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September 9, 2009 AT 12:00 am

SOLIDO SD300 Desktop 3D printer


SOLIDO SD300 Desktop 3D printer via Fabaloo… Interesting, this uses sheets of plastic, cut out with glue and anti-glue…


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4 Comments

  1. I like how at the very end of the video they show the machine built out of its own product.

  2. Looks like it leaves a lot of waste that you have to remove from the finished product, compared to MakerBot.

  3. Looks awesome, I wonder how much the “print cartridges” cost.

  4. manual removal of negative space would be big pain.

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