Their designers were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.
Delta 3D printers do look spectacular, but can they keep up with the tried-and-true designs open-source 3D printing started with? Get one Watch the build livestream here What’s up everyone, Tom here, and today we’re checking out the Atom 2.0, the first commercial Delta 3D printer i’m reviewing and quite a good start for that category, too! It comes with an all-metal frame, carbon fiber rods and a titanium hotend, but is that enough to make a good 3D printer? Let’s find out.
It’s a great time for 3D printing! New control boards, more user-friendly interfaces, faster machines – but aren’t we forgetting something? D3D OnePro Affiliate links: Amazon US eBay US, UK, Canada, Australia Matterhackers Models used: Low-Poly Pokémon by Agustin Flowalistik https://www.youmagine.com/designs/low-poly-chikorita https://www.youmagine.com/designs/low-poly-lapras Zelda Master Sword by Lloyd Roberts https://www.myminifactory.com/object/zelda-master-sword-7579 HexLamp by me (comment if you want to print one for yourself!=
Josef Prusa sent me two of the brand-new Prusa i3 MK2 – one ready to go and one as a full kit! We’ll start with the ready-built one and then assemble the kit version. Again, no idea how long it’ll take, but we’ll keep going until the job’s done! Live tips/donations here! This video is licensed as Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike thanks to my supporters on Patreon! Music is Chris Zabriskie – Mario Bava Sleeps In a Little Later Than He Expected To