3D printing enthusiast Brett Potter has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Readybox 3D printer, a device designed to be as fast and as reliable as industrial printers.
Readybox is said to print six times faster than other consumer 3D printers currently out on the market, with a layer hight anywhere between 50 and 450 microns. Readybox features a large build volume of 330 x 330 x 330 mm, auto-calibration and cleaning, a heated build plate, a full LCD screen with SD-card support, web interface support and a Next-gen 32-bit ARM-based controller board. Their patent-pending extrusion system eliminates clogging and allows for the plastic to flow faster and therefore contributes to the high print speed.
Currently, the team of Readybox has already exceeded their funding goal of $ 12,500 by over $ 4,000. Pledges for early backers are still available at $ 2,799, with devices expected to be shipped in March 2016.
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