RenderBot is a DIY 3D printer with a focus on quality

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RenderBot is a high-quality, inexpensive and easy-to-build 3D printer for Makers of any level.

It’s no secret that new, do-it-yourself 3D printers are a dime a dozen these days. Yet, it seems like a majority of these kits are designed with the goal of packing as many components into the machine as humanly possible, while still maintaining a low-cost and compact form factor. In reality, this leads to a device with limited capabilities and a number of malfunctioning parts, which ends up costing you a lot of more money in the long run. After experiencing the aforementioned problems first-hand with a variety of crowdfunding printers, one Springfield, Illinois startup has set out to change that trend with their RenderBot. This DIY 3D printer kit is not only inexpensive and easy-to-assemble, but more importantly, was created with superior quality in mind.


Tailored to both novice and advanced Makers alike, the RenderBot comes with a completely genuine, all-metal E3D hotend right from the start. This provides users with the durability…

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