Tim Richardson has been involved with the Raspberry Pi community from almost the start. He is part of the Pi Wars organising team and a course designer/builder, as well as writing the CamJam EduKit worksheets, CamJam organiser, and now a PCB designer.
After seeing his first 3D printer at a Raspberry Jam back in 2014, Tim Richardson bought one. They were just starting to become affordable, albeit £600 for a ‘budget’ one back then! They are much more affordable now, as little as £150–£200 for a decent one.
He has some advice for those new to or thinking about getting one. See also Use a 3D printer with Raspberry Pi 50 Raspberry Pi tips & tools OctoPrint Tim suggests that one of the best upgrades you can do is to add a Raspberry Pi computer running OctoPrint . It’s free and open-source and […]
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