Felix Pro L

The new FELIX Pro L additive manufacturing system has been designed to perform at scale, and has been constructed to ensure reliable output for larger parts. This is a manufacturing tool for every stage of the product development and manufacturing workflow with an optimal price and performance ratio that can meet the demands of industry.

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The Pro L can work with a wide selection of filament, including PLA, ABS, PETG, PVA, FLEX, Carbon fiber, Nylon, Glass and Wood ll.

To ensure the quality and reliability upon which FELIX printers has built its reputation, this system incorporate highly engineered print chambers, which incorporate an enclosed warm zone and a cold zone. The warm zone supports consistent temperature control during the build, which is particularly important when printing materials with a high shrinkage factor, such as ABS, carbon fiber or Nylon.

The cool zone houses the printer’s electronics, making sure that they don’t overheat and cause problems.

The Felix Pro L integrates dual extrusion printing and a special mechanism that ensures the print heads operate symbiotically. That is, when the dual nozzles are printing they remain at different print levels, eliminating any risk of collision and reducing the chances of print failure. Further, if only one nozzle is in use, the other will automatically rotate away from the print, so that there is no interference.

Other features, such as an intuitive 18 cm touchscreen module with integrated print-server allow for unparalleled ease of use. This particular feature, consisting of a “small but powerful” octacore computer, enables users to remotely monitor their prints via webcam, manage print files, render G-codes and even create a time lapse of the print. In terms of connectivity, the large-format 3D printers can be accessed by USB and/or WiFi, and can be connected in a LAN network or as a standalone machine.

While large, the Pro L formfactor has been designed specifically to be easily movable — at installation or within a manufacturing setting it can easily be transported through a normal office door opening (900 mm).

Base Specifications

  • Build size (LxWxH): 300 x 400 x 400 mm or 11.8” x 15.75” x 15.75”
  • Build volume: 48 Liter / 12.7 Gallon
  • Physical dimensions (LxWxH): 600 x 666 x 776 mm or 24” x 26” x 31”
  • Total weight: approx. 63 kg

Additional information


Aftermarket & Replacement Parts, Art & Popular Culture, Casting, Concept Modeling, Dimensional Accuracy, Display & Visualization, Elastomeric Structures, Ergonomics, Hot / Cold Molding, Housings & Covers, Injection Molding, Jigs & Fixtures, Masks & Plugs, Molds, Production Parts, Props & Costumes, Prototypes, R&D, Reverse Engineering, Small & Medium Run Manufacturing, Snap Fit & Live Hinges, Tooling


Aerospace, Architecture & Design, Automotive, Construction, Consumer & Durable Goods, Education, Engineering, Entertainment & Art, Fashion & Jewelry, Government & Defense, Healthcare & Medical, Manufacturing, Prototyping & Modeling, Research & Development

Material Characteristics

Biodegradable, Chemical Resistance, Cold Resistance, Electrostatic Dissipation, Flame Retardance, Flexibility, Heat Resistance, High Compression Strength, High Shear Strength, High Strength, High Tensile Strength, Humidity & Moisture Resistance, Impact Resistance, Rigidity, Superior Surface Finish, UV Resistance, Water Resistance

Technology Type

Composits, Dual Extrusion, Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF/FDM)


ABS, ABS-X, ABS, PLA, and more, ASA, Carbon Fiber, Carbon fiber reinforced (CFR), ESD, FLEX, HIPS, Metal Fill, NYLON, Other Materials On Spec, PETG, PLA, PVA, TPU, Wood Fill

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