Artifex 3D Printer
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The 3DMakerWorld Artifex is an open source desktop 3D printer. The printer's frame is based on the frame of MendelMax-2.0, and the design was heavily modified for printability, strength, wire management, vibration reduction, filament feeding, and compatibility with other features in the extruder and heated build platform.
- Artifex Specifications: http://www.3dmakerworld.com/artifex/specifications
- Artifex Features: http://www.3dmakerworld.com/artifex/features
- List of Artifex Printed Parts: http://www.3dmakerworld.com/files/ArtifexPrintedParts.pdf
- Learn more about the Artifex 3D Printer at http://www.3dmakerworld.com/artifex.
As an open source 3D printer, the 3DMakerWorld Artifex was designed with the inspiration from many others' work in the open source 3D printing community. Please see our acknowledgements at http://www.3dmakerworld.com/artifex/acknowledgements.
UPDATE: The source files are now available at: https://github.com/3dmakerworld/artifex.
- Artifex Build Instructions [25.7M]: http://www.3dmakerworld.com/files/ArtifexBuildInstructions.pdf
- Artifex User Manual [6.5M]: http://www.3dmakerworld.com/files/ArtifexUserManual.pdf
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Artifex 3D Printer by 3DMakerWorld is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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