FABtotum 3D prints and scans, mills, takes one step closer to self-replication

2013年8月22日 | By News | Filed in: News.

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FABtotum 3D prints, 3D scans, mills, takes one step closer to selfreplication

Granted, the name’s a bit of a groaner (and we now have pictures of Bukowski sitting in front of a CAD program in our heads), but this box is capable of a pretty impressive array of maker activities. There’s a 3D Printer, 3D scanner and CNC router on board. You can capture objects and print them out on the same device and do some subtractive manufacturing by way of a dual-head engraving / milling tool that can cut into wood and do PCB milling for circuit boards. FABtotum is currently up on Indiegogo, if you want to get in early. A final consumer version will run you a $1,099 pledge. Those units are expected to be delivered in May of next year.

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