Readybox is outfitted with a Smoothieboard, which uses a 32-bit Cortex-M3 Microcontroller running at 96 to 120Mhz.
In the video, the printer is using an Azteeg X5 board. We've upgraded to the Smoothieboard in the time since the video was filmed.
Readybox's extruder exerts a great deal of force on the filament, which adds a significant amount of pressure to the entire extrusion system. This pressure is transferred to the nozzle where it allows the filament to be extruded at a very high speed.
The build plate is a heated PEI sheet. It requires no gluing or taping yet the print will stick securely enough to avoid warping! Once the print finishes and the bed cools down, the print pops right off!
We doubt it. The estimated dates are worst case scenario. We'll begin production as soon as parts arrive in November and ship printers as soon as they complete our testing procedures. We hope to have the first printers delivered before Christmas!
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