June 20, 2014
At a low cost of US $ 600, your printer and 3D workshops in Uruguay are making history. The assembly of the printer does not have as a requirement that you must be an engineer, it is commented in the note that a 9-year-old boy managed to assemble it and make it work.
Not everything is there, 3D entrepreneurs want to ensure that printing materials are also produced by themselves from plastic bottles. This reminded me of the Ekocycle Cube printer seeking the same goal.
This seems the right way, without a doubt, to take advantage of the materials of daily use and give them a use, not just throw them away.
via Low-cost, simple 3D printer made in Uruguay.
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