MBot Cube

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MBot Cube by mbot3d Aug 14, 2012



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New Machine Mbot Cube Dual Personal 3D Printer.
It have a bigger build platform, as large as 200x200x200mm .
Support dual extruder
Support LCD control
Support SD card print

This is a new version of personal 3d printer based on MakerBot's Replicator. Thanks for MakerBot's Open Source Project.

Get More on MBot Cube www.mbot3d.com


For more information of Mbot Cube,
Please go to: http://www.mbot3d.com/product-3d-printer/mbot-cube-kit

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I was looking for a smaller than my replicator. I really like your Mbot Cube! By the way, i want to order some parts from your website but i can't find if you ship to Greece and how to calculate shipping. Any help?

Both Makerbot and Mbot are containing Chinese parts ! and the mightyboard became an open source too and free for all, so don't be surprised if you found your clone in China one day.

So you're a Chinese manufacture advertising Makerbot clones on Makerbot's website?

This is more of a derivative than a clone.

You want a clone to nag about, you can join everyone else and get on TangiBot's case :-P.

And wait, you're surprised that a Chinese company is cloning something?

This is exactly what I wanted with http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:27627http://www.thingiverse.com/thi.... Great job!

Dup1icat0r, RepliMaker,...(You Name IT!)
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Are you going to post a full bill of materials?

The Replicator clone market is heating up. :)

Well, aside from the manufacturing technique, material choice and design its just a consequence of marketing(psychology). Think iphone.

Ask mostly anyone: 'How come do you want a dito?'

This question is suddenly transformed to a 'why'-question and a dreamy story is layed out in front of you.

Same thing here, e. g just take a look at http://planet.arcol.huhttp://planet.arcol.hu - "where do you makerbot"(!?) etc.
How some users seem to tag certain stuff on thingiverse with makerbot and one wonder how does the thing and the makerbot-tag really relate, if at all?

Of course then we have a whole culture thing g
oing on here as well, but lets not dwell all the way back to the very loud calvinistic-footprint that still echoes today.

I really hope that it leads to a price drop. If there is stiff competition I can see that happening and I would love to see more people using the technology.