The Zurich Opera House uses German RepRap 3D printers for props and mold making
Mr. Gatzka reports: "I've been googling for a 3D printer that has a print room that roughly allows the printing of a human head with both shoulders. So I read about the x400 of German RepRap. During the tour of the x400 at the booth of KVT-Fastening, at the AM Expo in Lucerne, the machine made a very good impression on me, which was confirmed by internet research (reviews) and a visit to the reseller, the KVT-Fastening. Other criteria were two printheads, which allows printing with separate support material and generally a wide variety of materials."With the German RepRap customers benefit from an open material platform, which means that already tested materials have been approved and other materials can also be tested.