INTAMSYS is well-known for their lineup of high-performance 3D printers capable of printing materials such as Nylon, PEEK, PEKK, and PEI. Their printers range from desktop, like the FUNMAT HT Enhanced and the soon-to-be-released FUNMAT PRO 310, to large scale industrial, like the FUNMAT PRO 610HT.

If space is limited, then chances are you’re deciding between the FUNMAT HT Enhanced and the PRO 310 for delving into the world of high-performance thermoplastics.

Let’s dive into these two desktop 3D printers so you can decide which is right for you.

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At a Glance: FUNMAT HT Enhanced vs. FUNMAT PRO 310

intamsys funmat ht enhanced vs funmat pro 310

Build Volume

The FUNMAT HT Enhanced has a build volume of 260 mm x 260 mm x 260 mm, whereas the FUNMAT PRO 310 has a build volume dependent on whether you’re printing with a single extruder or utilizing both extruders. When using the single extruder, the PRO 310 has a build volume of 305 mm x 260 mm x 260 mm. When utilizing the dual extrusion feature, the build volume is 260 mm x 260 mm x 260 mm.

Printing Temperatures

Extrusion temperatures is one of the key differentiators between the HT Enhanced and the PRO 310. The HT Enhanced has a max extrusion temperature of 450°C, whereas the max extrusion temperature on the PRO 310 is 300°C. The chamber temperature for both printers is almost identical; the HT Enhanced has a chamber temperature of 90°C while the PRO 310 is 100°C. The build plate temperature is the same for both printers at 160°C.

If you’re looking to reliably print with materials like PEEK, PEEK-CF, or PEKK, then your choice is the FUNMAT HT Enhanced. If you’ll only be printing with engineering-grade materials like ABS, ASA, Nylon, or Polycarbonate, then the PRO 310 will be able to do so with ease.

Extrusion Capabilities

Another big difference between the HT Enhanced and the PRO 310 is the installed extruders on each machine.

The HT Enhanced is a single extrusion printer with an all-metal hotend, so you’ll only be able to utilize a single build material at a time.

The PRO 310 is an independent dual extrusion (IDEX) 3D printer, which means you can use the second extruder for your support materials like INTAMSYS SP3030, SP3040, or third-party support materials like AquaSys 120, albeit with some tinkering in your settings to dial it in.

The PRO 310’s IDEX capabilities also means that you can take advantage of mirrored printing or copy printing features, effectively doubling your parts per build in the same amount of time.
intamsys pro 310 idex extruders
FUNMAT PRO 310's Independent Dual Extruders

material compatibility

As we’ve touched on already, the printing temperatures and number of extruders are key factors in determining what materials are compatible with each printer.

Since the HT Enhanced can extrude at higher temperatures, you’re able to print with high-performance materials like PEEK, PEEK-CF, and PEKK, while also printing with engineering materials like ABS, ASA, Nylon, and PC.
The PRO 310, on the other hand, is limited to those engineering materials, but can utilize the second extruder for support materials like PVA, SP3030, and SP3040, giving your engineers and designers more freedom with their CAD models.

Like all INTAMSYS printers, both printers have an open material system, meaning you’re not restricted to using only INTAMSYS materials.


When deciding between the FUNMAT HT Enhanced and the FUNMAT PRO 310, the most important factors to consider are the materials you’re likely to utilize in for your applications, and the complexity of your 3D printed parts.

If you’re looking to print with high-performance 3D filaments like PEEK and PEKK, then the FUNMAT HT Enhanced is likely to be the best option for you. If your parts have complex geometries that need to utilize support materials, then the FUNMAT PRO 310 with its dual extrusion capabilities is right for you.

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