German RepRap

3D Printing - A Vision That Moves The World.

Additive manufacturing technology has become indispensable and is continuously gaining importance. German RepRap 3D printers offer large print volumes and an open source to materials. These printers have been optimized for professional users to push the limits of 3D printing. A diverse range of different materials allows a suitable product for every application. In addition to commonly used plastics, German RepRap offers special, high-performance materials; including robust thermoplastics, flexible materials such as TPU or fiber-penetrated plastics such as carbon filament, and more. Materials are available in different diameters, sizes, and colors - allowing you to achieve an optimal printing result. Since 2010, German RepRap has been developing their X Series 3D printers. These 3D printers are based on Fused Filament Fabrication technology, also known as FFF. A key aspect of their printer is the Open Material Platform, which allows you to use a variety of consumables for printing. New materials are continuously being tested and included in their range, which means users aren't limited and can adapt the printing to personal requirements.

Innovation With Passion

Worldwide Network

German RepRap has a constantly expanding network of re-sellers. The company, German RepRap, is represented in countries worldwide - with more than 50 locations in over 30 countries around the world.

German RepRap 3D Printers Worldwide


Whether foreign cultures or new subject areas - German RepRap is familiar with both. Their international network promotes cross-location and cross-border cooperation with customers and colleagues.
german reprap 3d printers x400


The X400 allows fast, precise 3D printing applications and comes with a well-spaced printing volume of 43L in total. The X400 is the perfect choice for precise industrial manufacturing of single large volume components and serial productions of full batches in one printing job. The x400 is equipped with a touch display, the latest extruder technology, a new ventilation system for material and components, a filament tracking system, and more.

german reprap 3d printers x500


The X500 is designed for continuous operation with high temperature materials. It comes with a large building chamber and a series of innovative features that focus on the demands of industrial applications. The X500 is the best choice for new material developments in the future. It's also equipped with a filament tracking system, dual extruder technology, and a ceramic printing bed.

german reprap 3d printers x1000


Meet the X1000 - a design that meets the highest standards for industrial applications. The X1000 comes with a printing volume of 480L, a solid steel frame, a weight of 400kg, and additional safety features for precise industrial manufacturing of single large volume components, as well as serial production of full batches in one printing job. The X1000 also offers high process reliability, safety features, filament monitoring, a ceramic printing bed, and more.

german reprap 3d printers l320

The L320 printer utilizes Liquid Additive Manufacture (LAM) technology on an open 3D printing platform - which allows you to use a range of readily available materials to print your parts. This new technology combines the use of liquid materials with thermal cross-linking using a halogen lamp to control printing at the molecular level. This makes it possible to create parts using geometries and shapes that were previously very difficult or impossible to manufacture using conventional production methods.

Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

Fused filament fabrication (FFF) is a manufacturing process. During this process, an object is produced in layers from a meltable plastic. The selected plastic is heated and built-up by extrusion with a special nozzle by repeated application and curing on the printing bed. German RepRap's open system allows you to use a variety of materials in order to find the right solution to fit your needs.

Liquid Additive Manufacturing (LAM)

Liquid Additive Manufacturing (LAM) is an additive manufacturing process. During this process, liquids (or materials with low strength) can be processed additively. For example, materials like Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) are used here. In the future, other liquids will also become conceivable. The technical properties of LAM printed objects and objects from the injection molding process are nearly identical. Other advantages include the high process speed, distortion-free 3D printing with any geometry, and more.
German RepRap LAM vs FFF