I printed an alien crystal skull kind of like the one from Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull, I just wanted to see how it came out, and not bad for being so small, but it should print better on a larger scale…
I got a 3D printer for Christmas!! Woo hoo!! I got the Monoprice MP Select Mini which I’m liking a lot but I’ve done a bit of research already and I’ll be working on upgrading it and modding it..
Here’s my first print, it’s the demo that came with the printer, a little robot:
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Aleph Objects, Inc., makers of the LulzBot™ 3D desktop printer, is changing the game this holiday season with extreme discounts for engineers, DIY-ers and prototypers alike. Starting at 12:01 a.m. MST, on Monday, Dec. 2, makers can get in virtual line at www.lulzbot.com to take advantage of one-time special offers on the LulzBot TAZ 2 for only $1,995 (originally $2,395) as well as up to half off on hardware, electronics and filament.
With the evolution of 3D printing, LulzBot offers a robust and accurate printer, perfect for the inventors and entrepreneurs in your life. The TAZ 2 boasts the largest build volume of any printer in its class and features an LCD display with an SD card reader that allows users to make prints without being attached to a computer. Print large parts in one complete piece or multitask by printing smaller parts simultaneously. The TAZ 2 allows users to create detailed prints with 75 micron resolution, combined with excellent hot-end control and a 200mm per second print speed, high quality parts can be rapidly produced.
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As the only printer awarded by the Free Software Foundation with the Respects Your Freedom certification, every LulzBot 3D printer ships with hardware designs, software and documentation so customers can control and modify every aspect of their printer. Customers also minimize ongoing printing cost with free software upgrades, free upgraded designs and the ability to self-repair.
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About Aleph Objects, Inc.
Built upon the philosophy of freedom, Aleph Objects, Inc. is transforming the 3D printer industry. Based in Loveland, Colo., they are committed to Libre Hardware, which means their hardware and software will not be locked down, become obsolete, or require licensed upgrades over time. Empowering customers is part of their innovative spirit and LulzBot users are encouraged to be part of the ongoing conversation, on lulzbot.com.