3D Printing & Imaging Technology
Prototype Quick-Build, Low-Cost 3D Printer


Printrbot, just successfully crowd-funded by Lincoln, California resident Brook Drumm, bills itself as an all-in-one 3D printer kit that “can be assembled and printing in a couple of hours.”  Hack a Day’s Brian Benchoff gives a cogent technical analysis.  Apart from the Kickstarter itself, Mr. Drumm maintains a Flickr set, a Vimeo account, and a fledgling blog dedicated to the project.

8 thoughts on “Prototype Quick-Build, Low-Cost 3D Printer

    1. They’ve indicated that it will all be released very soon. It is still in very active development so they’ve been hesitant to release the design files until they’ve firmed everything up.

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