|Printrbot Jr||Printrbot LC||Printrbot Plus||Printrbot GO|
|Build Area||4.5" x 5.5" x 4"||6" x 6" x 6"||8" x 8" x 8"||7.9" x 7.3" x 5.9"|
|Filament||1.75mm PLA||3mm PLA and ABS||3mm PLA and ABS||3mm PLA (and ABS with optional heated bed)|
|Drive Train X/Y Axis||?||?||8mm smooth rods, linear bearings, 1x NEMA 17 stepper motors||8mm smooth rods, linear bearings, Wantai stepper motors|
|Drive Train Z Axis||1x NEMA ?? stepper motor||2x NEMA stepper motor||12mm smooth rods and linear bearings, 2 x NEMA 17 stepper motors||2 x Wantai stepper motors|
|Structural||laser cut birch||laser cut birch||laser cut birch||laser cut birch|
The version orginally offered for the Kickstarter project. Pure reprap.
Laser cut, and with a slightly larger build area. The plus was added to the Kickstarter project as an option for those who wanted a slightly larger build area.
The same dimensions as the the original Kickstarter model, but with laser-cut parts instead of printed parts. Less expandable, but slightly sturdier and easier to produce. This smaller, laser-cut option was added to the Kickstarter project for those who wanted sturdiness, style, or a chance to help reduce print times for the bot farm.
Absolute minimalism. Smaller build area (10cm^3), less motors (single Z), minimal price ($400). The jr has been worked on as a break in regular Printrbot development.
Printrbot in a suitcase. Designed in collaboration with Ben Heck.
Proposed / experimental versions
Double wide laser-cut version.
Printrbot Sr (GADA ed)
Larger, and built to satisfy the requirements of the 2012 GADA prize.
a Print area of 300 x 300 x 100mm The ability to print in 3 materials, including a conductor Cost under $200 Be 90% printed parts