3D printer roundup #3: the micron-precise deltamaker


This 3D printer uses yet another printing technique that has a 100 micron layer resolution capability. It uses Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) using 1.75 mm filament for the extreme precision. Basically, it can create really precise objects. Like these ones:

We should probably compare it to the Form 1, even thought it doesn’t use the same technique. The deltamaker can print 9″ diameter x 11″ objects. It is still available for 1700$ here on kickstarter, although it only cost the first five backer 499$. That hurts.

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