The Rostock MAX 3D printer by SeeMeCNC is based on Johann's original Rostock delta printer prototype. It features a new linear motion design which uses t-slot aluminum extrusion as not only the structural member, but also the linear bearing surface. The hot-end platform as well as the Delta arms are all made from strong and lightweight injection molded reinforced plastic. The lower wrap piece around the bottom hides the electronics. It uses UltiMachine RAMBo electronics, standard NEMA 17 motors, GT2 timing belt, and has approximate 10"+ Diameter x 13" + High build volume. The Rostock MAX is set up for 1.75mm filament only at the moment.
Watch the video below the Rostock MAX 3D printer in action.
The video below shows how to configure the awesome Repetier-Host software (V0.74) for use with a Rostock 3D printer.
The Rostock MAX 3D printer is now on Indiegogo, the first 200 perks are planned to be shipped before December 13th, 2012. On Indiegogo a complete Rostock MAX Kit in lasercut wood is available for early supporters for $849, and for $949 you will receive a complete Rostock MAX Kit in lasercut smoke/clear acrylic, including everything needed to assemble a working Rostock MAX 3D printer. This project has raised $21,567 of its $10,000 Goal and still 20 days to go before the campaign ends.
Source: Thinker Thing
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