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Applications for the BigRep ONE

BigRep One is a tool designed for professionals and creators who are seeking cost effective and high performance 3D printing systems that produce full-scale build-volume objects.

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Technical Specifications

BigRep One features a no compromise full aluminum frame design and professional CNC components to provide the strength and robustness for thousands of successful printing hours.

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Big Ideas. Big Prints.

Founded in 2014, BigRep set sail to transform the 3D printing and manufacturing business. With its 1.3 m³, the BigRep ONE opens the gateway to a new dimension of 3D printing and 3D manufacturing.

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From the Blog

12 December

Production ramping up

Posted in Work in Progress

This summer we moved to our new premises in Berlin-Kreuzberg. At the beginning the spacey loft was empty but quickly it filled up with our fast growing team, and now it is packed with printers, because the production of our brand new model BigRep ONE.2 is in full swing. These days transport boxes are lining […]

8 December

Innovation exhibition in Sweden

Posted in Exhibition

ELMIA Subcontractor in Jönköping/Sweden is the biggest trade show for the subcontracting industry in Northern Europe and Scandinavia. Dr. Sascha Peters, a renowned innovation consultant and materials expert as well as founder and owner of HAUTE INNOVATION in Berlin, took us there. He curated an innovation exhibition about the latest edge material-based technologies. BigRep was […]

6 December

On the road again … to EuroMold2014

Posted in Exhibition

At EuroMold2014 from 25-28 November in Frankfurt we presented our updated serial model, the BigRep ONE.2. Prototypes, models or molds as well as products for end users like designer furniture can be printed out directly due to the giant printing volume of 1,3m³. As a proof of our concept we brought a real case study […]

Case Studies

What our users are doing with BigRep ONE.

  • Michael Pawlyn, Founder and Director of Exploration

    Showcasing Exploration’s working philosophy and embracing 3D printing’s capacity for radically increased resource efficiency, the exhibition’s central installation will take the form of a long sweeping display structure designed using innovative SKO software – a structural optimisation computer programme based on the adaptive growth patterns of trees and bones. Large-scale 3D printing pioneer Lukas Oehmigen of BigRep will be printing the specially designed exhibition installation.

    Exploration Architecture

    - Michael Pawlyn, Founder and Director of Exploration