AMONG THIS GROUP OF FAIRLY DIMINUTIVE 3D PRINTERS, THERE WAS ONE HEAVYWEIGHT: Bits from Bytes’ 3DTouch, one of the most impressive 3D printers aimed at the low-cost market. It’s also one of the most expensive, prices at $3,490-$4,370. The 3DTouch is impressively built: with its massive, milled-steel connectors, it literally towered above the competition. It seemed as if it could engulf some of it’s competitors on its build – or perhaps print one out.
2013 MAKE Ultimate Guide To 3D Printing
- 3D Printers Buyer's Guide — 15 Reviewed
- Getting Started in 3D
- Learn the Software Toolchain
- 3D Design for Beginners
- 3D Printing without a Printer
Just Released! 2014 MAKE Ultimate Guide To 3D Printing
- Primo Features Triple extruders, touchscreen UI, automatic support material, best-built machine in our tests and one of the biggest
- Print volume 7.3″×10.75″×7.9″
- Print speed 15mm3/sec
- Print material ABS, PLA, Soluble PLA
- Resolution (z-axis) 0.125mm
- Machine software Axon 2
- Slicing software Skeinforge
- OS supported Windows (XP/SP3, Vista, 7+)
- Open Source No
- Price as tested $4,370 assembled
- Pedigree RepRap Darwin
- Print without PC? Yes, USB stick
10 thoughts on “3DTouch”
Hello, just an observation, the Torture test printing images of Bukobot8 and 3D touch are the same.
The torture test image for the 3D touch has now been updated. Thanks for pointing that out to us.
It is fantastic to have a cheaper option on the market makes 3D printing more accessible to a wider market.
Here are Free 3d Printer Icon Set for constructors http://goo.gl/a9j2L
These days, 3D Printer service is very popular and if you are getting the same in cheaper cost then there could be nothing better than this.
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