This brand new Autodesk 3D printer makes use of an innovative multi-headed setup that makes it possible to output truly massive creations in very little time.
Dubbed Project Escher, this 3D printer hardware takes the form of an assembly line of sorts of 3D printers. The printing heads are capable of working in unison to create large objects faster. Different print heads can also work on different elements, making it possible for large prototypes to be produced without having to go through multiple printing runs.
The issue with affordable 3D printers is that they are rather small and only capable of producing smaller objects. Bigger projects require you to break down your creation into multiple small parts that are printed separately. This multi-headed Autodesk 3D printer makes it easier than ever to print large objects whilst saving time and cost.
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