MM1 is a new 3d printer by MakerMex from Mexico. The main feature of MM1 is the modularity of the extruder head that is easily replaceable and could be upgraded in the future. It is a standard "feature" of any DIY 3d printer where you can find many upgrades for your machine, make and install it yourself. I think MM1 aims at users that lack knowledge or time to learn skillset needed to make attachments themselves.
MM1 wants to achieve ability of multiple material printing with their extruder and printbed modules.
MM1 technical specifications:
- Printer Dimensions: 49 x 37.5 x 49 cm.
- Weight: 11 Kg
- Build area: 20x20x20cm
- Filament: standard 3mm filaments
- Resolution: 20 microns (0.02mm)
- Speed: 300mm/s
- Supported Materials: ABS, PLA, flexible PLA, conductive material, wood-based filament, nylon, polycarbonate, chocolate, Play-Doh, ceramic, plasticine clay and much more
- Multiple printer linking abilities using structural connector system
- Compatible with any Windows, Mac or Linux-based operating system
- Supports and uses open source software
- Price: at $1,149 range
MM1 is on Kickstarter now:
Company homepage: http://www.makermex.com/Us/index.php
MM1 technical specifications compared to other mainstream machines: