The AO-100 is the desktop 3D printer that can bring affordable rapid prototyping and low-volume production to your business or office. The AO-100 is perfect for product development in research and development organizations and for those companies looking to reduce the manufacturing costs of their low-volume products.
The AO-100 is the perfect alternative to the high-dollar additive manufacturing systems on the market today and is equally the perfect fit for the first-time 3D printer enthusiasts. Affordability, ease of use, compact size, large print area, preassembled and calibrated, low maintenance, exceptional print quality, industry leading print speed, 90-day warranty, etc. All of these are reasons to purchase an AO-100 today!
The AO-100 is free/libre hardware and comes with thorough documentation including a detailed manual. A digital copy of the manual can be downloaded from downloads.lulzbot.com. The manual includes information for unpacking the printer, setup, downloading and using software, and starting your first print.
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