LulzBot launches its latest desktop FDM 3D printer, maintains open source ethic

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The Taz 6 is set to continue LulzBot’s standing as one of the leading open source desktop 3D printers on the market when it launches on 17 May.

New and improved features for the $2,500 3D printer include self-leveling, self-cleaning, and a wider range of supported materials, with the open source hardware all reportedly made in Colorado, USA.

With a 280 x 280 x 250mm build area and heated glass build platform, and what looks to be a more solid construction, the printer should take the battle for desktop FDM 3D printing to the likes of Ultimaker and Makerbot.