The maximum object size that the MakerBot Replicator can print is 9.9″x 7.8″ x 5.9″. The maximum object size that the MakerBot Mini can print is 3.9″x 3.9″ x 4.9″. The maximum object size that the ToyBox 3D Printer can print is 3″x3″x3″.
How big can a 3D print object be?
On the Ultimaker 3, the specified maximum print size was 215 millimeters long by 215 millimeters deep by 200 millimeters high for a single extruder.
What is the biggest thing to be 3D printed?
What is this? “The largest solid 3D printed object measures 2.06 m³ (72.78 ft³) of 3D printed material, and was made by the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center (USA) in Orono, Maine, USA, on 10 October 2019. The boat is named 3Dirigo, after the state of Maine’s motto, ‘Dirigo’.”
How do you print large things on a 3D printer?
How To: Large 3D Printed Builds // 3D Printing Guide – YouTube
What is a good size 3D printer?
With the average printing bed size of a 3D printer intended for general use being around 150–300mm, if you wanted to scale up the size of your 3D creations, a printer of 350mm–500mm would be ideal, and luckily, there are a few worthy large-scale models available on the market for you to choose from.
How big is the MakerBot Replicator+?
|Build Volume||11.6 L x 7.6 W x 6.5 H in [29.5 L x 19.5 W x 16.5 H cm]; 573 in3 [9492 cm3]|
|Filament Compatibility||MakerBot PLA Filament, MakerBot Tough PLA Filament|
|Min Layer Height||100 micron (0.1 mm)|
|Build Surface||Grip Surface|
When did MakerBot Replicator 2X come out?
In September 2012, MakerBot introduced the Replicator 2.
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