The cutting-edge 3D printer that is designed to handle high-temperature materials and the large build volumes.


Designed for minimal upkeep with a touchscreen interface that guides you through every step of the printing process and maintenance.


From print setup to powder recovery, this printer’s user-friendly hardware and software was specifically designed to increase your production efficiency.


Affordable material combined with powder recycling and reduced equipment cost makes the Fuse 1 the best choice for industrial quality printing.


Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) printing, also known as Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), is a popular Additive Manufacturing technology that revolutionizes the manufacturing process. It involves the layer-by-layer construction of objects using a thermoplastic filament. As each layer solidifies, the platform lowers, allowing subsequent layers to be added, resulting in a complete 3D object. The FUNMAT PRO 410 is an open source printer out of the box. No additional licensing or special configuration is needed to use any off-the-shelf filament.

The FUNMAT PRO 610HT boasts a range of features that make it an excellent choice for high-temperature 3D printing. Some of its key features include:


The printer’s extruder is capable of reaching temperatures of up to 450°C, making it possible to print materials such as PEEK, PEI, and Ultem.


With a build volume of 610 x 508 x 508 mm, the FUNMAT PRO 610HT is capable of producing large-scale parts with ease.


The printer is equipped with a filament run-out sensor that alerts users when the filament is running low or has run out, ensuring that you never run out of material mid-print.


The printer’s automatic bed-leveling system ensures that the print bed is always perfectly level, resulting in accurate and consistent prints every time.


The printer’s heated build chamber maintains a stable temperature of up to 90°C, ensuring that printed parts cool down gradually and preventing warping.



Model | FUNMAT PRO 610HT
Printing Technology | Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
Machine Size | 1,710×1,390×2,080mm(67.3×54.7×80.1in)
Machine Netweight | 1,450 kg/3197lb
Build Volume | 610×508×508(24×20×20in)
Build Platform | Vacuum Absorption Platform
Leveling | Automatic Leveling
Layer Thickness | 0.15-0.3mm
Max Travel Speed | XY: Max. 400mm/s Z: Max. 50mm/s
Printing Nozzles | 2 Printing Nozzles Without Scratching
Extruder Temperature | Max. 500℃/932℉
Chamber Temperature | Max. 300℃/572℉
Filament Chamber Temperature | Max 50℃/122°F, with dry compressed air (external air compressor is required)


Below you’ll find answers to our most commonly asked questions.

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What is the temperature capability of the Intamsys FUNMAT PRO 610HT 3D Printer?
The FUNMAT PRO 610HT 3D Printer has impressive temperature capabilities. It can maintain a chamber temperature of 300°C (572°F) and extruder temperatures up to 500°C (932°F) with an all-metal hot end. This wide temperature range allows for printing with high-performance polymers like PEEK, ULTEM, PEKK, and more. Users can create durable parts for demanding applications requiring elevated temperatures.
Can I print functional prototypes with the Funmat HT 3D Printer?

Yes! The Funmat HT can handle a variety of materials, such as PEEK, ULTEM, and PEI, creating high-strength and durable functional prototypes. It has precise temperature control with an all-metal hot end and advanced thermal management system, ensuring accurate printing. The printer can also handle larger parts and multiple components in one go, reducing waste and saving time. The Funmat HT is ideal for aerospace, medical, or industrial fields, offering functional prototypes that meet your specific requirements.

What is the build volume of the FUNMAT PRO 410?

The FUNMAT PRO 410 has a build volume of 305 x 305 x 406 mm (12 x 12 x 16 inches), totaling 37.3 liters. It can handle large prints and multiple small prints in one job, saving time and increasing productivity. Its generous build volume allows you to produce complex or large parts. Whether manufacturing small parts or printing large prototypes, the FUNMAT PRO 410 is up to the task.

What materials can be used with FUNMAT PRO 310?

The FUNMAT PRO 310 supports a wide range of materials including ABS, PLA, PETG, TPU, PVA, HIPS, and more. It can handle standard and specialized filament, allowing for material versatility. With its high-temperature extruder and heated build plate, the FUNMAT PRO 310 is capable of working with engineering-grade materials like PC, PA, PEEK, PEI, and carbon fiber composites. Its adaptability makes it suitable for industries such as prototyping, manufacturing, and research and development.