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Portable 3D printer

Personal portable 3d printer via Bruces


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5 Comments

  1. Where do I get the kit to build one of these ! 😛

  2. I really wonder how this compares to the MakerBot.

  3. I love the open design and the way the build platform is out in the open. The filament feeder is awesome as well.

  4. I looked in new products but couldn’t find this! What the heck!

    …little surprised that he got the top threaded.

  5. Odd. This costs more than the makerbot and doesn’t seem to have the same fine resolution as the makerbot. Their website indicates the resolution is 0.2mm where as the makerbot has a 0.085mm X/Y resolution, iirc. The only way this would be an advantage is if the build area is larger than that of the makerbot.

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