It is with great sadness that we announce gCreate has ceased all operations and closed on May 1st, 2023. We thank all of our customers for their support and dedication throughout the years, and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
While we are no longer able to provide live support or services related to our 3D printers, we strongly encourage you to visit our resources page, view our support articles, and download all of the manuals and files from the "gMax Google Drive Repository" as soon as possible.
There is also a gMax 3D Printer user-run Facebook group. We hope that you have enjoyed the products and services we have provided in the past. Thank you again for your support.
Large Format 3D Printing for Industrial Applications
18 x 18 x 24 Inch Build Volume
Full Color Highly Responsive Touchscreen
32 Bit Electronics with Silent TMC 2130 Drivers
Strong Metal Frame Enclosure with 360°C Visibility
New and Improved PRO Filament Runout Sensor
G10FR4 Next Gen BuildTak Heated Bed with SSR
All-Metal Slice Engineering Copperhead Hotend
Hiwin Industrial Strength Linear Rails
144 Point BLTouch Self-leveling Bed Sensor
Print 400°C Out of the Box
457.2 x 457.2 x 609.6 mm print volume capabilities.
gMax Customers Include
gMax 2 PRO Enclosure
Now with more filament capabilities than ever, with 30+ material types right out of the box.
Copperhead All-Metal Hotend
Print 400°C out of the box with nozzles from 0.2mm to 1.2mm.
Massive Build Volume
Incredible 18 x18 x 24 inches of print volume!
Industrial Strength Frame
80/20 aluminum frame, steel linear rails and metal components.
Integrated G10FR4 Heated Bed
The integrated BuildTak G10FR4 heated bed is controlled by an external solid state relay.
Many Printing Options
Print from SD Card, USB memory, USB or from the cloud over Wifi with Octoprint.
Optional Rolling Cart with Locking Casters
The perfect way to support your gMax printer and store all of your accessories. Compatible with the gMax 2 PRO enclosure.
Jet Engine Display
This amazing design (by Catiav5ftw) was printed on all gMax 2 prototype printers.