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ReliaBuild BIG – The largest format open-source printer is alive!

After months of sourcing parts, countless hours of collaboration back and forth with members of the Rigidbot Google Plus community, and weeks of machining, we now have the first commercially available run of BIGs. The frame design is the same as the original BIG from Rigidbot,

By | March 29th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on ReliaBuild BIG – The largest format open-source printer is alive!

Skip-Sense, the key to Large Build Volume Success!

Skip-Sense is a critical component to successful large build volume 3D Printing Traditionally, it has been very difficult to get large build volume prints to successfully print without setting print settings at agonizingly slow speeds. Although this solution isn't without other potential issues, it can be

By | February 19th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Skip-Sense, the key to Large Build Volume Success!

This is the Reliabuild 3D Printer. Open source, open frame, open mind.

We love 3D printing so much, we want you to love it too. We have designed the Reliabuild 3D printer with you in mind. Nothing is more frustrating than to put hours of work into a design and then have the print fail. Reliabuild 3D

By | January 26th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on This is the Reliabuild 3D Printer. Open source, open frame, open mind.

What is the value of building upon the past in 3D Printing?

Rigidbot and Reliabuild are now interesting branches on a tree of 3D printers for desktop applications. With the demise of Rigidbot, LLC we lost a great design in the mechanical engineered rigidity created by the original Rigidbot 1 (RB1) and Rigidbot BIG (RBB) printers. The Rigidbot 2 (RB2)

By | January 4th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on What is the value of building upon the past in 3D Printing?