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FabX India

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India's most popular

High Precision Entry Level 3D Printer

Open for Pre-Orders

Build Volume
120 L X 120 W X 120 H mm - FabX
150 L X 150 W X 150 H mm - FabX Plus

Printing Temp
175 to 245° C
Supported Materials
PLA, PET-G, Wood, Metal Composites, Other PLA Composites,
Flexible and Magnetic Build plate
User friendly build Platform

Did You Know?

The World's Lightest Satellite was
3D Printed on a FabX


Comes in Two Variants

Build Volume
150 mm * 150 mm * 150 mm

Build Volume
120 mm * 120 mm * 120 mm

Specialities of the FabX Series

FabX 4 Cooling Fans
The FabX packs an E3D Hotend moving on premium Industry-Grade rails.
Added to that, it features an

Active triple cooling system.

While the hotend fan prevents heat from seaping up & thus preventing clogs, the two other ducted fans provide rapid cooling, thus enabling the FabX to handle extreme bridging with minimal to no supports.

This also makes the FabX print High speeds with ease.

Snap & Silent

The New and Improved Snap Fit Assembly
along with Hard MDF Chassis has helped us
manufacture the most silent FabX ever.

Snap Fit Mechanism also reduces vibrations
and enables ultra high accuracy outputs.


Don’t Fight it. Just Flex it!

flexible plate
The brand new REDD MagFlex build platform is both magnetic and flexible making it the most user friendly build platform in a 3D Printer. Instead of fighting with the build plate to remove the object, all you have to do is flex the build sheet.

Sleek Control Panel

FabX unlike all it's predecessors, possesses a sleek LCD control panel which displays live info during a print.

Power the FabX , slice in Cura, insert SD Card with the Gcode, Choose it via the control panel and print. What more? Pause, Resume, Change Filament, Tune Temperature & Adjust Print speed on the fly.

Materials Compatible

Composites: Silk . Wood . Aluminium . Gold . Brass . Bronze . Copper

Any other non-soft Filament that melts under 245° C & requires no heated bed

Software Compatible

FabX 4 Cura

Import from your favorite Design Platform

Tinkercad, Sketchup, Solidworks, Fusion360, Maya, Zbrush, Openscad or any of the various CAD software, Export in one of the compatible formats like stl, obj, amf, etc & you’re ready to 3D Print.

Slicing Software

The FabX runs Marlin, meaning which it’s compatible with a variety of Slicing Software.
Cura, Simplify3D, Mattercontrol, Slic3r, the list goes on..


Beginners : Cura (Free)
Advanced : Simplify3D

Use Cases

Timelapse Videos of FabX

Technical Specifications


Printing Technology

FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)

Heated Bed


Build Volume

120 L X 120 W X 120 H mm - FabX

150 L X 150 W X 150 H mm - FabX Plus

Layer Resolution

50~300 microns

Positioning Precision

XY: 11 microns [0.0004 in]

Z: 2.5 microns [0.0001 in]

Filament Diameter

1.75 mm [0.069 in]

Nozzle Diameter

0.4 mm [0.015 in]

Printing Temperature

175 to 245 Degrees Celcius


Frame & Body

Hard MDF

Extruder Quantity


Product Dimension

332 X 296 X 357mm - FabX

362 X 326 X 387mm - FabX Plus

Shipping Dimension


Product Weight

5Kg (FabX) / 6Kg (FabX Plus)

Shipping Weight

6Kg (FabX) / 7Kg (FabX Plus)

Software & Electrical


Cura, Simplify 3D

File Type


Operating Systems

Windows 7/8/10

Mac OS X


USB Cable, SD Card, LCD

Language Support


AC Input

~230 V, 50-60 Hz

Power Consumption


In the box..

  • FabX 3D Printer

  • PLA Filament Spool - 250g

  • Documents

    - User Manuel, Checklist, Warranty & Support Document

  • Toolkit

    - Nipper, Tweezers, Allen Keys, SD Card & Card Reader, Bowden Tube, Power Cable, USB Cable, REDD MagFleX Build Sheet

  • Software

    - Cura, Optimized FabX Cura Profiles, Sample Print GCodes


Who generally buys the FabX?
Over the last 3 Years, we have shipped out thousands of 3D Printers from the FabX Series. These have been a mixture of individuals looking forward to start 3D Printing businesses, Hobbyists, Makerspaces, Prototyping Service Providers, Product Designers, Interior designers, Additive Manufacturing Lab Setups, Schools & Colleges.

With the spec and the price tag, FabX is the most ideal 3D Printer for Desktop Prototyping where the build requirements are less than 150*150*150 cu mm.
How is it different from other 3D Printers?
The FabX is probably the only 3D Printer with it’s spec in it’s price category. For e.g. finding a Domestic 3D Printer whose hotend goes upto 300 deg C and one with a heated bed is difficult. The FabX does that.
What knowledge is required to operate the FabX?
If you can operate a computer, you can operate a FabX, however, understanding the concepts in-depth helps better. You might want to attend one of our 3D Printing Workshops. A complimentary pass could be given on the purchase of a FabX.

Alternatively, we have a quick start video.
Is there a learning curve involved?
To get your first prints, it shouldn’t take you more than a 10-15 min learning. For an advanced level, it’ll take some experience with the 3D Printer and probably a few weeks learning.
Can I use the FabX for commercial purposes like a business?
Absolutely. A good amount of our customers who run successful businesses have started with a FabX. You could also be a part of Spots, which is currently a hyperlocal listing service for 3D Printing & related services. This would instantly expose your business to our web traffic. Spots is currently in Beta & is free.
Does the box have everything to get started?
You might have to buy the consumables separately.
Can the FabX 3D Print in flexible materials?
The FabX has a bowden mechanism for feeding the filament. This means the stepper motor responsible for extrusion is far from the hotend and the filament is pushed through a tube. This makes it difficult for soft materials like TPE. However this mechanism has a huge advantage of not having moving weights (stepper motor) on the gantry - This enables it to print much faster with no vibrations. The FabX sacrifices printing in soft materials in return for higher quality & faster prints with all other materials.
What’s the warranty on the product and how is it serviced?
The FabX comes with a 1 Year warranty - covers functionality aspects of the machine & not wear n tear, physical damage etc. Most of the machine design is modular. If there’s a minor part failure, a replacement would be shipped and instructions would be provided to fix. In case of major issues, depending on your location, an engineer could be sent or the product would be picked up by us remotely, for servicing.
What kind of maintenance is required after purchasing the 3D Printer?
We expect you to keep the machine clean and dust free. Cover it up when not using for longer periods. Do not try to load or unload filaments when the extruder is cold.
How long can the machine run continuously?
The FabX is capable of running 24*7. In our offices, the 3D Printers deployed for services, keep running back to back, sometimes for weeks together.
Is the FabX Cloud Compatible?
Yes. It’s compatible with cloud platforms like Octoprint, Astroprint etc. However you’ll have to procure a raspberry pi separately & install the OS yourself. This is not part of the package & such a service is not currently provided by us.

By default, prints can be initiated on the FabX via USB or an SD Card. (Supplied with the machine).

3D Printed on FabX