I toured the massive cluster of 135 operating 3D printers, asked about AO’s upcoming plans for not only new printers but other hardware, learned how customers and community drive innovation, and met a fascinating LulzBot client who’s using the Open Source/Libre technology to jumpstart his vision of the future. If you’ve ever wanted to see 135 3D printers in action simultaneously, look no farther.
While the hallmark of a RepRap-based printer is its ability to print copies of itself, changing some 3D-printed parts to injection-molding or laser cutting allows the company to finish printers more quickly.
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