" Home to a Makerbot 3D printer, which was - at the moment - creating a finger ring that presumably grants the wearer some kind of superpower. Next to that was a subtractive fabrication machine that the Fab Labers use to create their own circuit boards - a vinyl cutter that allows them to create everything from stickers for laptops to designs for t-shirts with a rocket-propelled unicorn on them. Among the other toys is a big orange box that had a few folks busily working, opening and closing a small door. When the door was open for a minute, you could see a bright light emanating forth. While my guide explained to me the finer design points of the laser cutter, I kind of tuned him out, overexcited by the prospect of playing with lasers. They wouldn’t let me, though. "

SKOT THAYER - Cairo Scene

  • Build volume: 25 x 21 x 20 cm | 9.84 x 8.3 x 8 in.
  • Layer height: 0.05 – 0.35 mm
  • Speed: 100 mm/s
  • Print surface: heated with cold corners compensation /PEI hassle free
  • Number of extruders: 1
  • Supported materials: Any thermoplastic including Nylon and Polycarbonate
  • Filament sensor: No
  • Power panic: No
  • Octoprint compatibility: Yes
  • Advanced sensors: automatic points XYZ /
    skew axes compensation automatic 9 points XYZ / skew axes compensation

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