ELEGOO OrangeStorm Giga is an enormous 3D printer that supports up to four nozzles (Crowdfunding)

If you’ve found yourself frustrated more than once because the build volume of your 3D printer was too small for your prints, the ELEGOO OrangeStorm Giga should meet most people’s requirements as the enormous 3D printer offers an 800 x 800 x 1,000mm building volume, and can also be fitted with four nozzles and filament spools to print multiple objects at the same time.

Besides the ability to print larger objects and multiple objects, you won’t need to find a table for it, since the gigantic 3D printer would typically be installed on the floor. Those large 3D printers have been available to businesses for years, but it’s the first time I’ve seen a consumer-grade 3D printer with those dimensions!

ELEGOO OrangeStorm Giga

ELEGOO OrangeStorm Giga specifications:

  • Build Volume – 800 x 800 x 1,000mm
  • Nozzle Maximum Temperature – 300°C
  • Nozzle Diameter – 0.6mm
  • Number of nozzles – 1, expandable to 4
  • Hot Bed Maximum Temperature – 90°C at an ambient temperature of 25°C
  • Printing Accuracy – ±0.1mm
  • Layer Thickness – 0.1 to 0.5mm (recommended 0.3mm)
  • Printing Speed: 30-300mm/s (default 150mm/s)
  • Extruder Type: Dual-gear proximal extruder
  • Extrusion Reduction Ratio: 5.2
  • Printing Material: PLA/ABS/TPU/Nylon
  • Filament Diameter – : 1.75mm
  • Leveling Method: Automatic leveling through 121 leveling points
  • Display
    • Full-color 7-inch HD capacitive screen
    • Mainboard with Rockchip RK3328 quad-core 64-bit Arm processor running Klipper
  • Host interfaces – USB, Ethernet, WiFi
  • Slicing Software – ELEGOO Cura, Cura
  • Supported File Formats – STL, OBJ
  • Printing File Format – G-Code
  • Input Voltage – 100-120V/220-240V; 50/60Hz
  • Power – 1800W (TBC/TBD)
  • Dimensions – 1,214 x 1,050 x 1,377 mm
  • Weight – 76.5kg (package: 90kg)
  • Operating Temperature Range – 5 to 40°C

3D printer multi nozzle printing

Some other features not listed in the specifications include filament detection, power loss recovery (as it should on this type of larger printer), “user-friendly” belt knobs to adjust the tightness of the belts, and support for 5kg filament spools.

ELEGOO has launched the OrangeStorm Giga on Kickstarter and has managed to raise close to four million dollars from over 2,000 backers so far. The campaign launched with a $1,250 early bird reward that’s not available, but it is still possible to pledge $1,500 plus shipping to get the giant 3D printer in March 2024 if everything goes according to plans. Failed 3D printer crowdfunding campaigns are frequent, but ELEGOO is an established company that has manufactured other 3D printer models in the past, so the risk of failure should be low. Additional information may also be found on the product page.

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6 months ago

Impressive, it’s so large that it managed to print a woman holding a ball, with great realism!

6 months ago


6 months ago

Aaah if things got printed as fast as in the video…

6 months ago

Don’t think it is really feasible printing that big a things, will take to long and the least of failures and you have to start over, better print in parts and assemble.

6 months ago

Feasible? Maybe with your old technology. Printers print cleaner and faster than every before

6 months ago

No doors? I can imagine dog crawling into it while its turned on, or children.

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6 months ago

Another 3D printer that’s just opened their crowdfunding campaign in November is the Lite3DP Gen2 open source resin 3D printer. Looks pretty nifty!

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