There are now a good many desktop 3D printers vying for dominance in the home office, making it difficult for newcomers to stand out from the crowd. Italian digital prototyping laboratory 3DRap is looking to make its mark with a 3D-printed 3D Printer that makes use of open source software and will retail for just over $250.
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