Code P-West BV in the Netherlands is a company that develops and manufactures precision mechanical and electronic components. Code P-West BV has 10 years experience in mechatronics and they have recently developed a compact desktop 3D printer "3D Builder".
The 3D Builder 3D Printer has a steel frame, and the extruder and guiding blocks are manufactured with cnc machined parts. It uses open source software Pronterface and Cura.
Code P-West offers fully assembled the Builder 3D Printer in red, black and grey color and cost EUR 1,195 / US$1,594 / GBP1,005 (tax not included). Besides you can also order 3D Builder kit for EUR 1,035 / US$1,380 / GBP870 (tax not included).
(3D Builder Kit)
- Build envelope: 250x250x250 mm
- Resolution: 0.15 mm
- Print Material: PLA 1.75 mm
- Power: 120 watts
- Extruder: single
- Weight: 16kg
- Printer size: 385x370x400 mm
- Lead time: 5 days
Code P-West will launch their 3D Builder with dual extruder at Rapidpro in February.
Posted in 3D Printers
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Harry wrote at 1/30/2013 11:12:47 AM:
Just another 'makerbot replicator' in a different case, No new invention, just a remix!
3D-junkie wrote at 1/24/2013 11:23:20 PM:
@ Francesco, It appears to be a new manufacturer in this field. Even though i agree its yet another FFD printer it appear to me as if they have greatly simplified the construction of both frame and runningwork. I for me am quite eager to try and test this machine.
Francesco Venuti wrote at 1/23/2013 9:56:34 PM:
Right Adam!!!..I think we can also overcome the great companies using a good dose of creativity, culture and technical knowledge. In my life I am a designer of consumer products, I have no knowledge about the mechanics or electronics, but I think that in the future the ideal factory, one day be able to produce vessels and the day after tables...this is the way!! A patent quuello as i-Robot (gurada link) is an example in the right direction, and we could get all ... A first step had already been done by the CSP with POWERWASP http://www.wasproject.it/ .. this is a project sees the university among the protagonists, and this makes us think that we are not just anyone, but if we combine efforts can scare even 3DSystems! editor's note : Check the novelty of Robotfactory: http://www.robotfactory.it/Cnc_index.htm
Francesco Venuti wrote at 1/23/2013 7:31:42 PM:
Another FFD printer?..why you don't support an highest resolution printer like this? http://www.indiegogo.com/ilios-hd-3d-printer
Adam B wrote at 1/23/2013 7:01:45 PM:
So it's an ultimaker frame + z platform and a makerbot replicator gantry + head. 3d printing needs more innovation and less duplication of what's already out there. where are the new ideas? This is just another cash grab