LulzBot KITTAZ 3D Printer Kit #3DPrinting #3DThursday
At a moment in desktop 3D printing’s history when most of the marketplace have gradually removed their 3D printer kit options, here’s a new one option just launched this past week: the Lulzbot KITTAZ from Aleph Objects — a kit version of the TAZ4:
…Our community is full of makers– people who love to take projects into their own hands. We have been thrilled to see what you’ve all made with your LulzBot 3D printers, and hope that you will continue to share your 3D printed parts and creations with us. We know that building and creating is an important part of the 3D printing process.
That’s why we’re proud to announce the KITTAZ- a kit version of our TAZ 4 3D printer. The KITTAZ features a spacious 11.7in x 10.8in x 9.8in print area with a controllable heated bed, a Buddaschozzle 2.0, and the same high-quality aluminum frame as our TAZ 4.….
LulzBot TAZ 4 – Open source 3D Printer: The evolution of desktop 3D printing continues with TAZ 4, LulzBot’s top-of-the-line, highest quality printer to date. Merging technical expertise with design sensibilities, TAZ is for inventors, entrepreneurs, design engineers and prototypers — bring your ideas to life with TAZ. As of May 12th, 2014 we are shipping the LulzBot Taz 4! New features include a re-engineered drive rod system for better print quality and re-designed Y-axis mounts so setting up your printer will be easier than ever. The Taz 4 has also upgraded to a 400 watt power adapter and an assembled and enclosed electronics case. Finally, the extruder fan now comes standard with every Taz 4. All of these features add more versatility and quality to the Taz 4 and more about their function can be found in the product video above….(read more)
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