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yay 3d printer! Make-A-Bot is a small DIY additive fabricator ("3d printer") using the fused deposition / fused filament fabrication principle. It uses commercial open-source components from Makerbot Industries with custom mechanics and construction. The machine chassis is waterjet-cut aluminum and the pedestal and electronics cabinet are 6mm laser-cut acrylic. For more information on Make-A-Bot, see http://www.etotheipiplusone.net/?page_id=1114 . Make-A-Bot is just the project name, and is not affiliated with Makerbot Industries.

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