If you are in the market for a high precision Delta style 3D printer you might be interested in a new system which has been created by Matt and Alyssa Wahlers, and launched via the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week.
The Thingybot Delta 3D Printer has been specifically designed to be easy-to-use yet provide high precision and high-resolution printing for both hobbyists and professionals alike.
Watch the video below to learn more about the construction, features and functionality of this new Delta style 3D printer which is looking to raise just $5,000 over the next 28 days via the Kickstarter website to go into production.
The 3D printer is constructed from aluminium and is equipped with an induction probe that makes calibration a simple process. Also included is an LCD controller with SD card slot allowing you to print without a computer. Its creators explain a little more :
The Thingybot 3D printer is a fully assembled delta style 3D printer made for home, office, and school use. It provides high quality, high precision model reproduction with PLA, ABS, and more!
– Build Volume: 6″ x 6″ x 8″ (150mm x 150mm x 200mm)
– Resolution: 50 to 300 microns
– Print Speed: 60mm/sec (TB1001) // 80mm/s (TB1001+)
– Hot End: E3D Lite6 (TB1001) // E3D v6 (TB1001+)
– Print Bed: Non-heated (TB1001) // Heated (TB1001+)
– Electronics: RAMPS 1.4 with LCD control panel
Jump over to the Kickstarter website to make a pledge from $500 to be one of the very first owners of the new Delta system.