ReliaBuild 3D printers are state-of-the-art, internationally acclaimed, 3D printers assembled in the USA.
There are many 3D Printers on the market today, but ReliaBuild 3D printers focus on the functionality and success of your prints.
Skip correction – Eliminates the most frustrating issue in long prints. Automatically keeps the printer on track. (Upgrade Coming Soon!)
Open-Source mainboard – World-class thermal properties unlike any other desktop printer, reducing heat and creating a more reliable printing experience.
Strong support community – Legacy Rigidbot members on the Google+ forum under Rigidbot. This provides 24/7 support and help you are looking for in educational or critical printing applications.
Aircraft grade aluminum components – Provides a solid frame and base components for dimensional accuracy and reliable printing.
Customizable – The team at Laser Weld Design will help create custom components. The software and firmware are all open source so you can also customize on your own.
Reliabuild Printers build on the legacy and great mechanical design of the Rigidbot, but add the Reliability of advanced electronics and experienced communities.
The Reliabuild 10 x 10 x 10 build volume is amazing. It provides for options to print multiple items at a time, or larger objects as needed.
Check out our Flaghip printer the “BIG” at 12 x 16 x 10 and upgraded heights to 14″ are also available.
All Reliabuild 3D printers offer upgraded extruded aluminum for a stiffer, but lighter footprint and new features. They are now available.
If you have an original Rigidbot (RB1 or RBB) we have a custom kit that allows a full electronics upgrade and improved positive lock connectors. Our 4e3d mainboard is built with extra thick 2 oz. copper layers to dissipate heat and remove the issues that plagued the original Rigidbot electronics. They also feature I-Squared C (I2C) expandability which is built into the board as well as new digital DAC control that eliminates the adjustable pots.
Automatic skip correction is also available as of January 2018 to insure reliability on those time intensive prints.
The kit is also adaptable to many other printers and the firmware is compatible with Arduino/Marlin code.