This idea came to fruition a few months back when SGD was contracted for a job to print required parts for a customer. The project called ‘Hypercube Evolution’ was originally designed by an Australian engineer and caught our eye at SGD.

Utilising off the shelf 3030 Aluminium extrusion, it’s a simple but effective design.

Throughout this blog we’ll be updating the build as we go through, explaining any challenges we encounter. At the time of writing this first post, we’ve already constructed our black anodized frame, which was relatively straightforward and only required a few minor adjustments to square it all off.

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Hypercube Evolution – Black Aluminium Frame

Next is onto 3D printing all the parts!

If you’re interested in building your own 3D printer and are looking to have parts manufactured then click here

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2 Comments

Adriane Dally · February 28, 2019 at 1:16 am

Thank you for your blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Will read on…

Kristian Pardun · March 1, 2019 at 1:24 am

Say, you got a nice blog post.Thanks Again.

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