The Omega is bigger, sturdier, and has a heated chamber and bed to make quick work (300 mm/s) of dimensionally accurate tooling in heavy-duty materials, such as carbon fiber nylon. It has an integrated filament dryer for when you forget to put your materials away and an easy-swap nozzle change feature.
BCN3D took what users loved about the Epsilon — like the independent dual extruders (IDEX), XYZ autocalibration, and, let’s not forget, the affordable price tag — and fortified it into a shop-floor workhorse.
The I60, which is an open-material platform (no fees), will sell for just over $20K, making it one of the most affordable, higher-temp FDMs on the market. Let’s take a closer look.