Nov.21, 2014

Berlin-based BigRep has announced that it will introduce their latest 3D printer BigRep One.2 at EuroMold 2014 in Frankfurt next week.

While consumer 3D printers are often limited to creating hand-sized objects, German studio BigRep wanted to create an affordable 3D printer that can build furniture in full size. BigRep unveiled its first product, BigRep ONE 3D printer in February 2014. With a working volume of 1060 x 1070 x 1105 mm, 1.3 cubic meters (45 inches x 39 inches x 47 inches, 46 cubic feet), BigRep ONE can fabricate objects on a 1:1 scale, making it one of largest commercially available fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printer in the world. The BigRep ONE was priced at around $39,000.

BigRep ONE.2, apparently a version 2 of the device, features a working volume of 1100 x 1067 x 1097 mm (1.3 m³).

At EuroMold 2014, BigRep will demonstrate the possibilities with the BigRep ONE.2, which is able to produce prototypes and models, as well as molds. One example BigRep wants to demonstrate is glass vases. With 3D printed molds, a glassmaking factory realized vases at a size of 40 x 60 cm. The BigRep ONE.2, along with 3D printed molds and these vases will all be exhibited during the event in Frankfurt in Hall 11, Booth F86.

The suggested retail price of the BigRep ONE.2 3D printer is €36000 ($44,700).

Lukas Oehmigen, CTO and founder of BigRep commented: "With our latest project we are demonstrating how 3D printing can be used in manufacturing. Our objective is to make full-size 3D printing affordable for everyone – in design, prototyping and manufacturing. In this class, we are setting the standards. Costs for the printer and filament are far below those of our competitors. Thus, we will revolutionize manufacturing and make it more flexible."

An Update on BigRep One Pricing - Aug 31, 2018:

The starting price of a BigRep ONE 3D printer is now $64,500.


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sandeep kapoor wrote at 6/23/2015 12:40:09 PM:

Want to buy a 3d printer in India. Kindly suggest model. Uses for commercial purpose.mail id

jd90 wrote at 11/22/2014 7:19:17 PM:

Most machinery of any kind in that price range don't look like aluminum tubing & gussets holding them together. I think the commercial and industrial market would probably be bothered by that.

manko wrote at 11/22/2014 1:59:14 AM:

go big or go home, I guess.

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