Images below are from some of RepRapPro's customers
The following pictures are a nice illustration of subtle use of support material. The support is the same material as the build material and the software automatically produces a weak pattern for easy removal.
The following video is from McMaster EPIC Lab. They purchased a number of our kits including our Full Huxley and Huxley Hardware kits. Their main goal is to expose first year engineering students at McMaster University to hands-on learning.
With thanks to the following customers for allowing us to use their photos and videos:
Arthur, Karl and Adam (the Silkworm team)
If you would like to appear in our gallery, please let us know and send through a link to the picture or video.
The images below are prints that RepRapPro have printed using our RepRap printers
*This image shows the screw cup printed by Jean-Marc on a RepRapPro Huxley with a 60-micron human hair under the microscope so you can see the superb surface finish. For the full story see: http://blog.reprap.org/2011/11/quality-open-source-for-win-part-deux.html
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