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Kings FGF1600 3D Printer

A specific model for converting raw materials into a granular form and directly print them.

Kings FGF1600 3D Printer


Weight 2976 lbs
Dimensions 104.8 × 76.8 × 102 in
Build Volume

63x47x52 in / 1600x1200x1300 mm


Rated Power Consumption


3D printers


Printing material

Polymer composites

Machine model


Molding technology

Fused granular fabrication

Working surface temperature

≤120 degrees Celsius

Workbench contact surface

Magnetic platform/tempered glass

Optional nozzle diameter

0,039-0,315in 1-8mm

The maximum temperature of the nozzle

≤350 degrees Celsius (500 degrees Celsius is optional)

Nozzle heating method

Three-zone intelligent heating

Printing connection method


Slicing supported formats


Compressed air pressure




Material particle diameter

0,039-0,197in 1-5mm

Storage hopper volume

132,3Lb 60kg

Automatic feeder


Chamber heating


Drive mode

Servo motor

Power supply voltage

Single-phase AC 220V


1350kg, 2976Lb

3D Printer Dimensions

104,8×76,8x102in, 266x195x259cm


The Kings FGF1600 is a 3D printer that can convert raw materials into a granular form directly onto the print bed. It is specifically designed for printing large projects, which allows for shorter turnaround times and increased reliability. Additionally, this printer offers low material costs, fast printing speeds, and produces final products with high strength.

Multi-zone Heating Build Plate

  • The build plate has multiple heating zones that can be controlled independently. This allows for selective heating of different areas to prevent unnecessary power consumption.
  • The build plate can reach a maximum temperature of 145°C.
  • The build plate is designed to release stress and maintain a flat surface, ensuring the stability of the workpiece.
  • When a single area of the build plate is heated to 100°C, the flatness error is ≤0.2mm/㎡.

Advanced Process Control

  • The Advanced Process Control system includes a self-developed, all-digital bus-type high-end CNC device. It supports the self-developed NCUC bus protocol and EtherCAT bus protocol, allowing for compatibility with bus-type full-digital servo drive units, absolute servo motors, and remote I/O units. It also integrates a handheld unit interface. The system features a dual IPC unit structure, with high-end CNC system functions such as high-speed and high-precision machining control, five-axis linkage control, multi-axis and multi-channel control, two-axis synchronous control, and error compensation. The system has a user-friendly and humanized HMI, as well as a unique intelligent APP platform and network communication capabilities for digital workshops.


This innovative technology allows for faster turnaround times and increased reliability, while also reducing material costs. The final products created by the Kings FGF1600 have high strength and durability, making it ideal for a variety of applications. These include sculpture making, furniture designing, toy manufacturing, art crafts, mold production, plaques, and landscape signs. Kings FGF1600 printer is primarily designed for printing large-scale objects. It is worth noting its reliability, low material costs, high printing speed, time-saving capabilities, and the durability of the final product. It is used for printing finished products such as boats, cars, wind turbine blades, etc., as well as full-scale prototypes, interior and exterior objects, sculptures, furniture design, landscape design items, etc.


The traditional process of manufacturing aluminum steel molds typically takes 1-2 months. However, with Kings’ integrated manufacturing process, which involves both adding and subtracting materials, molds can be produced and put into production within just 1-2 weeks. This allows for the timely adaptation of molds to keep up with product design updates, significantly reducing the product design time and R&D cycle for businesses. It also improves workflow efficiency in creative applications, resulting in faster output of finished products.


Here is an example of a vase that was printed using Kings FGF1600. You can see the weight of the vase and the speed at which it was printed.


Size of the vase25.2×24.8×49.2 in/ 641×631×1250mm
Weight24.6lbs / 11.2kg
Line width0.1969in / 5mm
Layer thickness0.0787in / 2mm
Printing time6 hours


Another advantage of using Kings FGF 3D printers is the lower material cost. These printers use an extrusion-based process, which allows for the direct conversion of raw materials onto the print bed. This means that the products produced can be used outside. Additionally, the rapid additive and subtractive prototyping process used by these printers minimizes waste material, resulting in high material utilization. Overall, this leads to lower material costs and improved reliability, as well as shorter turnaround times.



FURNITURE & DESIGN. In response to the increasing and varied market demand, we have introduced our FGF solution, which offers a more cost-effective and time-saving option. Service providers in the cutting-edge industry are utilizing 3D printing technology for the production of complex geometries. This technology is widely used in various industries such as sculpture making, furniture design, toy manufacturing, art crafts, mold production, and even the creation of landmarks.

OVERSIZE DISPLAYS. These displays are created using 3D printing technology, which allows for the production of complex and intricate designs. They are commonly used in industries such as advertising, marketing, and event planning to create eye-catching and attention-grabbing displays that effectively promote brands and products. The use of FGF technology in the production of oversize displays offers a cost-effective and time-saving solution for businesses looking to create impactful visual experiences.

Generally, Kings 3D has successfully catered to the demands of the heavy industry, where there is a significant need for fast and large-scale production. This includes various applications such as bicycle manufacturing, automotive production, yacht building, rail construction, and marine engineering.

In the video you can see how the 3D printer works: