Zim, the true Consumer-oriented 3D printer by Zeepro. 2 colors printed at a 25 to 50 mm/s speed and a 100 microns per layer resolution: Another 2 colors printed at a 25 to 50 mm/s speed and a 100 microns per layer resolution:
Filastruder: A robust, inexpensive filament extruder. by Tim Elmore. We've successfully shipped our Kickstarter kits, and we're ready to take orders through our website - ****************************WAITLIST OPEN:Many of you have asked for more kits.
We are pretty much at capacity, with orders into September, but have opened a waitlist to notify you as soon as we're ready to ship again. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. We will not take further orders until the Kickstarter rewards have shipped. Gigabot 3D Printing: This is Huge! by re:3D. Share this project Done Share Tweet Embed Tweet Share Email.
The Buccaneer® - The 3D Printer that Everyone can use! by Pirate3D Inc. Manufacturing timeline and Stretch goals sections are at the very end for those who just want to go there.
FAQ is also at the back, do check it out in case the questions you have are already answered there. RigidBot 3D Printer by Michael Lundwall. Check our updates tab for the most updated information.
The gMax 3D Printer - Print. Bigger. by Gordon LaPlante. If we reach: Read About gMax Printer At: Imagine a world where you can come up with a design in your mind and have the physical object, large or small, in your hands with just a few clicks on a computer in the comfort of your own home or office. 3D printing is something that I was interested in long before I designed the gMax printer.
Studying and working in architecture, I’ve been interested in building and design since childhood. Winter 2010 is when I bought a Prusa RepRap kit from the usual sources, and started assembling in my free time. Throughout this process I was working full-time and taking my exams to become a licensed architect, which I completed July 2012 – the first prototype was completed that Winter and I’ve been continuously updating, upgrading, and optimizing this printer ever since. Below are several renders showing the design's progression: With a 16'' x 16'' x 9'' (2,304 in3) build volume, the gMax 3D Printer is among the top when it comes to build volume capabilities. Phoenix 3D Printer by Ez3D. Missed the Kickstarter?
You can still get a Phoenix! Visit our web site at www.phoenix3dprinter.com. Some of our updates are important! Here is a list of the updates new backers should read: At the San Mateo MakerFaire, virtually everyone we spoke to asked us this question. So what makes our printer different? It's the software. 5 Color/Material 3D Filament Printer - WITH LIQUID COOLING! by ORD Solutions. At ORD Solutions, we already manufacture a high quality, single nozzle 3D Printer.
We have many happy customers in the industrial, commercial, and hobby communities. QU-BD One Up - Open Source Production Ready 3D Printer by Chelsea Thompson. The QU-BD One Up is the world's first production ready 3D printer to break the $200 barrier.
It uses industry standard technology and electronics and everything is OPEN SOURCE! The source files will all be released a couple days BEFORE the Kickstarter campaign ends! *** Please note that we are having a company that shares our warehouse with us handle all packaging and shipping so that we can continue to focus on our all metal 3D Printers*** We are thrilled to offer the One Up and Two Up for the Holidays as an easy to assemble kit.
These units were 'shelved' for quite some time waiting to release now. Helix 3D Printer: Upgrade your business! by Acuity Design. Helix is the best investment you will make in your business this year.
With an attainable price, versatile materials, and unmatched quality, Helix takes the guess work out of integrating professional 3D printing into your business. Architects will benefit from quick, inexpensive scale models, captivating their clients' imaginations and converting more sales. Engineers and manufacturers will save thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours annually by printing in-house what they once had to outsource. The EX¹ - rapid 3D printing of circuit boards by Cartesian Co. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for live updates.
Check the updates tab above for more cool stuff! The Cartesian Co. printer EX¹ transforms electronics and prototyping in the same way that 3D printing has made things possible that were inconceivable even 5 years ago. The EX¹ printer is not designed to create any 3D object like normal 3D printers. It’s been crafted and designed for one key purpose, to allow you to 3D print circuit boards, layering silver nano particles onto paper or any suitable surface to rapidly create a circuit board. In 2011, an article in Wired said that within two years 3D printers could print electronic circuits. The process is as easy as clicking File > Print. Breadboards or sewable circuits are great ways to get into electronics but where do you go after that?
In addition to more conventional circuit board materials the EX¹ can print on a variety of different substrates you might not associate with circuits. The basic principle of operation is simple.