Jan.1, 2013

QU-BD released Revolution and Revolution XL 3D printers. The difference between the two is that the Revolution XL is 90mm bigger on X, Y and Z. The source files will be released when they ship.


  • Frame Material: CNC Machined Billet Aluminum, Anodized
  • Frame Hardware: Fully Countersunk Stainless Socket Cap Screws (Metric)
  • Bed Material: 3/8" Thick Basalt (a volcanic glass) | Ground Flat
  • Heated Bed: Silicone Rubber
  • Linear Motion Type: X/Y Belts and Linear Bearings | Z Screws. Linear Bearings
  • X-Motors: Dual NEMA 14 Motors w/ Up To 32x Microstepping
  • Y/Z-Motors: Dual NEMA 17 Motors w/ Up To 32x Microstepping
  • Electronics: Azteeg X1
  • Stepper Drivers: Texas Instruments Based Drivers w/ 32x Microstepping
  • Power Supply: 24v (Most Likely 350w)
  • Extruder: Single
  • Weight: 6 ounces

Revolution 3D printer: $799

Build Volume: Approximately 6"x5.5"x5.5" (152 x 140 x 140 mm) or ~2.97 Liters

Frame Exterior Dimensions: 10" x 10" x 9.5" (254 x 254 x 241 mm)

Revolution XL 3D printer: $999

Build Volume: Approximately 9.5"x9"x9" (241 x 229 x 229 mm) or ~12.61 Liters

Frame Exterior Dimensions: < 13.5" x 13.5" x 12.75" (343 x 343 x 324 mm)

Early adopters of the Revolution and Revolution XL will receive a $100 and $150 discount off the regular retail prices.

There will be a total of 60 pre-order units for the Revolution and 60 for the Revolution XL. They will be broken up into two batches of 30 units. The first 30 units are expected to be delivered in March and the second 30 units for April. Once the inventory amount reaches 30 units you will automatically be in the second batch.

Stay tuned for more pictures and videos.





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Mary Rankin wrote at 7/25/2013 5:34:25 PM:

Just found this site about a film on 3D Printing... http://www.3dprintingrevolution.com/ Very Cool Mary

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