Build plate stack feeds 3D printer for continuous printing possibilities

Build plate stack feeds 3D printer for continuous printing possibilities

The BS210 fused filament printer from Opencreators can operate without supervision for up to 24 hours Just last week, Stephan Schürmann launched the BlackBelt on Kickstarter, a 3D printer that catered for continuous printing thanks to a carbon fiber conveyor belt instead of the usual print bed. Now Korea’s Opencreators has also kicked off a crowdfunding campaign for a 3D printing system that feeds in new build platforms for each object from a stack to, again, allow for continuous production. Design prototype of the BS210 fused filament printer from Opencreators As each object is printed by the BS210 fused […]

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