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The orange and the Cooper Black font says 1970s, the platform says 'future'.
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BukoBot Pyramid Printing Vid
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Diego Porqueras, Bukobot
A selection of parts printed on the Bukobot
Kickstarter and other crowd-funding platforms are ripe with potential new 3D printers looking for a little cash backing to get them going.
From the Printxel to the Printrbot and now Bukobot. Bukobot is actually a range of printers that are, according to the makers, suitable newbies, veteran makers and professionals alike.
Bukobots come with a 'Green' option for the environmentally aware, featuring biodegradable PLA print material and a lower power consumption set up. For the more demanding user a dual extrusion version (the Buko 8 Duo) is also set to tbe released.
Get yourself over to Kickstarter now and take a look at what you can get for your money — a dual extrusion system for a pledge of $1,299 or more sounds pretty good value.