Due to geometry and angle, some objects will need a "starter" object or support to hang on to.
It is also possible to print support-free overhangs!
- Industrial linear guides
- Build volume of 13″ x 13″ x infinity
- Adjustable print angles: 45° is the default, but some parts come out better at the lower angles of 15°, 25°, and 34°
- 1.75 mm filament diameter
- €9,500 for desktop version, €12,500 for large system with standing supports
This machine looks very interesting, but what gets me suspicious is a lack of video material. There are only a few short videos and no reviews, tests or extensive presentations.
BlackBelt went on Kickstarter and they announced that they have a patent pending, the 3d printing community claimed that there are issues about that since there were similar open sourced systems.
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