WHILE MANY OF THE MACHINES IN THIS ROUNDUP ARE ROOTED IN THE REPRAP MOVEMENT, SeeMeCNC is still very much part of it. Their H1.1 printer kit ($189–$594) is a RepRap Huxley with a literal twist: the vertical bars have a slight bend at their ends to alter the geometry; also, SeeMeCNC uses injection-molded connectors rather than printed ones, a nice upgrade.
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- Getting Started in 3D
- Learn the Software Toolchain
- 3D Design for Beginners
- 3D Printing without a Printer
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- Primo Features Super cheap, injection-molded parts, hot-end takes 1.75mm and 3mm fila- ment, optional heated build platform
- Print volume 6″×6″×6″
- Print speed 80mm/sec
- Print material ABS, PLA, PVA
- Resolution (z-axis) 0.1mm–0.3mm
- Machine software Printrun/Pronterface, Repetier, ReplicatorG
- Slicing software Slic3r, Skeinforge
- OS supported Windows, Mac, Linux
- Open Source Yes
- Price as tested $551 kit
- Print without PC? No