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    Check this out, the largest 3d printer on the planet just printed a 5,000 pound - 25 foot long boat, this is largest object to have ever been 3d printed so far!

    The printer itself has axis lengths that allow it to print in an area 100 x 22 x 10 feet...

    Time lapse:

    More in-depth look at both:

    So, 10ft z axis anyone lol

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    No doubt the lack of sideways forces from cutting operations makes it easier to arrange a large Z axis.Long ago,when Motionmaster were in business they offered a 5 axis router of pretty much that size.

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