Forget about conventional filament-fed 3D printer. If you are a DIYer, a prototyper and/or a maker, you are going to need more than just a slow printing 3D printer. You will need a complete solution like the Rubanmaster 3-in-1 Laser Engraver, Cutter and Laser SLA 3D Printer.

Rubanmaster Laser 3-in-1 SLA 3D Printer

With the Rubanmaster Laser 3-in-1 SLA 3D Printer you can quickly transformer a laser 3D printer into a laser engraver or cutter simply by flipping the 6 kilograms (13.2 lbs) printer over. Not going to lie. I thought I read it wrongly until I saw the video.

So yeah, all it takes is a flip of the device. No switching of tool head or whatsoever. But make sure you remove any leftover resin before you do the flip. I cannot imagine the mess if you didn’t.

Rubanmaster Laser 3-in-1 SLA 3D Printer

As far as 3D printing goes, Rubanmaster supports up to 120 x 120 x 120 mm (4.72 x 4.72 x 4.72 inches) print area and claims to be 3 times faster than a typical SLA printer with 600 mm/s laser speed and 0.005 mm precision XYZ movement.

Thanks to the 2.5 W laser and 0.005 mm precision, it can laser cut and engrave on a wide range of materials including paper, wood, leather, fabric, cardboard, non-transparent acrylic, and more.

The Rubanmaster is easy to use too. Armed with a 3.5-inch screen and a custom 3-in-1 software baked into it, it offers real-time calibration and simple operation via< a simple smart UI.

Rubanmaster Laser 3-in-1 SLA 3D Printer

Finally, Rubanmaster features a fully enclosed work area, ensure and it is outfitted with an exhaust fan to remove ultra-fine particles and unpleasant fumes. The printer supports files sent over WiFi as well as files loaded on a USB flash drive, and prints using 405 nm photosensitive resin or third party resin.

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If you are sold by idea, you may want to consider pre-ordering it by making a pledge for a unit on Kickstarter. Super Early Bird, which is limited to 25 units, will be able to secure a unit for US$349 or more. There’s a teeny weeny catch here, though. The printer won’t be shipped until May 2021.

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Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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