Zortrax M300 Large-Scale 3D Printer


The Zortrax M300 3D printer offers users a much larger workspace and completely new prototyping capabilities.


Zortrax's latest device is based on the same design features as the smaller M200 3D printer but includes several improvements. The 3D printing material spools are larger and allow users to check how much material has been used; making it easier to plan each subsequent print and project. The M300 also comes bundled with side covers. These protect a user's 3D print and help maintain a constant temperature within the build space, which can help prevent any model deformations.


The M300 relies on LPD (layer plastic deposition) printing technology, which consists of applying layer after layer of 3D printing materials that have been melted in high temperatures. The M300 is capable of operating at a resolution between 90 to 300 microns from each single extruder. The 3D printer's workspace measures 300 x 300 x 300 mm, whereas its external dimensions are 490 x 490 x 560 mm. Users can connect with the M300 using SD cards.


The Zortrax M300 comes supplied with all 3D printing necessities, allowing customers to start working with their printer immediately after they've unboxed it. The device is sold together with an entire spool of Z-ULTRAT 3D printing material, a Z-SUITE software program key, and a starter kit that contains safety glasses, gloves, and accessories used to manually trim and clean 3D printed models during post-processing.



  • Z-ULTRAT: a versatile material that allows users to create prototypes with characteristics similar to those created using injection molding techniques
  • Z-HIPS: a material specially designed for printing out larger models with a regular structure. This material's matte finish guarantees a smooth, uniform surface
  • Z-GLASS: a semi-transparent material designed for prototyping products that are meant to be produced using glass or transparent plastic
  • Z-PETG: a material that is resistant to all kinds of salts, acids, and alkalis. Z-PETG allows for the creation of resistant mechanical prototypes which may become exposed to the adverse effects of such chemicals Another characteristic of this material is its sturdiness and high physical resistance

Wall Thickness

  • optimal: 800 microns

Workspace Resolution

  • 90 to 300 microns

Resolution of Single Printable Point

  • 400 microns
  • optimal: 800 microns


  • 300 x 300 x 300 mm
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