May 22, 2014

Janusz Wojcik and Pawel Rokita, the two most recognizable people in the 3D printing community in Poland, founders of FabLab Kielce, started their own website this week and launched its first product Goliat Extruder and latest project: delta 3D printer that prints with ceramics, salt, plastics and even food.

The Goliat extruder first appeared on Polish RepRap forums last year. It is made entirely of aluminum and has been tested more than hundreds of hours on different 3D printers. Its creator Janusz Wojcik has been modifying the extruder continuously according to the test results from early adopters.

The Goliat extruder is driven by a NEMA 17 stepper motor and supports 1.75 mm and 3 mm filaments. It is fully assembled and features J-Head hot end which is machined from a solid piece of metal, making it highly reliable, and long lasting. The extruder has also space for mounting a 40 mm x 40 mm fan.

The price for the Goliat extruder is 159 PLN (40 € or 50 $). The Goliat extruder is expected to hit Indiegogo in a few weeks.

The delta 3D printer was first presented at a 3D printing event in Kielce, but there were no specified information about it. This week tytan3d has unveiled a little more details about their new Delta 3D printer.

The frame of the the delta printer is made of aluminum. Its working area is expected to be diameter 200mm x height 350mm. The printer is equipped with a conventional cartridges where users can fill in different material (e.g. ceramics, salt, paper, plastics, adhesives or food).
The long strip LED that displays different colors shows the status of printing process.

This delta 3D printer is designed for both professionals and amateurs. Currently under test phase, the printer is expected to be presented at an upcoming event in Warsaw, Poland.

via centrumdruku3d

Posted in 3D Printers


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Tomek wrote at 8/7/2014 11:08:36 AM:

Campaign launched.

suda wrote at 7/30/2014 12:45:58 PM:

It's on Indiegogo right now:

Wild Bill wrote at 5/25/2014 8:10:39 PM:

Ohh those Ninjaflex Dildo's

Genia wrote at 5/24/2014 11:44:13 PM:

@Tony, Ninjaflex is useless for most people...

Tony wrote at 5/22/2014 1:35:20 PM:

Will it print with ninja flex i see big hole between the mk7 pulley and extruder block.

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