A 3D PRINTER that will ship as a flat pack priced at £600 is set to hit Kickstarter next week.
Dubbed the Deltratrix, the 3D printer was shown off at the Develop3D conference at Warwick University on Wednesday. It has a unique vertical design that allows for faster and more fluid movements, as the motors are fixed in place.
Made by a firm called Tegelbeckers Ltd, the 3D printer ships in flat pack form and is easily assembled by screwing the frame together. It connects over USB or can operate standalone using an LCD display and an SD memory card.
With a build measurement of 275mm at its widest point and 250mm high, the Deltratrix 3D Printer will launch on Kickstarter on 22 April, with the firm looking for a goal of at least £6,000. µ
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