Setting up the UP! 3D printer

Another look at this pre-assembled home printer.

The user review we posted of the UP! 3D printer awhile back met a lot of interest from you, our reading audience, so I thought you might want to see this video of setting up the printer.

For those who don’t remember, the UP! is a (relatively) low cost 3D printer that comes pre-assembled, in contrast to its more DIY brethren. The video is also a pretty good introduction to home 3D printing in general.

Via Fabbaloo

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3 Responses to “Setting up the UP! 3D printer”

  1. Big DIY: The Year the Maker Movement Broke - Tech News Says:

    [...] got some more competition in the field of inexpensive, easy-to-build-and-use home 3D printers: Ponoko featured the UP! printer on their blog (which comes helpfully pre-assembled), while MAKE featured Ultimaker, which touts its [...]

  2. Big DIY: The Year the Maker Movement Broke « Apple Hot News Says:

    [...] got some more competition in the field of inexpensive, easy-to-build-and-use home 3D printers: Ponoko featured the UP! printer on their blog (which comes helpfully pre-assembled), while MAKE featured Ultimaker, which touts its [...]

  3. Dan Says:

    This is cool and I want one, but I have to say that it would be easier and less expensive to simply buy another toy when the foot breaks. The over-the-top inspirational music is a little much for such a pedestrian project.