Expand this 3D-printer to print literally anything
Most 3D printers under use worldwide have a limited build area and there is always a maximum object size that it can fabricate. However, a new Kickstarter campaign aims at unveiling a 3D-printer that could be configured to fit its user’s needs. This printer, in concept stage as of now, is named MaxiFab. It’s the brainchild of Ryan Robinson who approached Kickstarter to get a funding of $5,000 raised for him so that he can soon make this concept into a reality. Kickstarter is the world’s largest funding platform for creative projects.
The design of MaxiFab is simple. The printer is designed in such a way that its casing can be scaled if a larger build area is needed for the printer. So, be it a skeleton of a dinosaur or that of a mouse, this MaxiFab printer would 3D-print all that at one go.
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