FABtotum, more than a 3D printer!
We are really happy to be able to write an article about a very interesting all-Italian project that is now on indiegogo and that really comes to strength within the world of 3D printing and more. FABtotum was founded with the goal of becoming a full-fledged factory staff.
Call it a 3D printer is in fact an understatement. In addition to stamapare with the technique of filament fusion of PLA / ABS, FABtotum also functions as a classic lathe or bench drill that manipulates objects with tencnica carving. And if all this is not enough FABtotus also incorporates a laser to scan 3D objects which can capture and replicate it!
FABtotum was developed by Mark Rizzuto and John Grieco, two young men who make up this startup POLIHUB grown in the incubator of the Politecnico di Milano. Their factory from home is an opensource project or the complete documentation, drawings and playing FABtotum is allowed and encouraged under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike.