One of the main reasons for me to buy a Thing-O-Matic even thou I already have a RepMan capable of printing much larger objects was,
to have a more portable printer that I could take with me.
Now an important test has been mastered.
YES, it does fit into a bag. Easily even.
Using onle 1/3 of the bag I'm thinking of getting a smaller bag
and to then modify it with foam-cutouts for the printer, Dremel stylus, ABS-spool and some minor tools.
Maybe even cutouts for the most essential camera+sound equipment.
* photo album
* Project Page