Welcome to the GA3D Project !

The GA3D  Project  is a β€œSide-project” done for the passion around the theme of reprap 3Dprinter, with an attempt to extend the reprap / DIY (Do it Yourself) spirit to other processes and fields.

I'm delighted to present the SAK-Bot Project as my official long-term solution, superseding the M2 edition. Although we will no longer provide updates for M2, it continues to be available here GA3D - M2 .

The GA3D SAK-bot Project: Unleashing the Power of Modular, Multi-Process Manufacturing
In the ever-evolving world of digital fabrication, versatility and adaptability are key. The GA3D Project aims to revolutionize the way we approach manufacturing by offering an open-source, modular platform that transcends the boundaries of traditional 3D printing.
At its core, the GA3D Project is a robust, Cartesian robotic arm equipped with a unique tool-changing system, allowing you to transform this single machine into a multitude of powerful manufacturing tools. From 3D printing and laser cutting to wire sawing and even culinary extrusion, the possibilities are virtually limitless.
Rooted in the spirit of the RepRap movement and the ethos of DIY (Do It Yourself), this project empowers makers, hobbyists, and innovators alike to explore, experiment, and push the boundaries of what's possible. By leveraging widely available components, such as Nema 17 motors, linear rails, and V-slot aluminum profiles, the GA3D Project ensures accessibility and affordability for a diverse community of users.
But what truly sets this project apart is its commitment to open-source principles. Every aspect of the GA3D Project, from its hardware designs to its software tools, is openly shared and continuously improved upon by a passionate global community. This collaborative approach fosters innovation, knowledge-sharing, and the rapid advancement of digital fabrication technologies.
Whether you're a seasoned maker seeking a versatile platform for your next groundbreaking project or a curious newcomer eager to explore the frontiers of digital manufacturing, the GA3D Project offers a unique opportunity to join a vibrant, forward-thinking community dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what's possible.
Embrace the power of modularity, harness the potential of multi-process manufacturing, and become part of a movement that's shaping the future of digital fabrication. Join the GA3D Project today and unlock a world of creativity, innovation, and boundless possibilities.

So in summary, I try to make a kind of Swiss Army Knife 3Dprinter for your needs in maker’s activities and in the circular economy [🌟⚑πŸ”₯πŸ›ΈπŸ› πŸŒ]++.

The project is mostly Opensource (under OHL-w license). This allow you to combine the machine with any  tools/extension (whatever the licences or copyright), all modifications improvements, evolutions, extensions, mutations of the main machine,  have to be notified to and must cite the original creator ("Alain David Geiser from πŸ‡¨πŸ‡­, a.k.a  GA3D").