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85 Comments on "The Prusa i3 mk 3: Tomorrow’s 3d Printing Technology Today"

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Igor Schmidlapp
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Igor Schmidlapp
3 days 1 hour ago

Comparing a BETA unit to production units? Talk about an inherently unfair comparison. That costs your comparison a lot of points.

Mr Mackey
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Mr Mackey
8 days 13 hours ago

Torn between this and the CR10.. which do you recommend ? It’ll be my 2nd Printer.

Sebastian
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Sebastian
10 days 11 hours ago

I cant hear anything and your fat bodies distract in a ' i cant believe he can stand up with that gutt and titties pullin hom down' sort of way. Ohh your hands are periodically helping fight gravity

MD Altair
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MD Altair
12 days 15 hours ago

Am I the only one that liked the sound

Rob Hobby
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Rob Hobby
18 days 6 hours ago

advertising advertising advertising (sigh)when will we make a 3D printer ourselves?I've seen nothing but advertising for Prusa lately!PAY ATTENTIONalso with those other printers nothing but advertising!when are we going to do DIY things again?these kind of movies are no longer fun!I wish you good luck with other kind of videos!Rob.

Nicolai Weis
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Nicolai Weis
20 days 4 hours ago

Cant hear what they are saying but thats some banging frontground music

Andre S.
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Andre S.
24 days 21 hours ago

the mk3 is a Beast of a Machine.I wish Santa could come back a bring me 1 or 2. 😉

StealthLava
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StealthLava
25 days 16 hours ago

Edit 2: Sorry, You guys lost me at the $700 DIY Kit part. There are higher quality 3D printers that are less than that. And are pre-assemble. As for DIY. There is open source hardware and software. You can even edit the code to detect when the motor stops spinning, and to respond accordingly. A DIY 3D printer can be built for less than $250. Less than $100 if you are resourceful.Edit 1: There, I spell corrected for you Grammar Nazis.

digibluh
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digibluh
25 days 16 hours ago
This printer is by the guy that designed those other printers. it's open source. you can build this printer if you like….. firmware is free, software is free… CAD designs are free,. But no chineese can make a clone 100% to spec since it would just end up being the same price and people would rather the genuine one at that point so they haven't bothered. the MK2 has been around a while now and there are no clones that use the same firmware/board/heat bed in a similar range. they'll compromise on something someplace and reduce the reliability.
StealthLava
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StealthLava
1 month 7 days ago

Reviewed at Random it is the time of year to feel like crap. It is 21°F (-6°C) here in Michigan USA, and is snowing. Earlier in the week it was colder.

Reviewed at Random
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Reviewed at Random
1 month 7 days ago

Sorry that was snippy of me. Yes it is an expensive machine however IMHO it IS well worth it. Not sure why I picked a fight!

StealthLava
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StealthLava
1 month 7 days ago

Reviewed at Random Okay, I'll edit my comment. But it is redundant to have different spellings for the same pronunciation. Redundant because the context already changes the meaning of the word.I don't get why some people get so nerved up over proper English, when it is just extreme improper Latin.

Reviewed at Random
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Reviewed at Random
1 month 7 days ago

on the matter of your and you're it does actually matter as your means something belonging to you and you're means you are. They are not different spellings of the same word!

Reviewed at Random
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Reviewed at Random
1 month 7 days ago
It's a real printer. Running an Einsy custom board. The bed IS self levelling in that the z is adjusted to match the bed contours by using 9 probed points. The motors are standard but its how you drive them that counts. $500 without crash prevention, power protection or self-calibrating I assume? Its just started shipping by the way. Of course I run a business off the back of a Mk2 so the less people owning them and the more struggling to produce a decent print the better to be honest!With that in mind you are of course right. Do… Read more »
SoCalFreelance
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SoCalFreelance
25 days 22 hours ago

Look forward to hearing about all the newest models for 2018 covering desktop CNC milling, 3D printing, 3D scanning, laser cutting, etc.

Rocky Gregory
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Rocky Gregory
26 days 20 hours ago

Can't hear you over the awful music.

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