Macro HT

From functional prototypes to strong production parts

Macro HT

From functional prototypes to strong production parts

Macro High Temperature

Reliable and accurate parts in high performance materials

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200°C chamber

Materials printed at their Tg provide optimal strength and prevent contraction.

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HT materials

ULTEM, PEKK, PPSU and other high resistance materials at their best.

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Beltless motion

Benefit from improved accuracy and high uptimes.

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Hybrid Drying Technology™

Moisture-free materials thanks to ancillary dryer improve their performance and guarantee print results.

Macro HT

An actively controlled chamber where materials achieve their optimal performance


One of the key elements enabling a material extrusion process to produce high performance parts is thermal stability. Polymers, particularly crystallines, are prone to contraction when the chamber’s temperature is unstable. This makes thermal stability fundamental, particularly when printing larger parts.


In addition, when printing occurs at the polymer’s glass transition temperature, its molecular chain favors bonding with the newly deposited layer. This process improves layer adhesion significantly, as well as the part’s isotropic strength. These are key enablers for additive manufacturing to replace traditional subtractive processes.

A beltless motion system for improved
accuracy and high uptime


0.05 mm accuracy

Macro HT features a hybrid motion system using ball screws for XY motion. This improves the printer’s accuracy to optimal values for the part sizes the system can print.


Reduced downtime

Besides, beltless motion prevents the components’ wear and tear, improving the printer’s uptime and reducing the need for regular maintenance.

Smart3D Filaments


There is nothing like a reliable and open material industrial FFF platform with high temperature control to enable the widest material capabilities on the market. If your filament can be printed, it will print best on your Macro HT.



Technology: Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
Build volume:
W: 350 mm - D: 350 mm - H: 400 mm / W: 13.8” - D: 13.8” - H: 15.7”

Filament diameter:
Print head:
Dual extrusion with automatic nozzle lifting
Maximum nozzle temperature:
Maximum chamber temperature:
200ºC, actively controlled
Layer resolution:
Up to 20 μm
Extrusion flow:
47 mm3/s (default) – 75 mm3/s (accessory)
Bed leveling:
Air filtration:
HEPA filter and activated carbon
Supported materials
: All Smart3D Materials, including PEEK CF, PEKK, PEI ULTEM 1010, PEI ULTEM 9085, PPSU.
Smart3D Material Partnership Program – Third-party materials

Mechanics and electronics

XY motion: Beltless system with ballscrews / hybrid motors
Z motion: Precision leadscrews
Display: 7” capacitive touch screen
Monitoring: Live camera
Smart3D Dry-Feeds (2X): Moisture control and advanced sensors
Connectivity: Ethernet, WiFi, USB, USB drive, NFC
Power requirements: 110/230V - 3300W
Operating temperature: 10-30ºC


Supplied software: Smart3D Slicer, Smart3D Cloud, Smart3D LAN
Supported OS: Windows, Mac, Linux
File types: 3Ds, 3MF, AMF, OBJ, STL, G-code

Size and weight

Product dimensions: W: 846mm D: 715mm H: 1125mm / W: 33.3” D: 28.1“ H: 44.3”
Packaging dimensions: W: 1264mm D: 1048mm H: 1502mm / W: 49.7” D: 41.2“ H: 59.1”

A scalable production approach

The scalable approach enables low initial investments, which may be increased gradually to meet manufacturing demand.

Macro HT is also production ready

Modularity and scalability are in Macro’s DNA. The same process that enables companies to transition from product development with their Prototyping Units to manufacturing with their Production Modules with a shared hardware, software and material platform, is extended to the High Temperature versions of the technology.

A flexible LT-HT setup for production systems

Production Modules have been designed for a flexible configuration dependent on the user’s needs. While companies may use their PM’s for the mass production of repeated sets of parts, customers can combine 2 LT and 2 HT chambers in their modules.