3D files to build your own Dagoma 3D printer
When you want to buy a 3D printer, there are two solutions today. Either buy it already assembled, or build it yourself using a manufacturing kit. For the Discovery200the start-up Dagoma, based in the North of France, offers both options. But it is especially interesting to see that some elements of the printer can be directly printed in 3D. Indeed, the company has shared 3D models of several spare parts of the machine which allows customers to replace a part if it is broken, to customize its 3D printer with its own colors or even to print a second printer! All you have to do is download the 3D files free of charge hereand then heat the extruder! Dagoma has 3D design skills as they have also shared very practical models of Ikea table legs and supports for MacBook Pro. Founders Dagoma, Gauthier and Matthieu, developed a printer that is simple to use, can be modified as desired and can be sold at a reasonable price of 299 euros per unit. The printer is intended to be open source, to democratize and make 3D printing accessible to as many people as possible - made in France, all Dagoma printers come out of French micro-plants - and scalable, with the desire to always adapt to the market, and to meet the future needs of customers/users. So it would be wrong to deprive ourselves of it!
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