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M-One: Open Source DLP 3D Printer

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Meet the M-One: an open source DLP 3D printer that is reliable and affordable. For starters, the printer looks elegant, so you can store it at your place easily. It measures 14.9″x12.6″x19.3″ and can be stored on a simple table.  The M-One offers 5.7″ x 4.3″ x 6.7″ building volume, so you can build prototypes, wearables, and other items. Here are the specs for the device:

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  • Max layer thickness: 20 micron
  • Layer resolution: 20 micron
  • Tech: DLP-SLA
  • Price: $1699+
  • Software: Mac, Windows, Linux
  • Higher success rate w/ Tilt motion mechanism & Flex vat

The suggested printing speed is 1″ per hour. The printer has its own software you can use for printing images. M-One’s board was developed on Arduino. The control system will be opensourced. Modification parts and instructions will be available to users. This looks like a promising 3D printer. You can get it on Kickstarter.

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