LulzBot TAZ 4 3D Printer

The latest evolution of LulzBot’s TAZ desktop 3D printer has arrived! Building off of past positive TAZ reviews in MAKE Magazine, Gizmag, Tom’s Guide, and elsewhere, the latest version of TAZ includes new features that make the printer more robust and capable than ever before, specifically designed to improve print quality and consistency. The printer’s modular carriage design allows you to plug-and-play a wide range of 3D print heads for traditional filaments including PLA, ABS, and HIPS, as well as exotic filaments like nylon, wood-, stone-, and rubber-like filaments such as NinjaFlex, to name a few. LulzBot Libre/Open Source 3D printers are manufactured in Loveland, Colorado, USA by Aleph Objects, Inc. and are a part of the global community of RepRap 3D printer manufacturers.

Product Features

  • Libre/Open Source Hardware gives you total freedom to learn from and modify the machine
  • Large heated glass bed allows for big prints with a wide range of 3D printer filament materials
  • Modular carriage design allows plug-and-play with different print heads for growing selection of 3D printing filament materials
  • Equipped for forthcoming dual extruder print head add-on (sold separately) for multi-material 3D prints
  • Comes with customer support, warranty, and active user forum community

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2 thoughts on “LulzBot TAZ 4 3D Printer”

  1. Pure Awesomeness I’ll be comparing this to an Airwolf XL which is the only other printer I’ve worked with. Make sure you do your research if you’ve never worked with a 3D printer before so you know what to expect (things that can go wrong, setup, etc)SETUP:The printer comes mostly assembled, just requires some plug n’ play. The most time consuming part of the setup is leveling the bed. Definitely take your time doing this and keep the Z-axis pin stop very high at first. Sparkfun has a nice…

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