3d printers war: Modix Big60 vs. Creatbot D600 ProDavid Beakey
Why do we talk about this topic? Because there are many potential clients asking such a question. So let’s start the simple battle, by getting the boring stuff out of the way. Nowadays large size 3d printer is much critical, and many people like to use Creatbot D600 pro to print industry models.
Obviously, Modix Big60 and Creatbot D600 Pro both are quite good quality 3d printers on the market, and both support large size printing volume 600x600x600mm. Furthermore, Modix, as well as Creatbot, have proven to be great ones as heavyweight contestants. Coincidentally, both machines came into being in 2016. They are defined as a large size 3d printer.
If you have not heard about any, we think it is worth stating here that the Modix Big60 and Creatbot D600 Pro are industrial grades 3d printers. And they may not be familiar to the hobbyists who create more for fun than for commercial reasons. Both 3d printers are much popular in-company use, because of their big print volume.
Appearance and Design
Getting a new package and unboxing its contents is one of the small joys everyone derives in purchasing new things. So let’s take a look. Modix Big60 comes in the base kit, single print head, while Creatbot D600 Pro in a fully-assembled state. For Creatbot D600 pro, you only need to take several simple steps to remove fixed blocks on the guide rail and start the print test. And for Modix Big60, you will spend hours or even 1-2 days to assemble it. D600 pro is a better choice unless you are a professional engineer who is interested to do the assembling.
Highlighted Features of large size 3d printer
Both Modix Big60 and Creatbot D600 pro are at the top of the pile, and they have many highlighted features to consider. Comparison chart below for reference.
|Modix Big60||Creatbot D600 pro|
|Technology||Fused Depositing Modeling (FDM)||Fused Depositing Modeling (FDM)|
(closed enclosure add-on US$800)
|Fully enclosed||An enclosed printer is neccesary print large parts, or high temperature materials like ABS and PC (avoid warping)|
(secondary print head add-on US$400)
(upgrade hotend to 500°C max US$100)
(260°C&420°C hotend installed, and two spare hotend, FREE)
|Nozzle Dia||0.4, 0.6 & 0.8 mm||0.4mm (0.3/ 0.5/ 0.6/ 0.8/ 1.0mm)|
|Extruder||Direct drive||Direct drive|
|XY Position accuracy||10 μm||5.08 μm|
|Z Position accuracy||0.5 μm||1.25 μm|
|Axis motors||MT-1705HS200A||XY servo motors with gear reduction|
|Print bed||6.35mm thick, Alcoa Mic6 milled cast aluminum plate||Borosilicate glass bed|
|Bed Max temp.||120°C||100°C|
|Bed Leveling||Bltouch probe 100 points||Auto leveling 25 points|
|Assemble||Self Assembly Kit||Fully Assembled|
|User Interface||7” Touch screen Web console||4.3” color touch screen|
|Filament Drying room||NO||YES|
(45°C &65°C optional)
|Filament Run-out sensor||YES||YES|
(save data when power is off)
(turn off the power automatically when printing is complete)
(Casters add-on US$100)
|YES||the casters will allow you to move the printer around with ease. The casters have adjustable leveling to easily adjust the balance of your printer and reduce vibrations.|
(external air-filter device add-on US$1000)
|HEPA air filter sytem|
|Connection||SD Card/ USB||U Disk/ USB|
Above all information, do you still have any further questions or doubts? If yes, no problem, please feel free to contact our service team. We would like to help you out with the problem.
Here we come to the end of today’s 3d printers war between Modix Big60 and Creatbot D600 pro. After comparing the features of both, it’s clear that they both are high-end 3d printers, which are capable of providing users with industrial-grade precision and quality. When you make a choice, you can depend on what you intend to accomplish. No matter which one you choose finally, enjoy your 3d printing.