Refurbished MDPH2 or MDPE10 - Pellet Head Extruder
These units are a great way to get started with direct pellet to print extrusion. All refurbished equipment goes through mechanical verification. Enclosures and mechanical parts may show some wear and have scratches or dents that otherwise do not effect the quality of extrusion. We are having the screw and bearings replaced in all systems during the refurbishing process. Consider these units as broken in. They may have a few dents or scratches but the inside is as good as new. These systems come with a 365-day warranty. For any information about the specific equipment please refer to the corresponding product listings. MDPH2, MDPE10
Please note that we may not always have a refurbished system in stock and it is first come first serve when they are available.
Refurbished systems can't be applied to bundles nor can they be any further discounted.
The MDPH2 is the original direct pellet-to-print large-format extruder by Massive Dimension, drawing on nearly a decade of experience engineering pellet-fed machines for filament production. After two years of production, though it has been superseded in size by our flagship MDPE10, the MDPH2 remains a stalwart, lightweight and economical option for those looking to break into the frontier of large-format additive manufacturing. Put to the test by consumers and industrial users alike, the design has been proven out as a reliable workhorse that can be carried by robust XYZ or SCARA systems as well as robotic arms.
The MDPE10 is the newest direct print extruder from Massive Dimension. This MDPE10 extruder outputs 10lbs per hour, five times more material than the MDPH2 extruder. This higher output allows for shorter print times and wider wall thicknesses in a single pass. The MDPE10 has three more heat zones, for a total of 4 zones, and a 24:1 L/D ratio hot swappable extruder screws. To meet the demands of the polymer processing characteristics 5 screws have been designed for the job. The zones and longer screw melt, pressurize, and output polymer more consistently during large format 3D printing.