THE 100 - The fastest 3D Printer

based on a printed frame.

The design is free, the parts needed are affordable and its easy to build

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This is THE 100, the fastest 3D Printer based on a printed frame.

  • It does Speedboats in less than 6 minutes and is capable of doing high quality prints in 1/10th of the time a Ender 3 would need.
  • By the time releasing, The 100 is at the 26th rank of the leaderboard of the fastest printers in the world and it's the fastest one that uses a 3d printed frame.
  • And the best thing, this printer 100% open source. Which means if you like this printer and you like to build one by own, you find all resources needed in this model.



  • Printing Technology: FDM
  • Build Volume: 165x165x150mm
  • Maximum Printing Speed: 400mm/s
  • Maximum Acceleration: 100.000mm/s²
  • Layer Height: 0.1-0.35mm
  • Extruder: BMG Bowden Extruder
  • Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
  • Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 (swappable)
  • Maximum Nozzle Temperature: 300°C
  • Maximum Heatbed Temperature: 110°C
  • Leveling Mode: manual
  • File Transfer: USB Drive, WIFI
  • Rated Power: 350W
  • Supported Filaments: PLA, PETG

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    Assembly of the Toolhead
  • 2
    Assembly of the Top Frame
  • 3
    Assembly of the Bottom Frame

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Tom Nardi wrote 07/04/2023 at 08:59 point

Some extremely impressive work here. Thought I was past the point where I'd still want to build another 3D printer, but this is very tempting...

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