Parts from that New Matter machine are actually pretty good.

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(Daniel O'Connor) #1

Parts from that New Matter machine are actually pretty good.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTEb4xPoXXg

(Jon Gordon) #2

Affording is easy. Justifying however…

(Daniel O'Connor) #3

I go along with that, one thing I’d say though with regards to the rest of CES this year is that companies like Lulzbot are showing functionality and real world uses over trinkets

(Jeff DeMaagd) #4

“I was a 3D printing user before I started New Matter” Well, I would surely hope so.

(Neal Grieb) #5

Where were these guys before I wasted my money on the DaVinci 1.0? Oh wait, just looked at the specs…6x4x5 inch build volume and PLA only. Tis still a dream: useful home printers under $500.

(Davor Miljkovic) #6

What design software can be used on this 3D printer,Solid works, Inventor, Auto cad???

(Jeff DeMaagd) #7

@Davor_Miljkovic I imagine anything that can output STLs, which I know Solidworks and Inventor does. There are some free programs that export STLs too. Not all programs export STLs equally well though. You need to watch for gaps in the model and intersecting triangles, esp. if you’re using a mesh-type software.

(Davor Miljkovic) #8

thanks Jeff