SpiderBot Delta 3D Printer

SpiderBot V1.5 What's new?

Written by on Friday, 30 May 2014

We are proud to reveal the V1.5 incremental update of the SpiderBot 3D Printer. The V1.5 Update contains:

- New Main Body Anodized Rails for improved moment of inertia.
- Improved Linear Guideways (lighter and play adjustment is no longer needed).
- Larger Magnets in Ball ends

Continue reading to see images and more details.

Dual head closed beta release...

Written by Ph. Boichut on Tuesday, 26 August 2014

After months and months of tests, design iterations, 7 prototypes, some unfortunate delays,  the SpiderBot 3D printer dual head is close to being publicly released. Will be testing untill next week, if everything is fine, the beta test for the first 10 dual heads will follow.

Important  improvements have been made compared to a standard dualhead and the earlier shown design.

New hot-end Cooler

Written by Ph. Boichut on Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Thanking ProfBen (see the initial forum post here) for his initial ideas and very good work...

SpiderBot used for Reconstructive Surgery

Written by Ph. Boichut on Monday, 12 May 2014

One of our customer, a Maxillo-facial Surgeon, uses his SpiderBot to print 3D models of maxillary and skulls.
This is an exact replica of the anatomy of a patient, printed from simple medical scanner of his jaw or head.

Surprise Interview at Qualup SAS

Written by Ph. Boichut on Wednesday, 19 February 2014

, a journalist and author for:

3dprintingindustry.com

was visiting Lyon for a Rapid Prototyping Conference and paid us a surprise visit for an interview.

You can read it here.