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The new gMax 3D printer is a Kickstarter project that is raising the bar on 3Dprinters, literally. It is huge for a 3D desktop printer with an incredible 16” x 16” x 9” (2,304 cubic in) build volume!
Gordon LaPlante of Brooklyn is the man behind the colossal machine.
Taken from his Kickstarter campaign page;
With a 16” x 16” x 9” (2,304 in3) build volume, the gMax 3D Printer is among the top when it comes to build volume capabilities. The gMax will provide you the option to print larger, print smaller, or print something in between. If you want to print one long continuous print, you now have the opportunity (rather than having to break the pieces up into smaller prints). Size also doesn’t have to come at the sacrifice of quality since the printer is also capable of printing even small parts in amazing details down to 75 micron layer height.
You want the max – you need the gMax!
You can go straight to his campaign here http://goo.gl/rBkJT5