In Jun 2012, Rapcraft 3D printer was launched on Kickstarter by three young men Bartosz Barlowski, Michal Marciniak and Bartosz Cieluch. This open source 3D printer tried to raise $50,000 and they obtained $13,371 when the funding period was over.
Bartosz Cieluch, an experienced Polish car manufacturer who took care of production quality in each RapCraft 3D printer, started his own CB-printer.com and appeared at the 3D Print show in London last week.
CB-printer.com provides two versions of 3D printer: CB-printer kit and assembled CB-printer, both are completely made of aluminium, and available with CE certificate, meaning "European Conformity" that the manufacturer ensures that the product conforms with the essential requirements of the applicable EC directives.
We can still find the shape of Rapcraft on these CB-printers, the shape of Eiffel Tower which is pretty stable and allows CB-printer.com to work at higher speeds.
The assembled version has a start time of approx. 20 minutes, including checking calibration, warming up the head and the table and installation of software.
- Build envelope(mm): 200 x 200 x 180 mm
- Nozzle diameter (mm): 0.2 – 0.8 mm
- Layer thickness (mm): 0.1 mm
- Speed (mm/s): 50 – 300 mm/s
- System compatibility: Windows / MAC / Linux
- Weight: 8.2 kg
CB-printer kit: £1,168 / $1,864 / €1,442 including 23% VAT
CB-printer assembled: £1,228 / $1,960 / €1,517 including 23% VAT
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3D printer user wrote at 10/4/2013 12:25:23 PM:
Their response is terrible. They get money from customers and they ship broken units. Never respond for repairing. Never replace.