Check this thing out from Reddit. Its an Ender 3 that’s been modified with a linear servo actuator to push prints off the bed when the print finishes!
This thing would be a wild edition to any print farm and make owning a slow-print-speed belt-style 3d printer redundant.
Let me know your thoughts!
Interesting - I’d like to see more about the “ejection mechanism” as the video shows the print getting tilted up which I guess is breaking the seal from the print surface (I thought the print surface was held down magnetically) before I can really comment.
Being able to repeatedly 3D print without requiring human intervention is definitely a need (which I’ve had) but I suspect that this approach is very model specific (ie big base, no small pieces that can get damaged).