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competition for the ultimaker? :p

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Having printed some modio parts (and designing a few for their challenge) I can say this will likely be a train wreck. The ball a socket joints either break after a short time playing or are too loose to hold position. often a bit of post print clean up is needed to even fit them together.

They are totally over selling this by stacking tons of (probably SLS) high quality prints along side a prototype $300 FFD printer. They have ~6 months to try to deliver.

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