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    They look like 8mm to me. I wonder why we havent seen them print anything utilizing it's advertised build volume. I would like to see a 15 inch Eiffel tower. Anyone can produce little figurines. Lets put their claims to the test to see if that their thin lead screws can handle a large, quality print. Someone make a request in their comments. Im on the edge on contributing but havent seen enough proof.

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    I guess they only have the Pro "readily available to print"? It's the only one we see in action on their video right?

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    Yeah but even the pro model we havent seen them actually print anything sizable utiziling even the pro model's build volume. Its not hard to create a printer capable of printing small figurines. Its when u print larger items that flaws begin to show. And the printing in the video are time lapses. Quite deceptive. Afterall they are also an experienced visual graphics company. I would like to see a raw unedited real time video of a larger scale print.
    Last edited by Dannyboy; 05-08-2015 at 07:50 PM.

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    What did I do? Got ripped off.

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    Yep, all of us. Again.

 

 

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