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3D printer stall at SEG market

Posted on Tuesday, April 16th, 2013 in 3D Model, Global Geek by DP

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3D printer spotted at SEG market building in Hua Quiang Bei, Shenzhen.  Small, simple, and elegant design. Bent metal is cheap and plentiful, and they’ve capitalized on that to make one of the most bare bones 3D printers we’ve ever seen.

Photo credit:  Aaron/Oomout.

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4 Responses to “3D printer stall at SEG market”

  1. kripton2035 says:

    nice design, can it be bought on the net, and around what price ?
    thanks.

  2. Looks like an Up! The manufacturer site pp3dp.com is down, but up3dusa.com is available.

  3. Yann says:

    The Up! itself is not the most affordable 3D printer out there. How much do they sell this clone ?

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