Whether streamlining surgical processes or advancing medical education and preparation, the MGS01 FDM 3D Printer is your innovative partner, delivering top-tier results, reducing surgical risks, and leading to overall enhanced procedural outcomes. Explore how the MGS01 can redefine the future of your medical and surgical projects.

Key Features

12x Faster, More Efficient

32mm³/s high Flow Hot Nozzle

Vibration/Layer Optimization

Speed and Efficiency

The MGS01 offers a dazzling print speed of up to 600mm/s, supported by an extraordinary acceleration of 20,000mm/s², making it approximately 12 times faster than conventional models.

High-Performance Nozzle

Equipped with a high flow 32mm³/s nozzle, the MGS01 heats up to 200°C in just 40 seconds. This feature ensures thorough melting of materials even at high speeds, guaranteeing excellent print quality every time.

Vibration and Layer Optimization

With an integrated vibration sensor, the MGS01 effectively controls resonance, enhancing the texture and consistency of each layer, resulting in superior print clarity and fidelity.

MGS01 FDM 3D Printer Parameters
Moldingt echnologyFDM
Print size300×300×300mm
Print layer thickness0.1-0.35mm
Printing accuracy100土0.1mm
Printing speed≤600mm/s
Nozzle temperature≤320°C
Heating bed temperature≤120°C
Extruder typeDual gear proximal extruder
Nozzle diameter0.4mm (optional 0.6/0.8mm)
Filament diameter1.75mm
Discharging mechanismScrew extruder
Slicing softwarePlocreat slicer
Rated power1000W
Power requirements100-240V~,50/60Hz
Warranty12 months manufacturer's warranty
Technical Support:Unlimited lifetime technical support

Application Areas

Customized Surgical model

It can be used for preoperative surgical planning or surgical rehearsal,as well as preoperative matching of individualized implants. Surgical training models for various disease states can be designed and printed according to the doctor’s requirements.


Bone Tumor Resection Surgery

The patient’s MR examination revealed a huge bone tumor in the pelvis, and he was subsequently scheduled to be hospitalized for surgical removal.

In order to have a reference to the actual size of the tumor during surgery, doctors recommend that 3D printing be used to create a model including the tumor, aorta, and adjacent parts in vitro before surgery for intraoperative reference.

Clinical results show that the 3D model group has shorter operation time, less intraoperative bleeding and postoperative drainage than the non-3D model group, improves surgical accuracy, shortens operation time, and achieves better surgical results.

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