Justin Toland contributing editor at the well-known Spar Point Group travelled to “the charming city” of Aveiro to interview the creators of R2C2.
We talked about the importance of a fast, 32-bit, high-quality motion controller developed specifically for 3D printing and highlighted our commitment to open source so people are able to adapt the controller’s firmware to their own products.
We gave special emphasis to the expansion board that is used for upgrading modules, for communications, wireless and others. “The new users [of 3D printers] will need to interact with our technology via the web and smartphones."
The value of the community and the future of the 3D data capture was also discussed. Whether this meant using smartphones for capturing directly the data or go to the web, select some parts designed by someone on Thingiverse and click and print it"
You may read the full article here: Part 1, Part 2