KONG3D is our first FFF 3D printer with an build-volume of one cubic meter = 35 cubic foot. Designed for industrial use, it combines speed and reliability, precision and innovation:

The Z axis is driven by four ball screw drives from top to bottom. This allows you to set up and load the printer while standing.

For the print portal, a CoreXY kinematics is used, which offers high printing speeds with minimal noise development – precisely controlled by a closed loop drive system with optical position encoders for reliable and repeatable positioning (SureGlide).

With our unique AcuTouch bedleveling, the printbed is automatically de-warped and fine-tuned before each print run, reducing tolerances to a minimum.

KONG3D is equipped with a DualExtruder for the simultaneous use of two different filaments.

Discover KONG3D at the

3D Druck Anwendertag – 17. Februar 2018
Handwerkskammer – Berlin

FESPA 2018 – 15. – 18. Mai 2018 –  Berlin

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Engineering for big ideas

3BOTS develops systems for digitalizing and reproducing large objects. Among these are automated scanners and additive manufacturing tools.

Modern technology is used to combine hardware and software with the robust components of mechanical engineering – made in Germany.

Founded in 2016 as part of a 2D-printing business, 3BOTS was founded with more than 30 years of knowledge in hardware and software design, reproduction, image processing, and product development.

We develop, design and build our machines in Berlin, which in collaboration with universities, connected development tools, and the collaboration with international suppliers allows for efficient advanced machines paired with excellent support at reasonable prices.

Designed by 3BOTS in Berlin.



KONG3D is a commercial FFF 3D-printer with a volume of 1m^3.
It combines conservative mechanical engineering with modern controlling technology which allows for industrial use.

Its great speed predestine KONG3D for use in advertisement as it is able to print large hollow objects and its great precision allows for industrial prototyping or medical applications.

Due to its compact size relative to the printing volume, KONG3D is even usable in development or office spaces. Dual extruders with up to 1mm extrusion-diameter, active filament mounting, automatic heatbed leveling, and continuous monitoring are standard features.

KONG3D was presented as a prototype at maker:faire Berlin 2016 and the production model will be unveiled at Fabcon 2017 in Erfurt.


SPECTRE is a „stitching scanner“ which digitalizes large originals (e.g. paintings, fossils, surfaces) in maximum resolution with correct colors and topological surface-maps.

Digital image sensors have developed significantly in recent years which in conjunction with modern software allows for the creation of an extensive projections of all the originals characteristics which is especially important for the preservation of art.

SPECTRE provides a universal platform and can be customized for the requirements of many different tasks.


fused filament fabrication

– also called FDM® – is an additive manufacturing technology which works by laying down material in layers.

FFF works in a similar fashion to hot glue guns as single layers of molten plastic are spread out on a surface. Plastic filament is heated and extruded through a jet. It is then cooled until it hardens once it is in the correct position.

Filament is usually made of thermoplastic material like polyethylene, polypropylene, polyactide, ABS, or PETG.


A shape is constructed layer after layer through vectorial movement along the production surface and gradual upward movement of said surface.

Layer sizes are generally between 0.025mm and 1.25mm. Printed objects can be both hollow or solid. Wall thickness are variable and are limited to e.g. 0.2mm due to the printers architecture.

Layers fuse together to create complex structures and protruding components might have to rely on supporting structures in order to be printed. The supporting structures are generated by the software and can be printed (using dual extruders) in a different material (e.g. water-soluble).

FFF-3D printers print common 3D-CAD models – for example STL data of an object.

Many of these materials meet the requirements of sustainable production: Filaments are biological and made from renewable resources or are biologically degradable depending on demand.



Andreas M. Jankowsky is the Managing Director of 3BOTS 3D Engineering GmbH. Andreas has studied electrical engineering and has been responsible for many years in the development and product marketing of complex electronic systems. Andreas has been responsible for color management and art reproduction at the renowned jam-fineartprint print service provider.


Christoph’s role is software development for 3BOTS. He supervises the conceptual planning of the software and develops mathematical models for the simulation of pressure parameters and mechanical influences. Christoph studies mathematics at the Freie Universität Berlin.


After studying business informatics, Stefan was responsible for software development at Macron AG. In this role, he developed various special software for use in the graphic arts industry. Stefan supports 3BOTS with his sales experience.


Denis is a mechanical engineer and develops the dual extruder for KONG.


Tim studies mechanical engineering and is responsible for the mechanical design of KONG3D.


Hendrik is a mechanical engineer and integrates the individual structural elements into a complete system.


Mike designs  our website, works on customer projects and tests our printers in everyday practical use.


the team of 3BOTS in Berlin.



3-BOTS 3D Engineering GmbH
Bassermannweg 22
12207 Berlin
+49 30 – 5770 7300

HRB 183163B – AG Berlin Charlottenburg


Webdesign: Michael Czak (mike @ 3bots.de)