[Lab] Crowd funded 3d printers

Darcy Whyte darcy at siteware.com
Thu Jul 17 09:27:34 EDT 2014

I think it's better to get an existing machine since it may take a while to
get one of these.

Darcy Whyte

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On Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 8:19 AM, Justin Slootsky <justin at slootsky.org>

> There are two 3d printers on different crowd funding sites that look
> interesting and I'm considering getting one of them.
> https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/craftbot-3d-printer
> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cobblebot/cobblebot-3d-printer
> If any of you 3d printer people have the time to look at and critique (or
> praise) these printers, I'd appreciate it. Also if there are other low(ish)
> priced commercially available printers (or kits) that I should be
> considering.
> One thing I'd like to do that neither of these talk about is use ninjaflex
> filament. I understand that the feed system needs certain characteristics
> to use ninjaflex, but I'm not clear on what the requirements are. (possibly
> the feed needs to be near the extruder so it doesn't bend like an octranspo
> bus in the snow)
> If you think it is more appropriate to contact me offlist, feel free.
> Thanks
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