[hackerspaces] reliable 3d printer recommendations?

Russ Ryba russryba at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 20:39:07 CEST 2012

Makergear does publish their files online. HTTP://github.com/makergear - it
might be out of date but Rick has sent me files when requested before. He's
usually just too distracted to get to it. The m2 only has plastic bit
online but it's a good start.
On Sep 26, 2012 1:37 PM, "Al Jigong Billings" <albill at openbuddha.com> wrote:

>  Well, they cost about $1,600 including shipping but sure.
> At the Make event recently where they tested a bunch of printers, I was
> told by at least one participant that while all 3D printing software sucks,
> the proprietary Up! and Cubify software actually sucked the least.
> People are recommending the M2 from Makergear, which has good support, but
> I'll point out that none of Makergear's printers are open source either
> though they do use the (rather shitty) reprap printing software.
> Al
> --
> Al Jigong Billings
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> On Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 10:34 AM, Sparr wrote:
> While the Up! is reliable, I would recommend against it. The printing
> area/volume is much smaller than other printers in the $2k+ range, and
> the software is abysmally proprietary and insufficient.
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