Last year, open source advocate LulzBot, now part of FAME 3D in North Dakota, switched directions with the release of its first bioprinter, which is pretty different from the traditional filament extrusion systems it offers . But the latest in the brand’s portfolio, the recently released LulzBot TAZ Pro S, fits right in with the existing TAZ Pro industrial desktop 3D printer line.
The new LulzBot TAZ Pro S is designed to print professional on-demand parts, large functional prototypes, and manufacturing aids, in a package that costs less than $4,000. With a build volume of 280 x 280 x 285 mm, the TAZ Pro S is a little bigger than its predecessor, the LulzBot TAZ 6 , which offers 280 x 280 x 250 mm worth of print volume. The printer’s Z-axis belt drive offers less Z wobble, which results in quick cycle times for faster […]
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