Meet the BQ WitBox: a 3D printer with DIN-A4 print volume (21cm x 29.7 cm) and a height of up to 20 cm. The printer is open source and comes pre-configured with Marlin firmware. It is a fully enclosed printer with a locking door safety system, so you can use it around children safely. The machine does not make a whole lot of noise either.
The Witbox uses a PTFE tube to feed the filament through, with the feeder system housed in the printer unit. You can stack up to three Witboxes on top of each other. The machine is compatible with Slic3r, Cura, Repetier, and other open source 3D printing software. What do you think? How’s been your experience with this 3D printer?