We express our thanks to the 3D printing community. We have learned a lot about 3D printing from YouTube channels, Reddit discussions, and open source projects. We would like to thank Teaching Tech; his calibration page inspired us to implement the Lidar to do the all important calibrations automatically. We would also like to thank MirageC. If it had not been for his HevORT's stunning performance, we would not have set our target acceleration to 20 m/s^2 two years ago. Finally, we would like to thank the Voron team. We have done many feasibility analyses and evaluation experiments on a Voron 1.8 during the early days of this project.
Creative Commons licensed models are the cornerstones of desktop 3D printing. Countless times, we used these models to test our prototypes, to benchmark their performance, and now to promote features. We list all the attributions of all the models used in this web page below: