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WTFFF?! 3D Printing Podcast Features Design by MAKEiT’s Russell Singer

We first ran into the team behind the WTFFF?! 3D printing podcast about a year ago at SoCal MakerCon in Pomona, California. Since then we’ve had a few opportunities to talk with hosts Tom and Tracy Hazzard and it’s always a privilege to catch them, either on the podcast or at local events. It’s exactly a year after we met and WTFFF?! is revisiting a conversation about 3D printed design. If you haven’t heard it before take a listen to the WTFFF?! conversation about the 3D printed table shown here, designed by MAKEiT’s Russell Singer, or check out more photos of this and more 3D printed designs in our photo gallery!

Disrupt It Yourself reviews the MAKEiT Pro-L

Recently Andrew “Distrupt It Yourself” Stott completed an extended test of a pre-production Pro-L test printer, see what he has to say about it here:

“Being a 3D printer with a large build volume, dual extruders, and being very accurate, means that this is a 3D printer that isn’t going to disappoint… I’ve never seen prints this good in my own personal experience, and I’ve always tried to demand the very best out of the 3D printers that I use”

Fabbaloo on the MAKEiT Pro-L Launch

Fabbaloo is a web magazine and blog focused on the news and developments in desktop and industrial 3D printing. We first ran into them when displaying our original MAKEiT Pro model printers at an expo almost two years ago. Since then we’ve been watching their pages diligently, and recently they picked up on the launch of our new Pro-L 3D printer. Here’s a bit of what they had to say:

When I first encountered MAKEiT, I wasn’t sure what to make of their machine until I looked very closely. While the machine appeared to be yet another basic 3D printer, this one included a number of features that transform what might otherwise be a basic 3D printer into a true industrial production machine.

Now they’ve released the Pro-L, an improved version of the original machine. And the changes are more than just a rather shiny exterior, which actually looks pretty good.

The new machine still includes the capability of producing multiple copies of an object during the same print run, sometimes able to double print speeds by doing so. Among the other new features are:

  • New control board
  • More expansion capability
  • Dual-phase bed heater
  • Redesigned print head with dual-fan cooling system

You can see the rest of Fabbaloo’s coverage here.