The Trint 3D Printer – Built from plywood by Kalle Lüütsepp

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This is a 3D printer that was constructed mostly of plywood by an Estonian man named Kalle Lüütsepp. Read and see more on this printer at: http://3dprint.com/76912/plywood-3d-printer-trint

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