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ThorJ

Member Since: October 28, 2011

Country: United States

  • I'll take my Robo3D over this (cost = $800, print size = 10x9x8) as a manufactured product. I think that customization is a great path for evolution of the printers... and I don't think the Robo or the Lulz is better/worse at this; I've upgraded my Robo3D with a few things (better vertical bits, e3d hotend, removable bed system, autolevel, LCD panel)...

    My next one will be my own because I'd like to do things like: Distance sensor on the tip for level, print resume, etc Swappable extruder head modules (chocolate, sugar, plastic, clay) (and want dual extruder, probably in the Cyclops formfactor) Swap in a dremel for carving or a laser for engraving.

    Most of the "commercial ones" don't want to be so open (probably because with openness comes fiddlyness), or they cost ~3k+...

No public wish lists :(