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Please recommend a 3D printer for research please
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For a large print area that can move pretty fast and still produce quality parts I would recommend the Rostock Max from seemecnc.com! I have their version 1 machine, they are currently selling version 2 machines. They look very slick, are hypnotic to watch work and they produce very nice prints! You will have to build it yourself which is not hard at all especially with the build guide and all the support available on the forum forum.seemecnc.com. I would suggest for immediate upgrades a set of Carbon Fiber rods from tricklaser.com and also a spool holder with some bearings for smooth unroll of the filament. If you want to be able to experiment with high temp filaments like nylon and such then you will have to upgrade the hot end and in that case I would go with the E3D All Metal hot end, the Bowden adapter one, get that from filastruder.com for fast delivery in the US. That's the setup that I am currently running and I'll tell you what, very rarely do I see prints that are up to par with the quality my machine can produce! Delta is the way to go for speed and quality!
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Please recommend a 3D printer for research please - by 3dprinteruser - 05-22-2013, 06:07 PM
RE: Please recommend a 3D printer for research please - by InoTech3D - 04-11-2014, 07:47 PM

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