Founded by a small group of engineers out of Orlando, Florida, the DeltaMaker puts its own spin on the growing personal electronics revolution, matching the print resolution of the MakerBot Replicator 2 while offering a larger overall build envelope and, at US$1,599 dollars, costs $600 dollars less.
The DeltaMaker gets its name from delta robots first invented in the 1980s that utilize three sets of parallel arms to control the motion of an end effector (which in this case is the print head) while locking its planar orientation.
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