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The most affordable smart multi-color 3D Printer, designed for everyone, everyday use.
The most affordable smart multi-color 3D Printer, designed for everyone, everyday use.
832 backers pledged £254,825 to help bring this project to life.

May Update! Make Your 3D-Pringting Parts Fun

Posted by Emma (Collaborator)
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Dear Backers:  

We hope you are doing well.   

We are writing to announce that we have expanded our range of sensors and modules to make 3D printing much more interesting!   

These modules are from DFRobot's Boson Kit, and offer varied functions. The DFRobot Boson is coding-free! Using these modules and your Overlord 3D printer, you are easy to make a lot of different applications, such as a goofy walking robot, a flashing pumkin....  

The DFRobot Boson is launching on Kickstarter.  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1371216747/dfrobot-boson-a-powerful-building-block-for-stem?ref=nav_search

Thanks for your continued support!

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    1. DFRobot Collaborator on

      @Frazer: You may missed our information. Sorry for that. Regarding your problem, we are really sorry to hear that. Please check http://www.dreammaker.cc/… for proper information about this printer. We know that we haven't done well, but we are continue to improve. Just let us know what we can help.

    2. Frazer Taylor on

      For the record to all those thinking about backing... I was an original backer of the first overlord pro. The support and updating of the printer is been awful. Hardware failure. Firmware ha they just said here it is and now it's open source you can have it. Software and accessories also a joke - bought the laser attachment and never even got any mounting instructions never mind a guide on how to use / config. I am sure some of you out there are hard core coders and engineers, I am not. I am more simply a maker and fabricator with a bit of coding knowledge. Overall really poor experience - I have a grands worth of printer sat unable to print for because fault finding and upgrading is a pain. Go get a prusa, we have one at work, it's not only better supported, quieter running, larger print area it also prints much better quality!
      Seriously would not go near this - after purchase you will be dropped quicker than you can say "where did my money go"