29 Jun '15, 11am

MapleMaker 3D Printer is As Printable as They Get

MapleMaker 3D Printer is As Printable as They Get

The term RepRap is fairly common and gets thrown around too often when generally talking about DIY 3D Printers. We must remember that the intent of the RepRap project “…is about making self-replicating machines… ” and of course “…making them freely available for the benefit of everyone… “. [MiniMadRyan] has recently designed a printer that could be considered the embodiment of the RepRap philosophy. He’s calling it the MapleMaker Mini V2 . An extremely high percentage of the parts required to build this printer are, in fact, printable themselves. The frame pieces are printed, all of which can be printed on the printer thanks to the 6x8x6 inches print volume. The overall design is aesthetically pleasing, resembling that of a Lulzbot Mini . The MapleMaker Mini V2 is self-replicating. The other part of the RepRap goal is to be free to the community. The design files are avail...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2015/06/29/maplemaker-3d-printer-is-a...

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