Anyone looking to get started in the world of 3D printing, or has already built previous 3D printing kits may be interested in a new system that has been created by Blue Eagle Labs based in San Diego in the form of the Metal Delta.
Metal Delta has this week been launched via Kickstarter and has already raised double its required pledge goal making sure the 3D printer kit goes into production and manufacture.
Watch the video below to learn more about the Blue Eagle Metal Delta 3D printer kit, which is now available to back via Kickstarter with pledges starting from just $499 for early bird backers. Its development team explains a little more about the 3D printer kits inspiration and components.
The Metal Delta was put together with specific design goals essential in creating a superb delta printer: An easy assembly/build process, a rigid steel/metal frame, high resolution output, and an easily ‘manufacturable’ design to keep the costs low. This project builds off of our original Kossel Clear design, but with more durable steel parts, a higher resolution, larger volume and more upgrade offerings. The Metal Delta also incorporates many updated design improvements from the open source community. The Metal Delta’s design has been tested and iterated to perfection. The result is a high quality machine that will pump out prints reliably and accurately.
An upgrade option is the custom GeckoTek build plate upgrade. GeckoTek offers the most advanced and versatile print bed solution for your 3D printing needs. These build plates have a permanent coating that provides the optimum level of adhesion to prevent warping and provide easy part removal. The GeckoTek Magnetic Base System provides the best total 3D printing experience by allowing for quick and easy plate removal and attachment. The precision machined magnetic base integrates seamlessly with your 3D printer to keep the Build Plate flat and secured.
For more information on the new Metal Delta 3D printer kit jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.