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BigRep ONE

BigRep One is a tool designed for professionals and creators who are seeking cost effective and high performance 3D printing systems that produce full-scale build-volume objects.

A reliable and sturdy machine

BigRep One features a no compromise full aluminum frame design and professional CNC components to provide the strength and robustness for thousands of successful printing hours.

Big Ideas. Big Prints.

Founded in 2014, BigRep set sail to transform the 3D printing and manufacturing business. With its 1m³ volume, the BigRep ONE opens the gateway to a new dimension of 3D printing and 3D manufacturing.

From the Blog

1 Feb 2016

Former MakerBot Head of Software Far McKon Joins Berlin-based 3D Printing Pioneer BigRep As New Head of Software

Former MakerBot Head of Software Far McKon Joins Berlin-based 3D Printing Pioneer BigRep As New Head of Software

Berlin, January 28, 2016. Renowned American software developer Far McKon is joining Berlin-based tech start-up BigRep, manufacturer and developer of the world’s largest serially available 3D printer. The 38-year old American will join BigRep as new Head of Software effective immediately and will chiefly oversee the future development of the software as well as control […]

18 Jan 2016

Seven Questions With BigRep CEO René Gurka

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Seven Questions With BigRep CEO René Gurka

Source: Fabbaloo We spoke with BigRep CEO René Gurka, whose company produces the gigantic BigRep ONE 3D printer, to find out how the company has changed and where it’s headed. Fabbaloo: BigRep was just a small startup only a few years ago. Now things are a bit different. What happened? René Gurka: We definitely started […]

14 Dec 2015

A Visit to The Lab Where Autodesk Looks for the Spark to Jumpstart 3D Printing

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A Visit to The Lab Where Autodesk Looks for the Spark to Jumpstart 3D Printing

Ever since it was established, Autodesk Spark sparked questions on what its actual goals and practical objectives were. While in Israel I figured I would take a look for myself at the Autodesk Israel 16th floor office, where most of Spark development is carried out. I met with Eitan Tsarfati, whom I had already the opportunity to […]