3d printers listed here are based on the reprap open source project. Prusa 3d printers are highly recommended for students and beginners who wants to start journey in 3d printing technology. Assembling a 3d printer is fun and great learning experience. Since it is open source technology, plenty of supports available online. Our price starts from only $199 USD.
The RepRap project starter in 2005 at England as a project at the University of Bath under the skilful guidance of Dr Adrian Bowyer. The project has since got millions of followers online and is simply one of the biggest open source project initiatives ever conducted.
RepRap literally means a Printer capable of replicating itself. The idea behind them is to make 3D printing accessible to all by making low-cost open source 3D printer’s which can reproduce more of its kind and spreading the reach of them to all.
Reprap printers are capable of printing parts using ABS and PLA plastics which are shown to be equivalent to the tensile strengths of proprietary printers. Most commonly available RepRap 3D Printers of them all are the Prusa i3 and are available with design files to re produce more of their kind.
The assembly of these printers are pretty strait forward and things get lot easier if you have millions of supporters online always available for help. These Prusa i3 Kits are great learning tools for Educational institutes, Students, Engineers, Architects, Makers and general people.