KODAK Portrait 3D Printer

KODAK Portrait 3D Printer

The new standard in professional desktop 3D printing

Technical Specifications

Technology Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
Build volume – single extrusion215 x 210 x 235 mm (8.5 x 8.3 x 9.3″)
Build volume – dual extrusion
170 x 210 x 235 mm (6.7 x 8.3 x 9.3″)
Structure Steel
Print headDual extrusion with automatic nozzle lifting
Print core replacementEasily swappable
Hotend material 1 all-metal, 1 PTFE
Nozzle diameter0.4 mm
Nozzle temperatureUp to 295ºC
Build plateGlass, held by magnets
Build plate temperature Up to 105ºC
Bed leveling            Automatic
Filament diameter1.75 mm
Layer resolution 0.4mm nozzle: 20 – 250 micron
XYZ accuracy 12.5, 12.5, 2.5 micron
XY motionLinear bearings, 12mm
Z motion Precision ballscrew, 12mm
Display  5” 800 x 480 color touch screen
Print controller 32 bit
Processing unit 32 bit
Connectivity Wi-Fi, LAN, USB drive, Cloud Printer Management
Monitoring Live camera
Internal lightingindicate printer status with colors
Physical dimensions455 x 435 x 565 mm
Dimensions with spool holders455 x 530 x 565 mm
Net weight24.4 kg
Shipping weight 35.1 kg
Shipping box dimensions 560 x 530 x 730 mm
Power requirements110/230V – Auto Switching, 50-60Hz 320W max.
Operating ambient temperature  10 – 30 ºC
Supplied software KODAK 3D Cloud, KODAK 3D Slicer
Supported OS MacOS, Windows, Linux
File types3DS, 3MF, AMF, OBJ, and STL
Supported materials KODAK 3D Printing Filaments ABS, Flex 98, HIPS, Nylon 6, Nylon 12, PETG, PLA+, PLA Tough, PVA and third-party materials
Accessories2 filament cases, toolkit


"With a full line of materials from PLA to HIPS to Flexible in a wide range colors, the filaments available from Kodak have made 3D Printing an extremely pleasant experience, with very consistent pigment, dimensionally accurate diameter and most importantly, easy printability. I would highly recommend the full line of materials for everything from rapid prototyping for robotics and engineering to end-user output in a largescale production, and for the hobbyist to professional user."

Jeffrey Wright

Print 3D Channel

"Teachers and children need reliability and safety when 3D printing. The KODAK Portrait 3D Printer, with its enclosed print chamber and HEPA/Carbon filter, allows for schools to achieve this straight out of the box. As a teacher, I know learning thrives when educators have access to the latest technology in lessons. With the ability to connect to the cloud and monitor via live camera, the KODAK Portrait 3D Printer helps deliver a modern 21st century learning experience. The automatic nozzle lifting feature is a unique design asset that increases the success rate of prints in the classroom. This will save material costs resulting in more 3D printing with students. Furthermore, Kodak's range of filaments allows for greater study of material/mechanical properties in lessons through the vast array of filaments available. Greater choice means greater learning."

Phil Cotton

Teacher and Founder Learnbylayers

"The KODAK Portrait 3D Printer is packed with class leading 3DPrinterOS operating system, 3d printer management platform and new firmware which allows professionals, enterprises, and universities for the first time, to deploy with an I/T compatible solution straight out of the box. There is no need to install any software on any computers, as the KODAK Portrait has included all file management, filament management, user management, visualization and real-time video, all accessible from any device’s web browser. The Kodak Portrait will receive over-the-air live software updates for its lifetime, so customers never need to worry about buying a product that can easily go extinct. Just like today’s next generation IOT products, like your Tesla or iRobot vacuum, the product will always continue to improve."

John Dogru

CEO Founder Chief Architect 3DPrinterOS