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    8 Cubic Feet? How big is the printer?

    How big is the 3DMonstr that prints builds up to 8 cubic feet? Where the heck would I store it?

    I'd love to be able to print things this big but I don't know how I would store and use it. I imagine the printer is huge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindros_bigE View Post
    I imagine the printer is huge.
    Their specified dimensions for the T-Rex 24 is 34" long, 36" wide, and 37" high and weighs in at 150lbs.

    It folds down to 53" long, 36" wide, and 6" high.

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    What are the dimensions of the largest possible build size?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RepRapOwner View Post
    What are the dimensions of the largest possible build size?
    There are three machines with the following build volumes:

    T-Rex 12: 12" x 12" x 12"
    T-Rex 18: 18" x 18" x 18"
    T-Rex 24: 24" x 24" x 24"

    Ben Reytblat

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    Wow Ben, those are some decent sizes. May I ask what the actual dimensions of these machines are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RepRapOwner View Post
    Wow Ben, those are some decent sizes. May I ask what the actual dimensions of these machines are?
    Thanks! Here's our page with all the dimensions:

    http://3dmonstr.com/content/3dmonstr-specifications

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    you can store it in a back of a pickup truck , or under your bed or something ( idk what truck or bed you have it's just a general rule of thumb)

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