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AMAKER: Dual ARM Open Source 3D Printer

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Every week, we see new 3D printers on crowdfunding sites. AMAKER happens to be the latest one. It is an open source 3D printer with dual 32-bit ARM processors to deliver better performance and response time. It has a movement control algorithm that offers more precise stepping over Bresenham line algorithm.

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AMAKER ships assembled and ready to use. It offers full color touchscreen LCD and built-in functions such as print status to show height, temperature, and real time progress. You can create multi-color printed parts. You can experiment with multiple materials in your prints.

AMAKER offers printing resolution up to 0.02mm (20 microns) using 32 microstep driver and easy access for filament replacement. You can support this printer on Kickstarter.

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