You need 3D printer for making prototypes and with print volume of 240x200x250mm, right?Hello,
I come to you for advice on the choice of a 3D printer. I work in a startup that develops new products and we are looking for a 3D printer allowing us to make prototypes and place them in the field to have a return of potential customers.
To do this I would need a 3D printer to print a volume of at least 240x200x250mm. In fact I do not want to cut the model into several pieces to paste them later, I try but it does not do very well.
After some research I came across these two printers: minecraft game mod
Rostock Max V2.
Very cheap printer
Print volume very interesting
Delta technology quite nice (well that's more my geek side, it's not a real argument)
LulZbot Taz 5
won the first prize for the best 3D printer by the site Make
is something would one have feedback on these two printers? What do you recommend? I need quality and good repeatability. I intend to do a minimum of ten prototype. Obviously I would like to evade the warpage of my parts that may present large areas. I currently have an Ultimaker 2 and a Zortrax M200 that do not allow me to print the desired volume at once.
Do you know of other printers that are more interesting than these two for my use?
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