GUILLAUME FELIKSDAL WAS THRILLED WHEN HE BOUGHT HIS FIRST 3D PRINTER KIT. Finally he could prototype parts for his humanoid walking robot! But he became frustrated by the days-long process of building and calibrating it. Like a punk rocker inspired to play by seeing the Sex Pistols or the Ramones, Feliksdal told himself, “I could do that. I could do better!”
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- Primo Features Extremely quite, large build volume, fine Z resolution, rigid aluminum frame, good retraction for near-string less builds
- Print volume 10.2″×7.8″×7.8″
- Print speed 150mm/sec
- Print material PLA
- Resolution (z-axis) 0.05mm-0.35mm
- Machine software Repetier
- Slicing software Repetier
- OS supported Windows only
- Open Source No
- Price as tested $1,165 kit
- Pedigree Original
- Print without PC? No