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    I've been printing spur gears with Taulman Alloy...

    I've been printing spur gears with Taulman Alloy 910. The resulting gears are incredibly strong and durable. They could easily be used for medium duty production mechanisms. If you're printing gears,...
  2. You might check out the Type A Machines Series 1...

    You might check out the Type A Machines Series 1 Pro, as well. It's one of only a few desktop printers that meet your 30cm cubed request.
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    Sticky: I'd like to see 3Dprint.com review the new Type A...

    I'd like to see 3Dprint.com review the new Type A Machines Series 1 Pro. I've been hearing good things about it and would like to know whether they are true.
  4. I've been considering the new 2014 Series 1....

    I've been considering the new 2014 Series 1. Unfortunately, I need a heated build platform and dual extruders from the start, so I'd have to wait until they finally have those available. I'm planning...
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    Personally, I think the most bang for the buck is...

    Personally, I think the most bang for the buck is currently the Solidoodle 3. It has a much larger print volume than the Printrbot Jr. It has a heated print bed. Plus, it's about $900 fully assembled.
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