Open-Source Self-Replicating FoldaRap 3D Printer Prints Objects On the Go

April 15, 2014 by  
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The FoldaRap open-source 3D printer can be folded to fit into your rucksack and prints objects on the go. French designer Emmanuel Gilloz developed the 140x140x140mm device over the course of seven months and has now, thanks to a successful crowdfunding campaign, created new prototypes and beta-testers. Read the rest of Open-Source Self-Replicating FoldaRap 3D Printer Prints Objects On the Go Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3D printers , 3D printing , crowdfunding campaign 3d printer , foldable 3d printer , FoldaRap , FoldaRap 3d printer , green gadgets , open source design , open-source 3d printer , RepRap 3d printer , self-replicating 3d printer , ulele campaign

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