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RigidBot 3D Printer by Michael Lundwall

RigidBot 3D Printer by Michael Lundwall
Check our updates tab for the most updated information. **Now all $299 pledges and above have a heated bed! See stretch goals** Upgrade options - We have several upgrade options to add even more value to your RigidBot. What is 3D Printing 3D printing is an exciting technology where you can create and build plastic objects right from the comfort of your own home. Why RigidBot 3D? The RigidBot 3D Printer is an easy to use consumer 3D printer engineered for the everyday user. You can buy it fully assembled and ready to use, or in kit form and have fun putting it together. With our printer there is no limit to your creativity. The RigidBot 3D design is fully expandable in the X, Y and Z directions. Stretch Goals! We are excited to offer some new stretch goals that will benefit all of our backers at the $299 pledge level and higher. **In the news** Crowdfundmafia.com - "What separates this printer from its competitors is its ease of use and affordability" - Printed Examples Great Design Specs The KIT

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