50 to 80 mm/s
190 mm x 195 mm x 200 mm
100 to 400 micron / 0.1 to 0.4 mm
It uses Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), Marketed as Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3d printer technology.
There's a direct extruder inside.
This direct drive extruder means that the extruder is mounted on the printhead. This then pushes the filament directly into, and out of, the hot end and into your print.
|Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), Marketed as Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)|
The printer can use 400 micron / 0.4 mm nozzles.
The usable filament diameter is a 1.75 mm diameter.
There are 1 extruders in the printer. Having more than one extruder attached to the printer can help you print material faster, as the printer can focus on multiple elements at once.
The recommended maximum printing speed is 50 to 80 mm/s. This printing speed can affect the quality of the print, so make sure this speed falls within ranges you would like.
You'll get a 190 mm x 195 mm x 200 mm in the FlashForge Artemis, so make sure everything you want to print fits in this. You can make do by making your print in pieces, and then assembling, however, sometimes you'll just need a larger build area.
Usable Filament Diameter
Max Power Consumption
|190 mm x 195 mm x 200 mm|
Build Plate Attachment
Max. Nozzle Temperature
|500°F / 260°C|
|7.5 x 7.7 x 7.9" / 19.1 x 19.6 x 20.1 cm (1 Extruder)|
Number of Extruders
Max Build Plate Temperature
|230°F / 110°C|
|100 to 400 micron / 0.1 to 0.4 mm|
|XY Axis: 11 micron / 0.011 mm Z Axis: 2.5 micron / 0.0025 mm|
Build Chamber During Process
Max Recommended Printing Speed
|50 to 80 mm/s|
Filament Runout Sensor
Powerloss Fail Safe
|22 lb / 10 kg|
|16.4 x 18.5 x 16" / 416 x 469 x 406 mm|
|115 to 230 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|22 lb / 10 kg|