffolds for tissue engineering, and beyond. In addition, when combined with the ProX 200 and Connex 500 tools, the nScript system will enable heterogeneous fabrication using multiple passive or active functional materials.