MDAC2 Robotic 3D Printing Cell Kit


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The MDAC2 Robotic 3D Printing Cell Kit includes everything you need to take your collaborative robot (cobot) and transform it into a large-scale six-axis 3D printer.

Kit includes:

  • Mobile Cart with Locking Wheels
  • MDPH2 Extruder
  • Heated Build Surface with a 26in x 52in print area
  • MDAC2 Process Cabinet
  • Pellet Hopper
  • MDMCU Pellet Feeding System
  • Feedstock Agitator
  • Extended Nozzle
  • Pellet Starter Pack - over 25kg of pellets

If you're in need of a cobot, we offer a turn-key MDAC2 3D Printing Cell solution that comes standard with ABB's GoFa CRB 15000 10/1.52 Cobot and is certified compatible. 

The MDAC2 3D Printing Cell Kit is also compatible with cobots from brands such as KUKA, FANUC, Yaskawa, and more.  Please reach out to us at if you have compatibility-related questions about your current cobot.

Compatible Filled or Unfilled Materials: ABS, PLA, HIPS, TPU, TPE, PC, PS, and more

Endless Capabilities


The MDPE10 extruder can output up to 10 lbs of material per hour. Its impressive specs coupled with its extreme flexibility make it a highly capable contender for advanced printing in additive manufacturing.

Customer Testimonials


There is a very distinctive design language and quality of construction across all Massive Dimension parts. This combined with the fact that all these components are compatible with each other is a big selling point.

Dr. D-Flo

David Florian, Ph.D.


“We purchased an MDPH02 to convert an already existing industrial filament machine. They came to install it and did a wonderful job. Like most projects of the sort there were some unexpected issues but they made quick work of them and left us with a functioning pellet extruder on a previously filament based machine. Their product is well designed, well made and looks great on our machine!"

Studio Artefact - Montreal

Frédéric Letellier


Thanks to the considered design of Massive Dimensions extruders we can print parts in a wide range of materials, including up to 400°C, effortlessly and successfully.”

AI Build

Luke Rogers - London