Tinkerine is launching their new printer, the DittoPro, at a launch party in Vancouver tonight. Intended as a prosumer entry, it is a step above earlier Tinkerine machines.
Tinkerine’s previous two models, the Ditto Plus and the Litto, were aimed at the DIY market. The Ditto Plus (build area: 8.3″ x 7.3″ x 9″) is a higher quality version of the company’s first ever unit, the Ditto, and it’s priced at $1,249. The smaller Litto (build area: 5.3″ x 4.7″ x 6.9″) is essentially a more compact version of the Ditto, and it’s priced at $999. Both printers use 1.75 mm PLA filament and print at a maximum resolution of 100 microns. They are available as kits with DIY manuals, but can also be shipped fully assembled for an extra $300.
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