Bear Print is a 3D printed house built by Bear Print on an epson sub-limation printing platform.
It is a 2.3D printable design that uses epson to print the internal structure of a bear, and then extrudes that structure into a 3d printed interior, which is then placed inside the house.
Bear Print has been used by Bearprint and other printers in the past, including its own 3D printer, the epson Sub-Lift, and the epso X3 printer.
BearPrint uses epso sublimators to print complex structures like a house or a motorcycle frame.
Bear prints can be used to create many different shapes, but bear prints are also popular for printing houses, houses with custom designed interior structures, and houses that have no interior structure at all.
Bear print can be printed with either ABS or PLA and has a maximum print volume of 20x20x20cm (8x8x7in).
Bear Print’s 3D printing capabilities are impressive.
The print volume is not quite as big as a 3ds Max build, but it is definitely huge.
Bear is currently only available in PLA and ABS and it is limited to 3m² (1ft x 1ft x 0.7in) which is a huge amount of space.
Bear printing can also be printed on wood, but this is not available in BearPrint’s 3d printable options.
Bear printed houses are available in various shapes, and they come in three colors: white, black, and gray.
Bear has also released 3D printables for various objects.
For example, it has printed a house, a bicycle frame, a wall, a desk, and even a coffee table.
Bear’s epson printables are printed on epso, which allows them to print in different densities and build different shapes.
Epson is also a very efficient material for 3D printers, but epson prints require very precise machining.
Bear printers can be purchased for around $3,000 (approximately £2,500).
BearPrints 3D Printable: Bear Print 3D Printing House