[Lab] Kossel Mini 3d printer thoughts
olabau at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 13:05:02 EDT 2016
I had considered lasers and cnc rotary cutters to be out of my price range
but that might be an out-of-date point of view. Though I do think cnc
lasers are absolutely amazing.
I don't have any _critical_ projects in mind, but have recently backed a
kickstarter for 3d printed board game component designs (
I thought I'd be happier making my own rather than using a service.
If it is a matter of 'need', well then, I suppose I need all three :-) I
wonder, is there a natural progression of these three machines if the plan
was to use one to build the next?
On 31 August 2016 at 10:42, Darcy Whyte <darcy at inventorartist.com> wrote:
> Don't forget to consider lasers and cnc rotary cutters too. They're very
> affordable and I would argue more practical too...
> Do you know what you'll be making with the 3d printer yet? What you're
> making can help decide what tools you need.
> Darcy Whyte
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> On Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 10:34 AM, Olaf Baumann <olabau at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm teeting on the verge of taking my first step towards 3d printing.
>> I've done some reading and feel the Kossel Mini (
>> http://reprap.org/wiki/Kossel) is the one for me.
>> I'm wondering if there are others on the mailing list with the Kossel
>> that may have thoughts to share.
>> I'm currently looking to buy from https://builda3dprinter.eu/. The
>> price for a mini is around CAD$550 before any taxes.
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