We are delighted to announce that the new Felix 2.0 3D Printer is now available for purchase at RepRap Central. Its been getting rave reviews and as a high res 3D Printer, it’s a welcome addition to our range.
The all new Felix 2.0 3D Printer
Its fast, quiet, reliable and very capable!
We’d like you to join us and become a Maker yourself. We’ve 3D Printed this modular rack to show how you might use one of our 3D Printers in your home. We’ve filled this rack with various cooking oils, if you’d like to use it as a wine rack, no problem, just scale it up and print as many modules as you would like.
It’s now easier than ever to use our Personal 3D Printers, so take your first steps and join in, we’ll help you get started!
What will you 3D Print?
3D Model Courtesy of Frank J. Perricone
Fast enough for you?
The Ferrari F1 sponsored by RepRap Industries
It appeared on our 3D Printer just moments ago!
3D Model Courtesy of Lamerhouse
We’ve just 3D Printed this beautifully designed and modelled Bauhaus inspired chess set
The striking Bauhaus inspired Chess Set
Think a Personal 3D Printer is just for prototypes? think again. You can use these as small scale production tools. We are 3D printing an initial run of just 10 sets, so if you’d like one, you can order it right now from our website.
Visit our online Store for more details.
3D Model Courtesy of Le_Garage, TeamTeamUSA and Thingiverse
This 3D Printed flexible coupling solves a number of linkage issues from offset alignment requirements to end float compensation. This linkage was printed in medium resolution using translucent blue PLA.
3D Printed Flexible Coupling
Engineer your solution using the very latest in Personal 3D Printers, visit our online store for more information.
3D Model Courtesy of Gyrobot and Thingiverse
This is a simple 3D printed representation of the 2000 year old Antikythera machine. It is an ancient analogue computer designed to calculate astronomical positions.
The Antikythera Computing Machine
The original object was recovered from a shipwreck in 1900 and its significance as Mankinds first analogue Computer was left unrecognised for over 100 years. The mechanism contained 30 or more bronze gears and these interlocking gears calculated the position of the Sun, Moon and possibly even the Planets.
It’s not a complex 3D Print but it does allow us to get a feel for the original which is kept at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. As we move forward, models will become more and more detailed and it won’t be too long before we can replicate the originals in every detail, possibly even in the original material!
Personal 3D Printers can bring these amazing artifacts to you and that’s quite an achievement in its own right.
3D Model Courtesy of Cosmo Wenman and Thingiverse
We’ve just printed something which we’ve never seen up close, never handled before and few people really know about. Watch this space!
This Russian T34 tank looks as if its just been dug up after resting for some considerable time in the Western desert. Printed for a WW2 diorama, it gives an insight into the capabilities of the MakerBot Replicator 2 and the awesome potential for the next generation of Model Engineers.
Now, just need to print the battle scene to go with it!
Missing its tank tracks and covered in years of mud it’s ready for its setting. This tank was revolutionary in its time, now there’s a new revolution, one in which we can all take part.
Join us and take part in the 3D Printing revolution, it’s time!
3D Model Courtesy of Vittweet and Thingiverse
Whether your creating a commercial prototype or just having fun, Colours can make a product really stand out. We’ve printed this in medium resolution on the MakerBot Replicator 2.
Our Canon 5D 3D Print
Not forgetting the back!
Nice detail even in medium resolution
We will be 3D printing the internals, optics and electronics in the not too distant future. Buy your 3D Printer from us and with your help, we’ll get there even sooner!
This Angel is known to many as Lucy, we’ve just printed her in medium resolution, a great model with lots of detail. Why not 3d print her yourself!
Lucy, our latest 3D Print
3D Model courtesy of Stanford Computer Graphics Laboratory