Eventorbot, this good-looking open source 3D printer is finally on Kickstarter! "With the single solid steel frame it eliminates 40% of parts and cost that other 3d printers uses. "
Eventorbot is designed to be a low cost and easy to assemble 3D printer. It has got many positive feedback since it appeared on Thingiverse. It is 100% open source project and Duy, the designer from IL, USA has released all the blue print and hardware list on Thingiverse and RepRap Wiki.
For $580 you can get a complete set, including all parts, cut and welded metal frame, hot head bracket and everything you will need for the build.
Like it? Support him here on Kickstarter.
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