5 axis 3d printer!

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    Aaron
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    #101433

    Jeffeb3
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    What are they printing on? What is a real scenario for this? Ryan, where’s the v1 version?

    #101434

    Aaron
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    From the thread, I think they’re printing on a 3d scan of something else. Source and the slicer will be available by the end of the year.

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    #101448

    Ryan
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    WHAT! That is a huge advance. Whatever slicer they have developed is gotta be nuts. There is now way a few of the big boys are not calling them up right now making offers. That is blowing my mind. I really can;t wait to see where this ends up.

     

    Designing parts for it is either going to be super nasty, or perhaps even easier….Shoot I am not sure. Pretty easy to add an axis on the Mpcnc just to test it out when that slicer gets released.

    #101449

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    That printer that has the kevlar or CF strand embeded…..this makes that thing crazy powerful.

    #101471

    Jamie
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    Now print a Mobius strip in vase mode.

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    #101474

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    HAHAHA…careful you almost broke my brain.

    #101482

    Guffy
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    that idea already implemented as changeable head in the 5axismaker
    http://www.5axismaker.com/5axis/

    #101484

    Aaron
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    that idea already implemented as changeable head in the 5axismaker

    http://www.5axismaker.com/5axis/

    Their offering starts at $6300 USD, and require Rhino ($995 USD) for the 3d print slicer.

     

    I am familiar with 5axismaker, their offering is more than 2 years old, but have never seen the source or plans available. If this project is released as a real free opensource project, the slicer alone is a big deal

    #101486

    Guffy
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    I didn’t dig into details of your link. So i don’t know is it open source or not (both software and the machine). Also i didn’t talked about price.

    I just said that the idea already implemented

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