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A neat 3D printer

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  • A neat 3D printer

    I couldn't get over the quality of the products this new resin printer produces. It's not something you could churn out hulls on, but for the smaller stuff it's absolutely amazing.
    Take a look at this video
    Stop messing about - just get a Sub-driver!

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    I've been searching for a printer like this for a while. My fleet of printers is growing, but I had to grab one of these to try it out. I have a big Makerbot Z18, but the print quality is iffy, though the volume is huge. I also just got a Dremel 3D45, which is proving to be a really solid unit. I should be getting this one on Tuesday or Wednesday. I'll post up the results of some test prints!