HIGH QUALITY PARTS FROM ENGINEERING MATERIALS
Fiber Reinforced // High Temperature // Flexible // and More…
Quickly Change between nozzle sizes with magnetic tool cartridges.
The Nautilus comes standard with a 0.40mm Tool Cartridge for a great balance between speed and detail. Additional tool cartridges for more specialized applications are sold separately.
Expand your printing capabilities with the Nautilus Tool Cartridge Ecosystem.
0.25mm Tool Cartridge — for high-detail.
0.80mm Tool Cartridge — for high-speed and strength.
Thanks to the Nautilus’ modular Tool Cartridge system, the possibilities are endless and the ecosystem does not stop here…
A fully enclosed build environment capable of high temperatures allows the Nautilus to print engineering materials like ABS, ASA, Poly-carbonate, and more with a greatly reduced chance of warping compared to a typical open frame 3D printer.
The enclosure also keeps unpleasant smells generated from printing certain materials from escaping as easily. While a vent on the side with mounting for two 90mm fans can be used for fume extraction or filtration to reduce the risk of harmful micro plastics particles escaping into your work environment.
The magnetically attached flexible print surface on the Nautilus makes it quick and easy to remove parts. No more scraping and prying to get parts off, which can damage the part and the print surface during the process.
Always have the best print surface for a given material to ensure good bed adhesion and a successful print. A PEI print surface is included with the Nautilus, while a BuildTak Original one will be sold separately with the potential for even more options becoming available in the future.
THE NAUTILUS MONITORS ITSELF SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO!
Filament run-out sensor — ensures you will never loose a print because you ran out of material mid print.
Crash detection — eliminates layer shifts by monitoring motor load and correcting the position of the tool head if a motor losses its position.
Power Loss Recovery — in the event of a power failure you have the option to resume the print when the Nautilus is powered back on.
Start by bringing your design into the powerful industry leading Cura slicing software.
Hydra Research has worked tirelessly to develop a custom slicing configuration for Ultimaker Cura specifically tuned for the Nautilus.
These specially designed material profiles ensure you get great print results right out of the box without having to tweak any complicated parameters and settings.
Once you have prepared your 3D model for printing in Cura, you can wirelessly upload the job to the Nautilus directly within the Cura application.
You can also keep an eye on the progress of your print from the web browser of any internet connected device on the same network using Nautilus Web Control.
A large 7in full color touch screen makes navigating the Nautilus’ menus quick and intuitive. Easily start prints, load material, change tools, and more without having to battle complicated menu systems on a small low res display.