Last time, we told you about a transformer laptop with a touchscreen called Falcon, the main “chips” of which are compactness, the ability to work in tablet mode, and good autonomy. Today’s article focuses on a unique 3D printer called CERAMBOT, which can print ceramics.
About the project
At Kickstarter, Cerambot is raising funds to produce a low-cost 3D printer for printing ceramics, and also provides the option to separately purchase specialized extruders that are compatible with most desktop FDM 3D printers.
Chinese start-up promotes not so much a 3D printer as special print heads for working with clay and ceramic masses.
The company also offers the opportunity to purchase an extruder complete with a small delta printer capable of printing products up to Ø170 × 285 mm.
Extruders are offered in two versions with different drives – either a gear worm (Pro) or pneumatic (Air).
By themselves, the extruders can be adapted to different models of FDM 3D printers, as long as the case design does not interfere, since the capacity and the drive are rather bulky and are mounted outside.
The pneumatic version of the extruder (Air) is available to early customers at a price of $ 39, while the worm-driven version of the Pro is priced at $ 129. The Cerambot 3D printer bundled with the Air extruder can be ordered for $ 199, and with the Extruder Pro for $ 329. The start of deliveries is scheduled for April next year.
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