Recently we’ve seen an increase in the number of “delta” 3D printers being produced. “Delta” refers to the rather unique extruder mechanical movement: arms attached to three towers intelligently coordinate “tipping motions” to smoothly move a level extruder platform through the build volume.
These machines are easy to recognize: three tall posts with an armature suspended between them. They’re often 3D printing fantastically tall objects, far larger than can be done in conventional “XYZ Cartesian” 3D printers.
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