Starting at ₹ 69,999/-
A “Lite” individually driven Cartesian Gantry that’s proven to deliver consistent quality in 3D Printers for over a decade.
A Direct Drive Extruder System with the least travel path after the drive gear, which
translates to a precise control over filament flow, eliminating stringing or oozing
A World-Class E3D Hotend with internal Surface Roughness engineered for the smoothest filament flow.
3D Printing is not just about heating & pushing out filament, but also cooling the thermoplastic at the right moment. Sporting 3 Fans (1 to Make sure heat doesn't creep up & 2 to cooldown your Printed part), FabX's Signature Active-Triple-Cooling system gives the perfect cooling.
Defaulting a 0.4 mm nozzle means layer-heights upto less than 0.4 mm (let's say 0.35 mm).
Perfect for those super-quick draft-quality Prints during your ideation stages.
...but, for those super slanty slopes or a fine output requirement, push the limits of your FabX & go down to 50 microns(0.05 mm) per layer.
In the image is an actual 3D Printed moai statue in HIPS with 50 micron layers (Not a render).
A non-contact optical limit switch homes your Z axis precisely,
in the range of 5 microns. 3 Points are all you need to level a plane &
the FabX Lite has them - Level it once with an assisted system when you
unbox your FabX (or transport it physically) & forget about levelling.
Get Perfect first layers every single Print!
Laser Cut Chassis out of Reinforced Lite Fiber, assembled by quick snapping; No bends, No
welds, Precision Engineered, making the axes perfectly right angled.
WiFiAvailable as an Add-on
Runs Marlin 2.0
Think about Marlin like the Android of 3D Printers - The most popular Firmware running on a 3D Printer. With features like Linear Advance, Marlin 2.0 predicts filament pressure build-up in the extruder & offsets it in advance, avoiding blobs.
Thermal Runaway Protection cuts off power supply to the heaters if any anomoly is detected. Run your FabX overnights in peace.
Works with your Favourite Slicer.
Simplify3D, Cura, PrusaSlicer, SuperSlicer, Slic3r, MatterControl, any slicer that generates Marlin comaptible gcode.
Unlike Most 3D Printers which remember the last known layer number, FabX 3D Printers remember & recover from the last known location of the extruder on the last known layer, reducing overlaps & hence a much precise recovery after a power loss.
The Most Popular Filament, ideal for quickly realizing your concepts
Easy to Use
Rapid Prototype your designs with ABS to check form & functionality.
Post Processing Friendly
A UV Resistant material, commonly used in Health-Care Appliances.
Making rubbery Tyres for Your robots or cases for your Phones?
For those unique applications where you want a 3D Printed part dissolved.
Dissolves in Water
Online Knowledge Base
Call & Email Support
Extended Warranty @ 22.5% of MRP per Year.
Annual Maintenance Contract @ 12.5% of MRP Year.
Upto 3 Additional Years
historical lifespan of the FabX 3D Printers ranging 5+ years & increasing, repairability is
aspect & has been built into FabX 3D Printers right since the FabX 3 in 2016.
If & When
spares, you don't have to depend just on the OEM. All critical parts on a FabX are
available from 3rd parties. This makes FabX economically the Cheapest 3D Printer in
A Couple of Examples...
The toolhead in the FabX is the E3D Lite6, the most popular hotend, very commonly available with 3rd parties. Just in case, you’re willing to upgrade your hotend to a different make, a drop-in replacement for E3D Lite6 or V6 from another brand would still fit & function.
Another great example is the choice of Motherboard which supports removable stepper drivers. If, in the chance a motor gets too hot & fries up a driver, a replacement would cost ~150 INR (2 USD), compared to replacing the whole motherboard in most other 3D Printers with integrated drivers, costing ~3K INR.
The Gantry! The FabX Pro series uses an expensive H Bot Gantry with Industrial
Rails whereas the FabX Lite Series 3D Printers use a simple Cartesian System
on softrods & bush bearings - This is how most popular 3D Printers are built.
The Hotend! The FabX Pro series uses an E3D v6 with temperatures reaching uptown 295 °C, whereas the FabX Lite Series 3D Printers use an E3D Lite6 which as a Teflon lining inside making it super smooth for PLA.
Yes, FabX supports all 1.75 mm filaments - a general advisory is to not go for cheap quality filaments.
General rule of the thumb - Manufacturing & Functional defects are covered. Physical damages, Wear & Tear would not be covered. Further improper usage like clogged nozzles due to poor quality filaments or wrong temperature settings will not be covered.