PRINTTABLE the Affordable, Attractive IKEA Lack Table Hack to create a 3D Printer

Being interested in 3D printers since 2011 after purchasing a BFB 3D Touch (Now 3D Systems with the latest model being the Cube Pro costing over 2000) I wanted to build a stable Large build platform 3D Printer for a fraction of the price. Many Enthusiast’s entries into the 3D printer market comes from the purchase of the Prusa i3 kit and in keeping with the good work of the Joseph Prusa design I felt it would be great if the design could be simple. One of the many drawbacks I noticed was the overall finished look of the DIY kits; i set upon the task of creating a product that not only was affordable and easy to build but one which had style and form a look in keeping with the futuristic possibilities 3D printing brings.”

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