A Portable Compact Hack-able Cetus 3D Printer About To Go Live On Kickstarter
Well, you must know that the Cetus 3D printer is about to go live on Kickstarter and its small footprint means you can find a place for this diminutive creation on most workbenches.
It is totally portable and you are also capable of hacking it. Hence, it is an open source start point for the engineers among you that possibly will get you building your own fully equipped 3D printer. That’s the main target market.
For those creative makers and engineers, before they begin to get ambitious and boost the hardware, who would like to learn about 3D printing with a machine that just does the job, Cetus 3D is certain of the fact that there is a solid niche for them.
The Cetus 3D includes solid print bay volume of 180x180x180mm even though it measures only 265x265x275mm. Plenty can be offered by this slimline unit which is capable of fitting in a toolbox, home fashion studio and more while the consumer-grade 3D printers are getting massive.
Although noticeably simple, it is very strong which is amazingly very reassuring in the present world. The facile design of the Cetus 3D might turn out to be very good thing as complexity leads to trouble mostly. It’s essentially two rails, a printer head and a bay.
All three axes are controlled with the help of high-quality linear bearings that the start-up maintains provides excellent print quality. It comes with a self-levelling bed and in addition to this, it is also virtually silent.
From a classy looking vase to intricate jewellery, a selection of intricate prints in PLA are present on the Facebook page of the company.
Several various nozzle options are included in the Cetus 3D which comprises of 0.2mm HD, 0.4mm Standard and 0.6mm Fast to give you a variety of printing options depending on the resolution and printing speed you need.
The starting price of Cetus is $299 and it works right out the box. However, the greatest temptations about it are its simplicity and the fact that you can get at all the working parts. Therefore, we can expect to witness some seriously modified Cetus 3Ds soon.
Even with the help on offer from the RepRap community and other online platforms, there exist some people who are just not ready construct a 3D printer from scratch. At the same time as letting you access to each and every part so that your printer may develop along with your growing needs, this is indeed a simple way to get started with a 3D printer.
This is the reason that an additional dc output also comes along with the print head, to facilitate you so that you can incorporate additional electronics. Additionally, you are capable of easily attaching accessories and additional tools to the aluminium extrusion body as well.
In short, we can say that it is not only a simple printer, but also the start point for your own mini-factory. It could appeal, then, to those with a more creative attitude to the printer itself who don’t want to build a printer from scratch.
Now the real question is, is there a market for this? Well, we are not sure. . Hardcore makers take as much pleasure from building the printer as they do from making a perfect model. There’s definitely a niche with fashion designers and other home hobbyists that haven’t truly got to grips with 3D printing, though. Therefore, providing a basis of a printer that they can be capable of hacking and tune could appear to be a good idea, nevertheless we can only know about the response of the public once the Kickstarter campaign goes live.
It appear to be a simple, strong and relatively near 3D printer. We can hope that this is good enough to begin a tidal wave of interest and get the makers of this world switched on to additive manufacturing.