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New York City, New York – (StockNewsDesk) – 01/23/2015 — The Thingystock is a heavy tech, open Delta 3D printer. It is all set to create a huge buzz in the tech market. It is a fully printable open source delta style printer. It comes with an expandable build volume capacity. The Thingystock was designed as a personal printer first and can be expanded into a 3D printer with as many 3D printing parts. Once it has performed perfectly, it has been developed as a full-fledged 3D printing device. The Kickstarter has helped support the small launch to raise the funding goal.

The best part about Thingystock is the ability to upgrade it. You do not need a professional to upgrade the device. You can do it easily on your own. The classic design gives that power to you. The basic frame is made of three parts. You can simply add additional pieces to expand the support for larger bed sizes. You can simply replace the central rod with a taller one while the arms can be replaced as well with a longer one. Hence, this is your biggest opportunity to grab endless possibilities. The basic circular build volume is nearly perfect for any user with any need.

The Thingystock comes with a 150 mm X 150 mm X 200mm circular build volume and E3D V6 hot end. The inclusion of E3D V6 serves as a great perspective for effective performance as it is the best performing hot end ever. This device is composed of a RAMPS 1.4 system for the electronic compositions. Controlling of the device is great as it is supported by a LCD screen. Initially, it will come with no heated bed but you can add one later if you feel it is needed. The Thingystock can print at 150 microns. You can change the pace as well on your requirement of resolution.

The Thingystock: Expandable 3D printer

There will be three printer perks available. The very first perk will be a hardware only kit. The second perk is a full-fledged kit. This kit will take only 30 minutes maximum to be assembled. All you need is a screwdriver and few clips. The third perk is a starter kit. It comes with everything available in the regular kit along with a 1KG sample which is extra. It might help you to understand the operational criteria. As 3D printing has gained in popularity recently, you can try this out as well. You can grab any of those perks to get started.

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