Prusa XL: The Next Generation of Large-Scale 3D Printing
Prusa Research Announces Public Beta Testing for their Newest Model, the Prusa XL, with Production Units Scheduled to Begin Shipping in Mid 2023
Hey there 3D printing fans!
I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. I have some great news to share with you today. Prusa Research, the company behind some of the most popular 3D printers, has announced that they're starting public beta testing for their latest model, the Prusa XL.
This printer is a game changer in the world of 3D printing. It is one of the largest consumer-grade 3D printers on the market, with a build volume of 36x36x36cm. Prusa Research is releasing early units to a limited set of beta testers from across the world, who will be testing the printer's capabilities, ease of use, and reliability, as well as providing vital feedback to the Prusa Research team to help enhance the final product.
The Prusa XL is built on the company's proven technology, which has been developed and refined over the years through their other 3D printer models. It features a robust and precise design, with a sturdy aluminum frame and a large build volume. It also includes a number of new features, such as Automatic First Layer Calibration, 32bit electronics and smart features or Nextruder.
The public beta testing phase is projected to last several months, with manufacturing versions of the Prusa XL shipping in mid-2023. The Prusa XL is avaiable on pre-order through Prusa Research website.
The Prusa XL is a huge milestone for Prusa Research, and it has the potential to transform the world of large-scale consumer 3D printing. With its advanced features and capabilities, the Prusa XL is sure to be a hit among hobbyists, designers, and professionals alike.
If you want to stay updated on the progress of the Prusa XL and other 3D printing news, make sure to follow this newsletter and visit Prusa Research website.
That's all for now, but I'll be back soon with more 3D printing news and updates.
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