Has anyone heard of RepRap, the open-source/open architecture 3D printer?

http://www.reprap.org/bin/view/Main/WebHome

Here's a YouTube video of it in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSd0BgYuv10


On 5/23/07, Bruce Fortnam < bfortnam@globallocate.com> wrote:
>> Does anyone on this mailing list have a solution?

> Unless you can find someone who has already done it, you're choices
are
> limited. It really depends on how many you want.

> If you only want a few (10-20) you could design your own case, and
have
> them printed on a 3D FDM printer in ABS.

> If you want a lot, you'll probably have to go the injection molded
route,
> which is really expensive upfront...

A good low-to-medium volume solution is Toolless Plastics:
http://www.toolless.com/index.html

--Bruce

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