3D Stuffmaker has this week announced the launch of four new 3D printer DIY kits it has added to its range in the form of the Prusa Gen 2 kit with 4.4 litre build volume retailing at $445, Mega Prusa Gen Kit, with a build volume up to 7 litres, retailing for $595 as well as the portable $695 Creator Gen2 Kit.
The flagship new DIY 3D printer kit from 3D Stuffmaker takes the form of the Evolution Gen2 Kit pictured above, that offers 8 litres of print area for an affordable $795.
If you would prefer not to build the systems yourself the Creator and Evolution are also available as a pre-assembled PRO, priced respectively at $1495 and $1995. 3D Stuffmaker has also fitted all the Gen 2 3D printer kits with a 1.75 mm direct feed high performance filament extruder. 3D Stuffmaker founder Rob Grosche explained in an interview about the new 3D printers saying that they are :
“A unique addition to the world of 3D printing”-“They have been specifically designed for people who want to build their own printer and learn about 3D printing from the ground up,”.
Other features of the new range of 3D printer kits include a new Quick Change Nozzle system that has been equipped with a 3D Cooling Kit, together with a new heavy duty print plate, improved wiring connection and timing belt assembly. For more information on the new 3D Stuffmaker range of 3D printer kits jump over to the 3D Stuffmaker website for details.
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