The most affordable stereolithographic 3D printer ever is being manufactured right now and it looks like the first complete boxes have arrived at Formlabs. Can’t wait to see them expanding their market with this tinkerer’s dream tool.
The new printer is optimized for ABS, a better but more challenging solution for 3D printing. It also features 2 side-by-side extruders for multicolor prints, enclosed sides for a more stable cooling period and a higher quality build plate. Available mid-March for $2799 on Makerbot’s online store source: Makerbot press release
Rethink Robotics’s Baxter looks at first sight like any other industrial robot: But its price tag is only slightly above $20000. There’s no need for specialized programmers, learning new operations hand-guided by its human supervisors. It doesn’t need protection cages as it’s sensors alerts it of the proximity of obstacles and humans. The onboard flat […]
New year wishes from Aldebaran Robotics‘ humanoid. No consumer version in sight but it’s still progressing.
The latest trend on robotics websites: new year wishes! At last some good news from Spain. TheCorpora sends greetings via its new Evo Q.bo ROS.