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@Ultiarjan: the battery should not be too hard, as you see the printer is printing on blue tape, so no heated bed is used, and the mean power draw should be maybe 50w for the whole printer then.

A 6S 6Ah LiPO pack contains over 130Wh and is approx 5x5x15cm in size, four of those should fit under the printer and allow you to run the printer for ten hours straight on battery with no problem.

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Where was the spool? The bowden tube still stuck out too much of the box at 0.26s which would have caught on the packaging and the fact that it was started when already in the box, was a bad idea. Its videos like these that mislead people into thinking 3d printers are plug and play. When they are not.

Sorry to be a party pooper and i know its just fun advertising but these kind of unrealistic videos get on my nerves. :p

PostNL must really take care of their goods, because when my brothers plasma tv arrived via TNT it was in a water drenched destroyed cardboard box.

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