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3Drag: the Open electronics way to RepRap

Posted on Thursday, April 4th, 2013 in 3D fabrication by DP

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3Drag: the Open electronics way to RepRap

Few months ago, after long months of testing, assembling and disassembling, print trials,and countless sleepless nights we finally decided to give birth our interpretation of the RepRap project.

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4 Responses to “3Drag: the Open electronics way to RepRap”

  1. Alan says:

    Price: 720 Euros. [$930 US, $893 Australian, or 612 pounds].
    Plus postage for a 10Kg package [106 Euros / $132 to Australia].

  2. Alan says:

    £ [numlock on, hold Alt, type 156 on keypad] € [ Alt, 0128 on keypad].
    Alas, I can’t edit my own post…

  3. Remorilla says:

    With that hot-end those printing speeds are not credible. In fact that hot-end is known for being one of the worst in the market and breaks easily.

  4. Positronic says:

    Seems to good to be true! Any videos available to verify this?

    Rose

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