Chinese company DreamMaker CC launched their first desktop 3D printer: DreamMaker. This 3D printer is built based on the open source RepRap 3D printer. It has a laser cutting acrylic frame and the total weight is 12kg. DreamMaker is claimed to be able to reach to speed of 150mm / s and layer thickness of 0.05mm.
DreamMaker accepts pre-order now and has a price tag of RMB6,899 (USD1,107 / EUR827 / GBP709).
- 3D printing technology: FDM
- Build envelope: 200 x 200 x 200mm
- Layer thickness: ≥ 0.05mm
- Nozzle: 0.4mm
- Maximum print speed: 150mm / s (recommended 100mm / s)
- Printer size: 340 x 350 x 390mm
- Material: PLA and ABS
- Power: email@example.com
- Weight: 12kg
- Operating System: Window / mac / Linux
- Power Requirements: 220v @ 50Hz
- Device Interface: High-speed USB / SD Card
(Images credit: DreamMaker)
Watch the video below the DreamMaker printing an iPhone case.
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Bram wrote at 2/17/2013 7:09:43 PM:
Great innovative work guys! NOT!
Erik de Bruijn, Ultimaker co-founder wrote at 2/12/2013 10:45:53 PM:
It's not a RepRap clone. This Ultimaker 'clone' is not an identical copy of Ultimaker, but contains many outdated parts from previous Ultimaker designs. Ultimaker keeps innovating to bring you the latest, and we frequently update our offering. Also, we use high-quality parts only, because Ultimaker has a good name to uphold. Cloners are looking for creating a single transaction. Understand that with an Ultimaker there's a customers support, spare parts, warranty and good callibration. Plus you'll have future compatibility.
John wrote at 2/12/2013 3:42:55 PM:
Makerbot has had Mbot for years, UP has 3D Systems :) and now Ultimaker has Dreammaker..
montani wrote at 2/12/2013 3:34:18 PM:
woow super clever to just copy a product that's already out there, that requires amazing skills!
Adam B wrote at 2/12/2013 3:23:07 PM:
it's a copy of ultimaker but this has worse quality. open source isn't leading to very much innovation. just crappy clones.
Konrad wrote at 2/12/2013 2:49:13 PM:
It's based on Ultimaker rather than RepRap. And I guess it's more than "based on" - it's actually 95% identical copy.
Michal wrote at 2/12/2013 2:13:24 PM:
Thats the copy of ultimaker