• Prusa SL1 - It is printed!

    I am currently producing components and models using three different production techniques - metal etching, 3D printing and laser cut. Since all my digital templates are now created as vector graphics in Adobe Illustrator, I am relatively flexible in choosing the technology and can choose the appropriate process depending on the requirements. There is one disadvantage, however. In Norway there are no providers of such commissioned work. Therefore, the etching and laser cutting are done in Germany and the 3D printing in Belgium. This usually takes several weeks and, thanks to additional customs fees, costs a lot. But especially in the planning phase, you want to see changes directly on the model, preferably as quickly as possible. Etching yourself is for ...

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