• How to Add a Printer to Your Raspberry Pi (or Other Linux Computer)

      If you’re experimenting with the Pi as a desktop replacement, want to enable a physical print output for a program or application suite you’re using, or otherwise want to enable traditional printing on your Pi, this...

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  • 3D4040: printing big!

      It is no longer a problem, nor it is expensive, to print big size items and terrain models: we showed you that by means of our new creation, the FDM 3D printer that our well-equipped readers...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • 3D4040: The big 3D printer with a small price

        This printer has a building volume of 400 x 400 x 400 mm; it integrates all the functions of the 3Drag, including the “hackability”, that is typical of the Arduino-based controller.   When we created...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Dotter: DIY Arduino Powered Dot Matrix Printer

    Dotter is a huge dot matrix printer based on Arduino. Most of the parts are 3D printed, there are also 28BYJ48 stepper motors (the cheapest stepper motors you can find) and some basic components. It can print...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • An Open Source Filament Extruder for 3D Printer

      Create filaments for FDM printing of your choice, by yourself, thanks to this self buildable machine that gives new life to PLA, ABS and PET leftovers.   Even if their price decisively fell in the last...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • R-360 the (self dubbed) most simple and modular 3D printer is campaigning on Kickstarter

    This R-360 open source printer has a cool approach and basically uses a rotating plate to keep its size ultra small. It’s a cool project since it’s rare to see innovations going towards simplicity. via R-360 :...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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