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A 3D-printed vase showcases the large build envelope of the Gigabot, re:3D's large format 3D printer
Thanks to its jumbo size, the Gigabot can print more objects in a single session and much larger objects than most printers
A vase printed in the Gigabot's 24-cubic-inch build envelope
The Gigabot could save you time by printing multiple copies of objects in one go
A camera sits next to a 3D-printed vase on the Gigabot 3D printer's large build surface
Scale: a laptop sits in front of the Gigabot 3D printer
The Gigabot can print objects with a layer resolution of 100 microns
The list of personal 3D printers got bigger today with the successful launch of re:3D's Gigabot on Kickstarter, which raised more than US$40,000 in a couple of days. With so many options to choose from already flooding the market, re:3D decided to go big or go home, resulting in what it calls a "large format" 3D printer that can output more objects in a single batch and much larger individual pieces.
Read the full article: Gigabot 3D Printer – who says good things come in small packages?
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