- Full open-source self-replicating Delta RepRap
- 32-bit Arduino-compatible, Duet electronics enable control via a web-browser
- Pre-soldered Duet board with a built-in micro-SD card for standalone printing
- Wiring looms for simple plug-in connection – no soldering required
- Geared drive extruder with all metal stainless steel nozzle
- Removable print surface which has spring loaded kinematic locations for 1um repeatable positioning and bed probing
The RepRap Fisher 3D printer is a Replicating Rapid-prototyping machine, or RepRap for short. It is an open-source derivative of the equally open-source RepRap Project which was started at Bath University, UK, in 2004. The machine uses a process known a Fused Filament Fabrication to build 3-dimensional objects in a range of plastics. This process enables the user to create almost any shape which can be modelled on a computer, including some which could not be produced by traditional manufacturing techniques at all. Many examples of the objects people have made with Fisher and similar machines can be found can be found in the online repositories listed here.
This RepRap benefits from simple assembly, auto calibration and high-speed motion. It is a fast and low cost printer.
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