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Old 06-24-2013, 06:45 PM   #16
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I got one on the way as well! New goal, get good at Zbrush (actually its an old goal, but renewed interest)

They have sets of stretch goals that'll make this product even slicker. I really hope they pull it off. Adding the carbon Filter is awesome. Seems like a nobrainer but no one thinks about end users and the stink of this thing yet. First people to say , yes it can sit at your desk and you won't smell burning plastic/hair smell.

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Printing ABS requires a heated platform, they don't offer that. Maybe they plan to have it as an option later.



Adding ABS support was a stretch goal if they hit 1 million . They did , so there will be a heated plate, if they hit 1.3 million, another 300k, it'll be a nicer place, some other material than metal for even distribution. I hope they hit it.

The main content that talks about the product doesn't discuss the ABS changes.
 
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I got one on the way as well! New goal, get good at Zbrush (actually its an old goal, but renewed interest)

They have sets of stretch goals that'll make this product even slicker. I really hope they pull it off. Adding the carbon Filter is awesome. Seems like a nobrainer but no one thinks about end users and the stink of this thing yet. First people to say , yes it can sit at your desk and you won't smell burning plastic/hair smell.
That's why I like the built in print server. I can put it wherever the CAT5 or wireless reaches.

I've got a few statues lined up and ready to print once this thing comes out.
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Old 06-24-2013, 07:29 PM   #19
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Besides a new heating bed at 1.3 million, they promise transparency support. So, everyone buy one haha
 
Old 06-24-2013, 11:15 PM   #20
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The $400 doesn't seem that unreasonable....


Even if it had to go to $450 or even $500, it seems a bargain. They seem to be getting more than enough funds to make this really happen.
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And I did too. Fudge... amazing!
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Personally it sounds to good to be true. When you add materials, labour, R&D, overhead etc etc I dont see how they are making profit. Maybe $50
 
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