India startup showed its first Brahma3 Anvil 3D printer in Mumbai #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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There are new desktop 3D printers being developed and launched all across the world! India startup showed its first Brahma3 Anvil 3D printer in Mumbai, via 3Ders.org:

On Saturday, friends and co-founders of Bangalore start-up Brahma3 – Nikhil Velpanur and Arvind Nadig, showcased a made-in-India 3D printer called Brahma3 Anvil at an exhibition organised at Godrej campus in Vikhroli in Mumbai.

The Brahma3 Anvil has a robust aluminum frame and is capable of printing large high-resolution models. Wth a build volume of 240x240x240mm, you can print models roughly the size of a football. It supports PLA, ABS, Nylon and other materials at temperatures of up to 350°. Running on a 7″ Android tablet built into the brahma3, the team wants to bring the ecosystem into the printer eliminating the need to connect a computer to it. The Brahma3 Anvil could achieve a resolution of 50 micron per layer, according to the team.

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