Grawmet is designed to be a small and portable 3D printer with build space of 120x120x120 mm. The team's goal is to keep the cost around $300 so student could afford to buy it.
According to Open3DP, the Grawmet is of the family heritage of PrintrBot (Brook Dunn) and RepRap Wallace (Whosawhatis) with a little bit of Collapsible RepRap (Larsie).
This is a collabrative project by Open3DP with the Solheim AM lab and the new WOOF student group. Below is the first photo of Grawmet online.
Photo credit / Source: Open3DP
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