A Multipurpose, Open Source, And Very Affordable Fabricator
You Possibly Won’t Ever Need More!
We are very impressed by this Start-Up. It instantly placed ideas in our heads as to what we would like to use it for. FabTotum is an all-in-one Fabricator that 3D Prints, 3D Scans, and CNC Mills, all for the average price of a high Print Volume 3D Printer! The FabTotum team promises fast and smooth Printing with their device. This innovative Fabricator comes standard with the ability to use both PLA and ABS Filaments, giving you more options for your Prints; you can also engrave wood, aluminum, brass, and more! The Totum boasts a large build/Print Volume of 210x240x240mm and incorporates automatic leveling to ensure your Prints are even as well as a removable Printing Plane/Print Bed which makes it easy to lift your Prints off of the Totum. The FabTotum also allows you to 3D Print and CNC Mill/Cut back and forth without having to move your object! Not only
would yo be able to cut with your Totum but you can also make your own circuit boards as the Totum can PCB mill as well! FabTotum will also work well for small business since it is able to 3D Scan you can replicate objects for you customers; your Totum allows you the option for a quick scan for the customers in a rush, medium quality for those who have some time on their hands, and a high resolution scan for those who won’t mind the wait in order to get the best quality reproduction of their object. The Totum also houses your Filament within itself to keep your operation neat and organized. Your Totum is designed to be easily upgradeable and is very likely to be compatible with Open Source parts from other sources as well. If you
are taking all of these features into account like we are, we thought the Totum would easily cost anywhere between $2000USD and $3000USD, or even more. We believe the Totum is a gift to the personal 3D Printing world as once fully released for purchase a Totum, which comes already assembled, would only cost $1099. Even better, during Fabtotum’s IndieGoGo campaign you are able to get yours for just $849USD instead! Even though the Totum is still in the development stage you can see the prototype in action and meet the developers in the video below.