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Posted (edited) · Large printer recomendation?

I'm looking for a new printer for large prints, unfortunately no Ultimaker is big enough.

Must have a bed of at least 600x600 mm.

FDM printer

Dual extruders

Fully enclosed

Heated bed and possibly heated enclosure

Preferably possible to use Cura, at least not only proprietary manufacturer software.

Must accept materials from most manufacturers, no proprietary material restrictions.

 

Any suggestions?

I have a few on my list but want to hear what the community opinions are.

 

If moderators feel I'm swearing in the church discussing other brands, feel free to remove this post. 

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Posted · Large printer recomendation?
6 hours ago, AndersK said:

If moderators feel I'm swearing in the church discussing other brands, feel free to remove this post.

Don't worry 🙂 

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Posted · Large printer recomendation?

I have seen them on Youtube, maybe your best option is to search for reviews there?

 

Could be on the CNC kitchen channel, or Makersmuse? Or was it that Bernaculus Nerdgasm guy, or something like that? I don't remember...

 

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Posted · Large printer recomendation?

Thanks I'll have a look at that.

I was hoping the community would have some insight since I put more trust in the people here than on other social media.

 

Have my eyes on a Modix 120 with a build volume of 1200x650x650 

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