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January 15, 2015 AT 3:00 am

Bigger Winbo 3D Printer Build Size #3DThursday

What would you 3D print with a build volume of 61 x 46 x 61 cm? The 3D printing manufacturer Winbo is making full sized custom thrones and other fancy furniture with their new machines.

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When it comes to 3D printing, there is big, and then there is BIG. Typically when we are talking about FFF-based 3D printers, a machine that is able to 3D print something the size of basketball is considered to be relatively large. However, over the course of the past year, we have seen more and more new 3D printers emerge on the scene with the ability to print really large objects. These objects can then be assembled to create things such as motor vehicles, and buildings, as well as mammoth works of art.

Read full article on 3D Print.com


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